Developed by the New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research hop breeding program and released in 1994, Southern Cross is a triploid cross between New Zealand Smoothcone and a 1950’s research variety bred from a crossing of Californian and English Fuggle. It has excellent essential oils and low co-humulone delivering a delicate balance of citrus and spice when added at the end of boil. Specific aroma descriptors include citrus and tropical fruit with hints of lemon zest, lime, pine and spice.
Alpha Acids: 11-14%
Beta Acids: 5-6%
Used For: Dual Purpose
Styles: Ales - Juicy IPA
Ahtanum was bred by Select Botanicals Group, Ahtanum™ YCR 1 cv. is an aroma-type cultivar used for its aromatic properties and moderate bittering. The variety is named after the location...
Floral, tropical, and citrus (lemon, orange and grapefruit) characteristics.Vacuum sealed by Hop Union or r by Short Finger Brewing Co. Alpha Acids: 8.0 - 11.0% Beta Acids: 6.0 - 7.0% Used For: Multipurpose Good...
Apollo is a newer super high-alpha variety with a low cohumulone level that makes it an excellent bittering hop. Used toward the end of the boil it can contribute flavors...
Typically used as a late addition - the aroma and flavor characteristics become more pronounced the later the addition. Distinct citrus, peach and passion fruit flavors. Vacuum sealed by Hop...