DetailsTraditional English-type aroma hop. Selected in 1861 by Richard Fuggle. Known as Styrian Golding in Slovenia and UK Fuggle in England.
Development: A chance seedling.
Aroma: Mild, woody and fruity
Alpha Acids: 4.0 — 5.5%
Beta Acids: 1.5 — 2.0%
Co-Humulone: 25— 32% of alpha acids
Total Oil: 0.7—1.2 mls/100g
Substitutions: UK Fuggle, Willamette, Styrian Golding
Typical Beer Styles: Any English-style beer, US Ale, Lambic
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Alpha Acid (Average %) 4.0 — 5.5% Type Pellet Typical Usage Aroma Co-Humulone (%) 25— 32% of alpha acids Total Oil (ml/100g hops) 0.7—1.2 mls/100g Substitutions UK Fuggle, Willamette, Styrian Golding
4.9 / 5.022 ReviewsGood for use as aroma hopsI've used these in some stouts and an ESB have have been extremely happy with the outcome every time.January 9, 2013Great for ESB'sWe've used these for the last 2 ESB batches that I've done. I've used similar products from the UK and have not been able to discern a difference between the two. I'm very happy with the product and will continue to use in the future.January 9, 2013Great tasting hopI used these fuggle hops in an IPA that I recently brewed and was very pleased with the results. I used the fuggle hops during the boil and added cascade hops during the 2nd fermentation as a dry hop. The fuggle hops didn't have as strong of an aroma (the cascade hops took over that honor), but the beer had a very pleasant woody/toned down citrus flavor on the back end while still having that delicious hop flavor that all IPA fans love. Definitely recommend these hops to people who want to branch away from the common citrus hops.January 9, 2013Good hopsNice earthy flavor and aroma. Can hardly tell the difference between US and British hops.February 11, 2013Good in an Irish redIt has a nice woody aroma. I added after I turned the heat off, and let them sit in the hot wort for 20 minutes. Plenty of aroma.February 25, 2013Add some earthiness to your beerThis hops makes a great addition to many different styles of beer. I like using it to give a nice earthy taste, and help balance hops like cascade, and centennial hops.March 18, 2013nice aroma addedThe hops were great in aroma addition to the beer. the flavor additive was slighgt and that was the hope. I have found the pellets easy to work with with desired results. This hop should be considered with new recipe creation.April 4, 2013Good for dry hoppingFuggles have good aroma and taste, they are mild and floral. I use them when I brew pale ales or English ales. They are similar in a way to Willamette hops.April 6, 2013Good smellIve only used this as a finishing hop and it works well every time.April 19, 2013Good ole' Fuggles.Of Fuggles, Fuggles, Fuggles, it feels like every time I look into English Ales fuggles, always comes up. And for good reason. It is an English hops that to me does well in pretty much every type of english beer out there. I've used it in English IPA, English Browns, even stouts with great results. This hops is probably best for aroma but I have bittered with it and had great results. _x000D_May 22, 2013
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