DetailsA world-renowned aroma hop with widespread usage in both ale and lager brewing. Known in Slovenia as the Savinja Golding, this variety is the descendant of English Fuggles.
Development: A traditional Slovenian hop variety belonging to the Fuggle ecotype.
Aroma: Delicate, slightly spicy
Alpha Acids: 3.0 — 6.3%
Beta Acids: 1.8 — 4.1%
Co-Humulone: 27 — 33% of alpha acids
Total Oil: 0.3 — 1.7 mls/100g
Substitutions: US Fuggle, UK Fuggle, Willamette, Styrian Bobek
Typical Beer Styles: English and Belgian-style Ales, Lagers, Pilsners
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Alpha Acid (Average %) 3.0 — 6.3% Type Pellet Typical Usage Aroma Co-Humulone (%) 27 — 33% of alpha acids Total Oil (ml/100g hops) 0.3 — 1.7 mls/100g Substitutions US Fuggle, UK Fuggle, Willamette, Styrian Bobek
5.0 / 5.08 ReviewsSmells niceThese hops adds an flowery and earthy tone that is not too strong. Good in German style lagersMarch 16, 2014Pleasing fragranceIt adds a nice fragrance that doesn't dominate, kind of woody like a forest. It works well in Belgian beers.February 22, 2014Aroma hopThese hops added a woody aroma , reminiscent of a forest. It works well in German lagers and the aroma seems to work well with Belgian yeast.January 23, 2014goldingI have used this in place of fuggle before. Golding isn't quite as earthy.January 10, 2014stryian goldingI like to use this in my Belgian recipes. I use for both flavor and aroma. Has a great finish and blends well with the Belgian yeasts.November 23, 2013great aroma hop!I've used these in a few of my Belgian style ales as well to dry hop some mead I made recently. Great aroma as soon as the hops hit the brew kettle! Used in place of Fuggles in a few of the beers I've brewed recently with great results!July 5, 2013Like this.To me, this is a great hops to use for aroma. It adds a nice earthy tone that is pronounced but not dominant. I find that it does well in wheat beers, Belgian and German beers. It adds a somewhat spicey with some flowerly flavors. All around a nice hops to have on hand.May 17, 2013
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