Perle

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The original Perle was created in Germany sometime during the 1960's or early-mid 1970's from Northern Brewer and a German male. It was released to the public in 1978.Some European breweries have claimed that Perle is much like and a good substitute for Hallertau Mittelfruher. Others in the US and Japan however have disagreed with that assessment. Perle is said to have a pleasant aroma, elements of mint and pine with a hint of spice.

Region : Germany

Alpha Acid: 4 – 8 %

Beta Acid: 2 – 4 %

Co-Humulone: 29 – 35 %

Total Oils: 0.5 – 1.5 ml/100g

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