Opal

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Developed by the Hull Hops Research Institute in Germany, Opal hops feature a clean aroma and flavor profile of spice and citrus with a hint of sweetness. It was released to the brewing world in 2004 and is considered useful for both aroma and bittering.

Region : Germany

Alpha Acid: 12 - 14 %

Beta Acid: 3 - 5 %

Co-Humulone: 28 - 34 %

Total Oils: 0.8 - 1.3 ml/100g

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