Very high total oil content of up to 5 ml per 100 g of hops. Note that hops are available to brewers in a variety of forms whole, plug, pellet. Primarily used for flavour and aroma, its profile is citrus with lifted lemon and lime followed by a background of tropical fruit. Hood, Vangaurd, Tradition Horizon Presents a nice, soft round bitterness for such a high-alpha hop. I guess specifically the Duchy of Styria. Post boil addition yields pine and fruit flavours.
Known in Slovenia as the Savinja Golding, this variety is the descendant of English Fuggles. The original German lager hop; named after or Holledau region in central. Hop Statistics : Alpha Acids: 1. Alpha Acid: 5-7% Usage: Flavor, Aroma, and Bittering. Intensely fruity flavour and aroma with a strong suggestion of passionfruit. It reminds me of the maple porter I brewed years ago. There is an early ripening and a late ripening Cluster cultivar.
Possible Substitutes: Brewers Gold, Columbus, Galena, Nugget, Northern Brewer Cluster This was the precursor to cascade hops, so very similar. The hop has a strong aroma, and an earthy-citrus flavor, for late boil additions. It seems to contribute to a smooth bitterness combined with a good aroma. It is derived from Hüll breeding lines, a Japanese breeding line, and the American Nugget hop variety, and was bred with the stated aim to increase alpha acid content. Possible Substitutes: Hallertau, Liberty, Fuggle Vangaurd Slightly flowery, mild in aroma. It is spicier than Hallertau , black , and. Mount Rainier has a complex parentage, including Hallertau, Galena, Fuggle and other hops, and exhibits some noble hop characteristics, but is higher in alpha acid.
Commercial examples include Sierra Nevada Torpedo, Pale Ale, and Badgers Snatch. Spicy cinnamon , resiny, and slightly sweet. Grassy like Hallertau, but easier to grow. Yes, I would like my email to be used to receive the hopslist newsletter. Hop Profile: East Kent Golding So far, our have gone the big and bold route.
Centennial is often referred to as a 'Super Cascade', since it has a strong citrus aroma. I remember doing research about the variety and found out that it was derived from Fuggles and not Goldings hops. When added late in the boil, it contributes spicy and earthy notes. Possible Substitutes: Magnum Liberty Very light aroma Alpha Acid: 3-6% Usage: Flavor and Aroma. Styrian Golding or Savinjski Golding as it is commonly known, goes by a multitude of sometimes confusing aliases.
The name Styrian Goldings covers what can actually be a few different varietals grown in Slovenia confusing for sure. Most commonly a bittering hop, but contributes grassy notes if used as a late addition. Possible Substitutes: Magnum, Chinook, Northern Brewer, Warrior, Millenium, Bullion Crystal Slightly spicy aroma Alpha Acid: 3-4. Developed as an Aroma variety by New Zealand's HortResearch Hop Breeding Programme. Ultra is the half-sister to Mount Hood, Liberty and Crystal. Alpha Acid: 11-14% Usage: Flavor, Aroma, and Bittering Possible Substitutes: Cluster, Galena, Brewers Gold, Warrior, Eroica, Target, Millenium Perle Almost minty smell to it.
Possible Substitutes: Sladek, Lublin, Sterling, Ultra, Vangaurd Simcoe: Has a passion fruit aroma to it. Usage: Aroma Aroma: Delicate, slightly spicy Alpha Acids: 3. The Styrian Wolf variety comes to us from the Slovenian Institute for Hop Research and Brewing in Zalec Slovenia. Hood Extremely close to Hallertau, but a bit spicier Alpha Acid: 4-7% Usage: Flavor and Aroma. Alpha acids 11 - 16%.
Its staying power has been attributed to its disease resistance, specifically, its resistance to mildew. A descendant of English Fuggles, it is often used in English brews as well as some Belgian ales. Alpha acids 7—10%, beta acids 4—7%, cohumulone 28—35%. Alpha Acid: 11-14% Usage: Flavor, Aroma, and Bittering. Columbus has a very high amount of total oils, and can impart a 'resiny' quality to a beer. Selected initially for alpha production Waimea is a granddaughter of Pacific Jade and commercialised on dual purpose capability.
It loves deep clay soil and requires a large planting distance. Styrian Golding is not actually part of the golding family, instead Styrian Golding is a relative of Fuggle Hops and carries much of its attributes. Typical total oils ml per 100g 2. Hood, Liberty, Hallertauer, Tettnanger, Strisselspalt East Kent Goldings Traditional English ale hop. Alpha Acid: 10-14% Usage: Bittering. Substitutes: Hallertau, Mount Hood, Liberty, Hersbrucker, Southern Cross. A cross between the Bramling goldings variety and a wild Canadian Manitoban hop.