Call Us 888-449-2739

Text Us 240-575-2848

US Columbus Pellet Hops

More Views

US Columbus Pellet Hops

SKU: 1506x

Columbus hops' popular oil profile, great for dry hopping, are an ideal addition to US IPA, US Pale Ale, Stout, Barley wine and Lager.
$2.29

* Required Fields

$2.29
Description

Details

Popular oil profile, great for dry hopping. Part of “CTZ” with Tomahawk® and Zeus.
Development: Bred and selected from Hopunion breeding.

Usage: Dual purpose
Aroma: Pungent
Alpha Acids: 14.0 — 16.0%
Beta Acids: 4.0 — 5.0%
Co-Humulone: 30 — 35% of alpha acids
Total Oil: 1.5 — 2.0 mls/100g
Substitutions: Chinook, Galena, Millennium and Nugget
Typical Beer Styles: US IPA, US Pale Ale, Stout, Barley Wine, Lager
Details & Instructions

Additional Information

Alpha Acid (Average %) 14.0 — 16.0%
Type Pellet
Typical Usage Multi Purpose
Co-Humulone (%) 30 — 35% of alpha acids
Total Oil (ml/100g hops) 1.5 — 2.0 mls/100g
Substitutions Chinook, Galena, Millennium and Nugget

Reviews
4.8 / 5.0
24 Reviews
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Star
21
2
0
1
0
Excellent hop for pale ales
I've won competitions dry-hopping with Columbus hops. They're very intesnse but tastey if not overused.
December 21, 2011
Great for a Double IPA
dry hopped and bittered with it. my double ipa smells awesome
October 7, 2012
Brown Ale
I used these as a flavor hop and dry-hop for an American brown ale. They gave it very distinct and "heavy" hop profile. I'm reworking the recipe, but Colombus hops are definitely going to stay.
October 24, 2012
Good in an IPA
I used it as a bittering hop, and also have dry hopped with it. Its got a citrusy aroma. Its powerful so use in moderation.
December 7, 2012
Excels as a late addition hop
A high alpha-acid hop, but I don't recommend it as a bittering hop as I find it can sometimes be strong or harsh. For a smooth bitterness, I'll start with my recipies with Horizon or Simcoe, both high AA and low columulone hops, then add Columbus hops for flavor, aroma and sometimes dry hopping. One of my favorites.
January 2, 2013
excels as a late addition hop
Although it has a high AA rating, I don't recommend it as a bittering hop as it can be strong or harsh. I've bittered recipies with Magnum, Nugget, and Warrior with good results. Lately have used Simcoe and Horizon, both low cohumulone hops, for bittering and added Columbus with 15, 10, 5, and 0 mins left in the boil for a smooth brew with a distinct flavor and arouma that doesn't get much better.
January 4, 2013
great all purpose hop
i think columbus gets a bad rap, i love them. i use them for bittering, flavor, aroma, and dry hopping. i have found that if i use the first wort hopping technique for bittering, it smooths them out significantly. i pay $2.50 an ounce at my local brew shop for these, so i appreciate the great price Midwest offers. I buy the 1/2 pound package, i use them alot
March 11, 2013
great citrus flavor
Great citrus flavor. A little goes a long way. It's good for both aroma & bittering. I use it in a american & belgian styles.
March 22, 2013
Also Known as CTZ
This hop has great earthy, citrusy, aroma, and flavor. It can also be called CTZ because Columbus and Tomahawk are the same strain, grown by different people, and Zeus is so close its hard to tell the difference. These hops work great as a starting point on Imperials, IPAs Pale Ales, Stouts.. Great Hops
March 28, 2013
Backbone hop
I consider this my backbone hop to set the foundation for my IPA's. Great bitterness, which gives way to a nice fruitiness or citrus nuance. I also like to incorporate some oak into mine and there is a hint of wood or earthiness which Columbus imparts. This is one variety I definitely agree changes or improves a brew with resting time.
March 31, 2013
Customer Q&A
Start typing your question and we'll check if it was already asked and answered. Learn More
No questions have been asked about this item. Be the first!

Please wait...

Your selected product has been added to your Cart.

Continue Shopping Go To Cart