Eagle Valley Hops Estate Crop Offering

 

 

CASCADE
Eagle Valley Hops Estate Malakwa, BC
Released in 1972, the Cascade was the first commercially accepted American bred aroma hop and is now well established in the US. It is one of the most popular hop for craft brewing and great for dry hopping. The Cascade is a cross between the Fuggle and the Russian hop Serebrianka. The compact medium sized cone has a slight square shape to it and has a moderate amount of yellow lupulin. The lupulin develops in tight balls in the cone, which makes it a unique variety.

Characteristics:

  • Alpha Acids: 4.5 – 7.0% w/w
  • Aroma: Medium with floral and citrus tones
  • Beer Styles: All Ale styles, been used with Wheat beers
  • Beta Acids 4.5 – 7.0% w/w
  • Co-Humulone 33 – 40% of alpha acids
  • Total Oil 0.8 – 1.5 mls/100 grams
  • Myrcene 45 – 60% of whole oil
  • Humulene 10 - 16% of whole oil
  • Caryophyllene 3 - 6% of whole oil
  • Farnesene 4 – 8 % of whole oil

 

CENTENNIAL

The Centennial has earned its respect among experienced brewers. Many craft-brewer's today find this to be a very favorable variety because of it's balance. The Centennial is a cross between Brewer's Gold and a selected USDA male. It has a dense compact cone that is medium in size. It has an abundant amount of lupulin that is dark yellow in color.

Characteristics:

  • Alpha Acids: 9.5-11.5% w/w
  • Aroma: Medium with floral and citrus tones
  • Beer Styles: All Ale styles and can be used with Wheat Beers
  • Beta Acids 3.5 – 4.5% w/w
  • Co-Humulone 29 – 30% of alpha acids
  • Total Oil 1.5 – 2.3 mls/100 grams
  • Myrcene 45 – 55% of whole oil
  • Humulene 10 – 18% of whole oil
  • Caryophyllene 5 – 8% of whole oil
  • Farnesene <1% of whole oil

 

WILLAMETTE

The Willamette is a well known aroma hop. Mild and pleasant with some spice.

Common Beer Styles: Pale Ale, American/English Ales and Stout
Aroma: Gives mild, pleasant hop aroma and bitterness to beer
Eagle Valley Hops Estate, Canadian Grown HopsCommon Use: Aroma

Characteristics:

  • Alpha Acids: 4.5-7.0% w/w
  • Aroma: mild and pleasant
  • Beer Styles: All Ale styles.
  • Beta Acids 3.0 – 4.0% w/w
  • Co-Humulone 30 – 35% of alpha acids
  • Total Oil 1.0 – 1.5 mls/100 grams
  • Myrcene 45.0 – 55.0% of whole oil
  • Humulene 20 – 30% of whole oil
  • Caryophyllene 7.0 – 8.0% of whole oil
  • Farnesene 5.0 - 6.0 %

 

HALLERTAU

The Hallertau is a aroma-type hop which originated in Germany.
Common Use: Used for its aromatic properties

Characteristics:

  • Alpha Acids: 3.5 - 5.5% w/w
  • Beta Acids 3.5 – 5.50% w/w
  • Co-Humulone 20 – 25% of alpha acids
  • Total Oil 1.0 – 1.5 mls/100 grams
  • Myrcene 10.0 – 15.0% of whole oil
  • Humulene 36 – 40% of whole oil
  • Caryophyllene 10.0 – 12.0% of whole oil
  • Farnesene 0.0 %

 

CRYSTAL

Crystal is a triploid variety that was bred by U.S.D.A. from Hallertau mf, Cascade, Northern Brewer, and Early Green. It is perceived as the most pungent of the triploid Hallertau family of hops, and is increasingly popular among U.S. craft brewers. It is a versatile variety that is used in Pilsners and Lagers, as well as in ESB’s and American and Belgian-style Ales.

Characteristics:

  • Alpha Acids 3.5 - 5.5%
  • Beta Acids 4.5 - 6.5%
  • Cohumulone (% of alpha acids) 20 - 26%
  • Total Oils (Mls. per 100 grams dried hops) 1.0 - 1.5 Myrcene (as % of other oils) 40 - 65% Caryophyllene (as % of other oils) 4.0 - 8.0% Humulene (as % of other oils) 18 - 24% Farnesene (as % of other oils) < 1.0%

 

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