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 / 5.023 ReviewsQuality and performance of this product was excellent.November 19, 2018Purchased
10 months agoFuggle HopsA well balanced mild hop which I use in my stouts and wheatsMarch 17, 2016Great hops!I used these hops as flavor and aroma additions in my stout, and it turned out great. They definitely lend some earthy character to the beer, but I think it's good when you balance it out with the malt. Try this hop, you won't be disappointed!March 13, 2014taste good in an Irish red AleFuggles have an earthy aroma. I add them after the flame is off, at 180F and let them sit for half an hour. The taste and aroma are well suited for red ales.February 16, 2014FugglesThe Fuggles hop has good Aroma and adds nice bittering features to any English style beer. I recently used with an Irish Red Ale. Great results and I will buy again.January 26, 2014FugglesReally enjoy using the Fuggles hop in any English style beer. It has all the characteristics needed.: Aroma and Bitterness. I just recently used them in a Black IPA. Very good.January 26, 2014Fuggles are good for English alesGood price for these hops and they are good for the English ales I like to drink. _x000D_They have an earthy flavor thats different from American hops used in American IPAs. I can't tell any difference from the more expensive English grown hops.December 31, 2013Great characteristicsGreat in pretty much every beer I've brewed! Great as aroma hops as well.December 10, 2013Love it or hate itSome like Fuggles, some don't claiming it taste to earthy (i.e like dirt). Put me in the later camp, I'm not fond of them. I used them in an English IPA and wasn't fond of it.October 22, 2013I love beerI use a wide variety of hops and there are a few that I use on a regular basis. Fuggle is one of them. They have low alphas which are great for a nice balanced beer.September 12, 2013
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