Bred to be a Hallertau Mittelfruh sub but didn't quite hit the mark. In our opinion a little "harsh" for aroma but great as a bittering hop. Leathery, woody, earthy, some say spicy but we don't get that.
|Alpha Acids:||7 - 9.5%|
|Beta Acids:||4 - 5%|
|Co-Humulone:||27 - 32%|
|Total Oil:||0.7 - 0.9 mL / 100g|
|Typical Styles:||Bittering in almost any beer|
|Characteristics:||Earthy, woody, leathery and spicy|
|Possible Substitutes:||Northern Brewer|
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Great buttering hop for german beers. Higher AA content means you can use fewer ounces to bitter, lowering your production cost, without sacrificing quality.
Apr 7, 2019 | By David Ashmore