DetailsExcellent variety with balanced bittering properties and a good aroma profile. Released as a public variety in 2000 by Dr. Stephen Kenny of Washington State University. Chosen for its low co-humulone and good yield potential.
Development: Offspring of Elsasser.
Usage: Dual purpose
Aroma: Pleasant hop
Alpha Acids: average ~5.63%
Beta Acids: average ~7.6%
Co-Humulone: 11 — 13% of alpha acids
Total Oil: 0.7—1.6 mls/100g
Substitutions: Fuggle, Styrian Golding, Willamette
Typical Beer Styles: Pale Ale, ESB, English-style Pale Ale, Porter, Stout
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Alpha Acid (Average %) average ~5.63% Type Pellet Typical Usage Multi Purpose Co-Humulone (%) 11 — 13% of alpha acids Total Oil (ml/100g hops) 0.7—1.6 mls/100g Substitutions Fuggle, Styrian Golding, Willamette
5.0 / 5.04 Reviewsnice aromaJust threw these in the other day. Had a nice floral aroma. Paired it up with warrior hops for my glacier warrior IPA. I have high hopes after the smell of these.December 1, 2012Mulit use HopThis is a mulit use hops released in 2000. It is a bred from 9 different hop varieties. Elasser, Brewer's Gold, Northern Brewer, Bullion Hops, Early Green, German Aroma Hops, East Kent Golding, Bavarian, 1/128 Unknown. Give this hops a try. Great for English and American Style Ales._x000D_March 27, 2013Nice citrus/fruit flavor with woodsy/earthy notesThis is an interesting hop. It is composed of about nine different hop varieties so as you can imagine, it has an interesting flavor. I personally have not noticed any one characteristic that stands out over any other. Generally speaking though there is a nice citrus/fruit flavor with a slightly less woodsy/earthy notes to it.June 30, 2013Wonderful dual purpose hops.This is a good hops to have on hand because of how versatile it is. The Citrus/woodsy flavor really makes it a good candidate for your more citrus leaning American beers or your more earthy/woodsy British leaning beers. The hops doesn't have a very overpowering presence so it goes well in most beers.July 11, 2013
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