American floral hop released in 1998. A cross between Saaz and Mount Hood in character but easier to grow, Sterling.
Popular American development in 1976 of the English Fuggle. Named for the Willamette Valley, an important hop-growing area. It has a character similar to Fuggle, but is more fruity and has some floral notes. Used in British and American ales.
Crystal Hops was born in 1983, created in Corvallis Oregon. Drink a Rogue Brutal Bitter, and say colchicine induced tetraploid three times. This type of Hallertau was crossed with USDA 21381M, which is resistant to downy mildew. Out comes a hops variety, which is a half sister of both Mt Hood Hops and Liberty Hops.
Useful for barleywines, stouts and IPAs. Alpha acid 17-19%, Beta Acids 4.0 – 6.0%. Trademarked, Summit.
German dual-purpose hop. Often used in combination with other hops. Spicy and slightly floral/fruity. Substitutes: Hallertau, Mount Hood, Liberty, Perle.
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