Hop Hersbrucker 1 kg
Hersbrucker beer hops 1 kg
Hersbrucker is a Bavarian aroma hop variety from Hersbruck, a town in German Franconia. Appreciated for its floral, delicate aroma and spicy notes, Hersbrucker hops were developed as a variant of the popular Hallertau, offering greater strength and higher yields, characteristics which have led to their widespread use by English brewers and homebrewers. Hersbrucker, which is easily adapted to low environmental impact growing regimes such as organic cultivation, is a hop with a low alpha acid content and is particularly suitable for flavoured beers, to which it adds pleasant fruity and floral notes. Hersbrucker hops have spread internationally in different types of uses, but express their potential best in German beers such as helles, kölsch, märzen and in the production of lager, pils, wheat and bock.
- Packaging: 1 kg vacuum packed in heat-sealed aluminium bag
- Ingredients: hops; may contain traces of oats, spelt, wheat, barley, rye
- Country of origin: Germany
- Alpha Acids: 1,5% - 4%.
- Usage: Aroma
- Beer styles: Lager, Pils, Wheat, Bock
- Substitutes: Mt. Hood, Strisselspalt
- Pellets T90
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