Developed by the New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research hop breeding program and released in 2011, Wai-iti is a granddaughter of Liberty and is derived from 1/3 Hallertau MIttelfrüh. Fresh peaches and stone fruit dominate the aroma in single hopped beers and when combining with other varieties in late additions. Wai-iti is best known for its fruity, aroma-driven results. Specific aroma descriptors include fresh peaches and apricot characteristics; freshly squeezed limes with top notes of mixed citrus and spice.
Alpha Acids: 2.5-3.5%
Beta Acids: 4.5-5.5%
Used For: Aroma
Styles: Ales - Juicy IPA
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