Origin: German Flavours: White wine, gooseberry, pineapple, passion fruit, lemongrass Alpha Acid: 9.0% - 11% Beta Acid: 4.0% - 7.0% Co-Humulone: 28 - 35 % Total Oils: 1.5 -1.8ml/100g
Hallertau Blanc, daughter of Cascade, was released to the world in 2012. Established on the Seitz farm in the German Hallertau region, it was grown primarily for use in American-style Ales. Hallertau Blanc's flavor profile is said to be fruity, with wine-like qualities of gooseberry and grass, similar to that of Sauvignon Blanc. It also features a complex aroma profile with notes of cassis and elderflower in addition to grapes, grapefruit and lemongrass. Other notes detected in trials have been passionfruit, pineapple and gooseberry.
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Origin: German Flavours: Tea, grassy, lavender, orange, nectar fruit Alpha Acid: 4.0% - 7.0% Beta Acid: 3.0% - 6.0% Co-Humulone: 24 - 30 % Total Oils: 0.5 - 1.0ml/100g
Hallertau Tradition is a hybrid fine aroma hop originating from Hallertau Mittelfruher, Hallertauer Gold and Saaz. Bred specifically for fungus and disease resistance, it succeeded in that effort and also features higher alpha acids than its parent varieties, low cohumulone and higher myrcene. It was released for commercial production in 1989.
Its oil profile contributes to a wonderfully earthy and grassy character atop a nose of nectar fruits. It is best used late in the boil, or for dry hopping. This utilization is preferential since its humulene content has been noted to dissipate rapidly when heated.
Bred at the Hop Research Institute in Hüll and released in 2012, Huell (Hüll) Melon was commercialized as a new, German aroma variety in response to growing demand from the craft beer industry for distinct flavour profiles. It displays bold flavours that are not associated with typical hop variety aromas and has found favour in many hop forward, IPA and pale ale beer styles.
Daughter of Cascade (US), Hallertau Blanc and Huell Melon, Mandarina Bavaria originated in Huell, Germany and was released to the brewing masses in 2012. It is useful for both flavor and aroma and imparts slightly sweet notes of tangerine and citrus, especially when used for dry hopping.