DetailsHigh alpha, very similar to Columbus and Nugget. Released by John I. Haas in 2000.
Development: Descendent of Nugget.
Aroma: Mild, herbal
Alpha Acids: 14.5 — 16.5%
Beta Acids: 4.3 — 5.3%
Co-Humulone: 28 — 32% of alpha acids
Total Oil: 1.8 — 2.2 mls/100g
Substitutions: Columbus, Nugget, Summit™
Typical Beer Styles: Ales, Stout, Barley Wine
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Alpha Acid (Average %) 14.5 — 16.5% Type Pellet Typical Usage Bittering Co-Humulone (%) 28 — 32% of alpha acids Total Oil (ml/100g hops) 1.8 — 2.2 mls/100g Substitutions Columbus, Nugget, Summit™
4.5 / 5.02 ReviewsNice, clean bittering hopThis has become my go-to hop for bittering purposes. I have used it in beers from IPA's to English Milds. Even in the mild, which had no late addition hops, just a bit of Millennium for a 60 minute boil, there was little hop character evident (maybe a little bit of pungency). Overall, a good, clean hop that's very economical for bittering purposes due to the very high (15.9% for my batch) AA content.March 23, 2013Good overall hop characterUsed this for bittering in a stout. Bit more citrus than I was expecting, but still pungent, with a mild earthy after tone. Overall I think most of that will be covered up by the high malt flavor, giving way to a smooth finish.February 19, 2013
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