Willamette Leaf (US)
Willamette is a triploid aroma type hop that for years was the most widely grown US aroma variety. Known for its citrus, floral, spicy and herbal notes.
Alpha Acid: 4.0-6.0%
Beta Acid: 3.0-4.5%
Used For: Aroma
Styles:American Pale Ales, American IPAs.
Willamette Hops was named after the mighty river that pours through the Willamette Valley in North Western Oregon. Willamette Hops was developed and released by the U.S.D.A in 1976 and has taken root on the craft brewing industry and accounts for about 20% of total U.S. hops acreage. Pow! Willamette Hops was a triploid seedling of Fuggle, which is a quintessential English variety that has shaped decades of beer brewing.
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