HOPS VARIETY

Sterling

American floral hop released in 1998. A cross between Saaz and Mount Hood in character but easier to grow, Sterling.

Centennial

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.

Cascade

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.

Triple Pearl

Useful for barleywines, stouts and IPAs. Alpha acid 17-19%, Beta Acids 4.0 – 6.0%. Trademarked, Summit.

Tahoma

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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