2.8 – 4.4% Alpha Acids • Aroma Hop
First bred in 1983, it has an interesting lineage with roots extending back to Hallertau, Cascade, Brewer’s Gold and Early Green. Commercially it is used in a great variety of beers from Rogue Brutal Bitters to Mountain Sun’s Belgian Dip Chocolate Stout. Extremely versatile, it’s even used for its notable aromatic qualities in IPAs and Bitters despite its low alpha acid content.
Used For: Belgian-style Ales, ESB, IPA, Kolsch, Lager, Pilsner
Aroma: Mild, spicy, and floral. Woody, floral and fruity with spice notes of cinnamon, nutmeg and black pepper
Substitutes: Hersbrucker, Hallertau Mittelfruh, Liberty, Mt Hood, Strisselspalt