DetailsAvailable in small quantities. High ambient temperatures can have an adverse effect on yields.
Development: US equivalent of the longstanding Czech variety.
Aroma: Very mild, spicy and earthy
Alpha Acids: 3.0 — 4.5%
Beta Acids: 3.0 — 4.5%
Co-Humulone: 24 — 28% of alpha acids
Total Oil: 0.5 — 1.0 mls/100g
Substitutions: Czech Saaz, Polish Lublin, Sterling
Typical Beer Styles: Pilsner, Lager, Wheat, Belgian-style Ales
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Alpha Acid (Average %) 3.0 — 4.5% Type Pellet Typical Usage Aroma Co-Humulone (%) 24 — 28% of alpha acids Total Oil (ml/100g hops) 0.5 — 1.0 mls/100g Substitutions Czech Saaz, Polish Lublin, Sterling
5.0 / 5.04 ReviewsGreat hops for making Light BeersI use Saaz in addition with Hallertauer to make a great Semi-Light Beer. Go Saaz!March 25, 2013Saaz the wonder of it allGreat hops for making a traditional light beer. This hops can help give that commercial light beer taste!June 12, 2013Not as good as the German SaazI did a side by side experiment, splitting the wort into 2 kettles, one using US Saaz and one German._x000D_The German Saaz is better for lagers. The German Saaz has a better flavor, it was noticeable. So I wont try and save 50 cents an ounce, I'll pay the premium and get the German Saaz from now on.July 8, 2013Very good for less heavy beersNice flavor, and a good all around hop for lighter beers. Is it as good as the German Saaz? I'm not sure because I like my beers when I use either one._x000D_Maybe the German is a tiny bit better.November 3, 2013
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