US Saaz Pellet Hops

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US Saaz Pellet Hops

SKU HP66

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$2.79

Product Details

Use Saaz Pellet Hops in your home brewed pilsners, lagers, wheat beers and Belgian style ales.
Available in small quantities. High ambient temperatures can have an adverse effect on yields.
Development: US equivalent of the longstanding Czech variety.

Usage: Aroma
Aroma: Very mild, spicy and earthy
Alpha Acids: 3.0 — 4.5%
Beta Acids: 3.0 — 4.5%
Co-Humulone: 24 — 28% of alpha acids
Total Oil: 0.5 — 1.0 mls/100g
Substitutions: Czech Saaz, Polish Lublin, Sterling
Typical Beer Styles: Pilsner, Lager, Wheat, Belgian-style Ales

Additional Information

SKU HP66,HP66E
Hops Format Pellet Hops
Country of Origin USA

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
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Chris P.
Good Saaz Pellet Hops

Hops to make a good traditional style pils, lager or saison.

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Scott
Hops

Not used yet but they should be just fine.

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Todd S.

I used these in a Fat Tire clone recipe and it turned out great!

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Dan
Very good for less heavy beers

Nice flavor, and a good all around hop for lighter beers. Is it as good as the German Saaz? I'm not sure because I like my beers when I use either one._x000D_Maybe the German is a tiny bit better.

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Jon
Not as good as the German Saaz

I did a side by side experiment, splitting the wort into 2 kettles, one using US Saaz and one German._x000D_The German Saaz is better for lagers. The German Saaz has a better flavor, it was noticeable. So I wont try and save 50 cents an ounce, I'll pay the premium and get the German Saaz from now on.

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
100%
(7)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
C
Chris P.
Good Saaz Pellet Hops

Hops to make a good traditional style pils, lager or saison.

S
Scott
Hops

Not used yet but they should be just fine.

T
Todd S.

I used these in a Fat Tire clone recipe and it turned out great!

D
Dan
Very good for less heavy beers

Nice flavor, and a good all around hop for lighter beers. Is it as good as the German Saaz? I'm not sure because I like my beers when I use either one._x000D_Maybe the German is a tiny bit better.

J
Jon
Not as good as the German Saaz

I did a side by side experiment, splitting the wort into 2 kettles, one using US Saaz and one German._x000D_The German Saaz is better for lagers. The German Saaz has a better flavor, it was noticeable. So I wont try and save 50 cents an ounce, I'll pay the premium and get the German Saaz from now on.