DetailsA good high alpha variety with an acceptable kettle hop aroma. Predominant UK variety normally bred for bittering, but widely used for its high alpha content and aroma.
Development: Second generation selection from Northern Brewer and a male, English Golding seedling.
Aroma: Pleasant but intense English hop aroma
Alpha Acids: 8.0 — 13.0%
Beta Acids: 4.5 — 5.7%
Co-Humulone: 29 — 37% of alpha acids
Total Oil: 1.6 — 2.6 mls/100g
Substitutions: Fuggle, Willamette
Typical Beer Styles: All Ales and Lagers
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Alpha Acid (Average %) 8.0 — 13.0% Type Pellet Typical Usage Bittering Co-Humulone (%) 29 — 37% of alpha acids Total Oil (ml/100g hops) 1.6 — 2.6 mls/100g Substitutions Fuggle, Willamette
5.0 / 5.06 ReviewsESBGreat for British Pale Ale styles. I use it for ESBs as a bittering hop.March 25, 2016English Brown Ale suppliesIngredients arrived timely, we're fresh, and the end product is delicious!March 12, 2016Like Goldings but more bitterThey have a similar earth taste, but add more bittering._x000D_I use them in my English ales that are a little higher in alcohol, like 7%._x000D_April 1, 2014targetI like to use these in my English ales as bittering addition. Good clean flavor.January 13, 2014targetI use this as a bittering hop. It is very similar to Northern brewer. Not so good as aroma as it has a grassy/earthy flavor.December 15, 2013Classic Hops for English BitterThis hops is a cross between Northern Brewer, and Eastwell Golding. Released in 1992, this hop has nice clean bittering, and aroma, and is widely used in the UK.April 30, 2013
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