Cascade

We all know and love cascade. It’s flavor and aroma has become synonymous with American pales and IPA’s, and we believe cascade is a strong versatile player for most any clean, quaffable ale.

 

Typical Acids

  • Alpha 6%
  • Beta 6%
  • Cohumulone 36%

Typical Oils

  • Myrcene 35%
  • Humulene 12%
  • Carophyllene 4.5%
  • Farnesene 5%

Centennial

High bittering potential, but also very aromatic. Assertive citrus qualities, with less pronounced floral tones.

 

Typical Acids

  • Alpha 9%
  • Beta 5%
  • Cohumulone 30%

Typical Oils

  • Myrcene 50%
  • Humulene 16%
  • Carophyllene 7%
  • Farnesene 1%

Willamette

Willamette is a great hop. Used for both bittering and flavor/aroma, this hop is truly versatile. While Willamette is an American bred hop, it has english characteristics which come through in light floral and sometimes earthy tones.

 

Typical Acids

  • Alpha 5%
  • Beta 4%
  • Cohumulone 33%

Typical Oils

  • Myrcene 35%
  • Humulene 7%
  • Carophyllene 25%
  • Farnesene 5.5%

Sterling

We chose Sterling because of the unique characteristics it brings when used as either an aroma and bittering hop. It can play the role of a clean crisp hop for low IBU lagers, while also playing a more dominant role with mild spicy and citrus characteristics when used late in the boil.

Typical Acids

  • Alpha 6%
  • Beta 6%
  • Cohumulone 22%

Typical Oils

  • Myrcene 46%
  • Humulene 7%
  • Carophyllene 21%
  • Farnesene 14%

Nugget

This is a dual use hops that is high in alpha acid and provides an herbal aroma, lemon citrus, and earthy/piney qualities.

 

Typical Acids

  • Alpha 13%
  • Beta 7%
  • Cohumulone 28%

Typical Oils

  • Myrcene 53%
  • Humulene 18%
  • Carophyllene 8%
  • Farnesene 1%