US Perle Pellet Hops

  • US Perle Pellet Hops in a bowl

US Perle Pellet Hops

SKU HP79

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$2.49

Product Details

Often used as a dual purpose hop. Bred at the Hop Research Center in Hüll, Germany; maintains excellent storage stability.

Development: Bred from English Northern Brewer.



Usage: Aroma

Aroma: Slightly spicy with floral tones

Alpha Acids: 7.0 — 9.5%

Beta Acids: 4.0 — 5.0%

Co-Humulone: 27 — 32% of alpha acids

Total Oil: 0.7 — 0.9 mls/100g

Substitutions: German Perle, German & US Northern Brewer

Typical Beer Styles: Pale Ale, Porter, Stout, Lager, Weizen, Alt, Barley Wine, Kölsch

Additional Information

SKU HP79,HP79E
Hops Format Pellet Hops
Country of Origin USA

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
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Dave S.

US Perle Pellet Hops

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Jason
Stone IPA

I use this when making clones of the Stone IPA. I like the flavor and aroma and it works well with the other hops in the recipe.

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Chris
Nice aroma and flavor

It's good and hoppy, and a little fruity and spicy too. Goes well in German style Wheat beers. I think it's similar to Sterling hops, at least I use them interchangebaly if I'm short.

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SJ
Good for bittering

I did a First Wort Hopping with these in a Pale Ale I brewed. The bitterness was more intense but smoother. It also added a nice taste. I also tried dry hopping with them but didn't care for the result, so I'll stick to using them as bittering hops.

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Chris
Gotta love German Hops

This hops was original grown in Germany is is widely used in many of the commercial breweries their. It has a great spicy character and is great for brewing Pilsners, Lagers, Atls, Dunkles and whatever else your mind can create.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
100%
(6)
0%
(0)
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D
Dave S.

US Perle Pellet Hops

J
Jason
Stone IPA

I use this when making clones of the Stone IPA. I like the flavor and aroma and it works well with the other hops in the recipe.

C
Chris
Nice aroma and flavor

It's good and hoppy, and a little fruity and spicy too. Goes well in German style Wheat beers. I think it's similar to Sterling hops, at least I use them interchangebaly if I'm short.

S
SJ
Good for bittering

I did a First Wort Hopping with these in a Pale Ale I brewed. The bitterness was more intense but smoother. It also added a nice taste. I also tried dry hopping with them but didn't care for the result, so I'll stick to using them as bittering hops.

C
Chris
Gotta love German Hops

This hops was original grown in Germany is is widely used in many of the commercial breweries their. It has a great spicy character and is great for brewing Pilsners, Lagers, Atls, Dunkles and whatever else your mind can create.