Hops

The New Zealand hops which are and how to use them?

The New Zealand hops which are and how to use them?

The New Zealanders hops are among the most sought-hops for home brewing and for the craft industry for their unique and particular aromas. This makes them very difficult to obtain and often also very expensive. We analyze brevementi the best known hops and their possible variants. Dr. Rudi This hops selected as the Super Alfa has changed its name in 2012. Dr Rudi is a variety of grassy hops aroma, with notes of lemon verbena and pine. A hop is known for the bitter end for its aromatic properties. Perfect for Pale Ale and Lager in New Zealand style ALFA ACID: 11-14% USE: Amaro and Aroma Origin: New Zealand Cumulone: ​​ 33-36% Beta acids from 7 to 8.5% Total Oil 1.3 ml oil per 100g cone weight Oil concentration 97 uL / ​​gram Alpha Mycenae 29.2% Humulene 33.2% Caryophyllene 10.1% Farnesene 0.5% Green Bullet Green Bullet is a dual purpose hops that releases fresh pine and lemon notes with an excellent aroma. Perfect for beer with a distinctive hop is one of hops used for amaricare in the Australian and New Zealand craft beers ALFA ACID: 10-13% USE: Amaro-Aroma Origin: New Zealand ALTERNATIVE: Centennial Beta acids 6.5-7.0% Cohumulone 38-39% of alpha acids Total Oil 1.1 ml oil per 100g cone weight Oil concentration 65 uL / ​​gram Alpha Myrcene 38.3% Humulene 28.2% Caryophyllene 9.2% Kohatu Kohatu is a New Zealand hop has an intense floral character with pine aromas and tropical fruits elegant. A difficult hops to find that is very often used in beers where the hopping is predominant. It 'important to know that the Kohatu is the New Zealand hops which was specifically designed to be dual purpose and that is used as the only hops in the recipe. ALFA ACID: 5-7% USE: Aroma Amaro- BETA ACIDS: 4-5% CUMULONE: 20-22% OILS TOTAL: 1-1 mL / 100g Origin: New Zealand Beta acids from 4.0 to 5.0% Cohumulone 21% of alpha acids Total Oil 1 ml of oil per 100g of cone weight Oil concentration 180 uL / ​​gram Alpha Myrcene 35.5% Humulene 36.5% Caryophyllene 11.5% Farnesene 0.3% Motueka is a New Zealand Motueka hops that brings unique aromas and flavors, great for traditional Lager and Belgian Ales. First impressions are fresh and intense lime followed by a very lively tropical fruit background and the lemon zest. Surely one of the most sought Nz hops. ALFA ACID: 5-8% USE: Aroma Origin: New Zealand Cohumulone 29.0% alpha acids Total Oil 0.8 ml oil per 100g cone weight Oil concentration 107 uL / ​​gram Alpha Myrcene 47.7% Humulene 3.6% Caryophyllene 2% Farnesene 12.2% Nelson Sauvin Nelson Sauvin hops is a fruity with aromas of grapefruit plug and grapes, much sought has been used to many beers with a strong hop. Its aroma gives a taste of "fruity" highly sought after and this hop is probably the most difficult to find during the year. ALFA ACID: 10-13% USE: Aroma & Amaro Origin: New Zealand Beta acids 6-8% Cohumulone 24% of alpha acids Total Oil 1.1 ml oil per 100g cone weight Oil concentration 79 uL / ​​gram Alpha Myrcene 22.2% Humulene 36.4% Caryophyllene 10.7% Farnesene 0.4% Orbit Orbit is the first hop of its kind, were selected various types of hops and planted in the center of Riwaka Research. The plants are changed every two years. For this batch 15-16 its aroma is citrusy, resinous pine with a perfect finish for many styles of beer, where hops are dominant. In this blend hops were selezioneti in order to have a balanced intake and should not be used sparingly. ALFA ACID: 4-10 USE: aRoma- Amaro Origin: NZ Pacific Gem Pacific Gem is a hop varieties with a high alpha acid and a distinctive flavor of red fruits from New Zealand. usually it is used to bitter but the brewers have found that even at the end of the boil or dry-hopping can give much sought after fragrance and taste. ALFA ACID: 4-8% USE: Amaro Origin: New Zealand Cohumulone 37% of alpha acids Total Oil 1.2 ml oil per 100g cone weight Oil concentration 78 uL / ​​gram Alpha Myrcene 33.3% Humulene 29.9% Caryophyllene 11% Farnesene 0.3% Pacific Jade Pacific Jade is an 'excellent hop varieties with low cumulone which makes a pleasant mild bitterness combined with good flavor characteristics. slightly citrusy aromas of black pepper can also be used at the end of boiling or dry-hopping. ALFA ACID: 12-15% USE: Amaro Origin: New Zealand Beta acids 7.0-8.0% Cohumulone 24% of alpha acids Total Oil 1.4 ml oil per 100g cone weight Oil concentration 92 uL / ​​gram Alpha Mycenae 33.3% Humulene 32.9% Caryophyllene 10.2% Farnesene 0.3% Citrus-Piney Fraction 6.5% Rakau Rakau is a New Zealand hops; with fruity and floral scents, pine and apricot. Excellent both by bitter that aroma is a perfect hops for beer in New Zealand by the strong hop style. ALFA ACID: 9-12% USE: Bitter / Flavor ORIGIN: NZ Beta acids 5.0-6.0% Cohumulone 24% of alpha acids Total Oil 2.2 ml oil per 100g cone weight Oil concentration 206 uL / ​​gram Alpha Myrcene 56% Humulene 16.3% Caryophyllene 5.2% Farnesene 4.5% Deputy: Amarillo Wakatu Wakatu is a hop variety with alpha medium acid and good aroma: vanilla and lime, perfect for elegant floral aromas beers but also in those indicated by hopping more thrust. Also known as Hallertau Aroma changed its name in 2011 ALFA ACID: 7-10% USE: Aroma & Amaro Origin: New Zealand Beta acids 8.5% Cohumulone 28-30% of alpha acids Total Oil 1 ml of oil per 100g of cone weight Oil concentration 124 uL / ​​gram Alpha Myrcene 35.5% Humulene 16.8% Caryophyllene 8.2% Farnesene 6.7% Wai-ti Hops Wai-iti provides aromatic hints of citrus extraordinarily clear. notes of lime, lemon and mandarin oranges perfect for Pale, IPA, or hoppy beer wheat. A very complicated hops by. Ballast Point has made a version in barrels Dubble IPA with this hops ALFA ACID: 2-4% Beta acids 4.5-5.5% Cohumulone 22-24% of alpha acids Total Oil 1.6 ml oil per 100g cone weight Oil concentration 420 uL / ​​gram Alpha Myrcene 3% Humulene 28% Caryophyllene 9% Farnesene 13%