Centennial hops 1 kg
Centennial Beer Hops 1 kg
Also known as Super Cascade, Centennial is a beer hop with an intense citrus and floral aroma. Developed in 1974 but not commercialised until 1990, it is grown mainly in Washington State as well as in large fields in Oregon and Idaho. Developed by Brewer's Gold with Fuggle, East Kent Golding and other hops, Centennial is aromatic and balanced bittering, gaining fruity undertones when added at the boil. It contains high levels of alpha-acids and myrcene and is characterised by a profile of herbaceous and spicy accents, making it bitter and penetrating, suitable for a variety of uses. Centennial hops in 1 kg pellets are mainly used for the production of Pale Ale and IPA beers with their characteristic bitter taste. They are also often found in English ESB, Barley Wine and Imperial Stout and can be replaced with Columbus and Cascade.
- Packaging: 1 kg vacuum packed in a heat-sealed aluminium bag
- Ingredients: hops; may contain traces of oats, spelt, wheat, barley, rye
- Country of origin: United States
- Alpha Acids: 7-12%.
- Usage: Bitterness and Flavour
- Beer styles: American styles, Pale Ale, IPA, Barley wine
- Substitutes: Amarillo, Centennial
Note: The percentage of Alpha and Beta acids may vary between different batches and therefore deviate from the value indicated in this table.
1 Kg - Pellets T90