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Chinook Hop Hash

Chinook Hop Hash

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Mostly used in ales, Chinook has a distinct pine and spice quality as well as subtle notes of grapefruit. It can be used for both bittering and aroma but the bitterness can be a bit rough for some as it lingers on the tongue.

Because of its concentrated form, hop hash gets better utilization than pellet and whole hops but loses some herbal and grassy characteristics. Recommended as a late/whirlpool addition (0.5 oz - 2 oz for hoppy beers). Also great as a dry hop (1 oz - 4 oz for hoppy to incredibly hoppy beers).

Hop Statistics
Alpha Acids: 27.1 - 34.1%
Beta Acids: 6.5 - 8.1%
Alpha-Beta Ratio: 4.17 - 4.2
Total Oils in mls per 100 grams dried: 1.7 - 5

California Recipients: See Proposition 65 Information
Alpha AcidsHigh
Total Oil ContentLow
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Hops are good.
Stephen D on Nov 21, 2018
Hops are good.
Stephen D on Nov 21, 2018

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I have started trying the Hops Hash to avoid at least SOME of the mess, and fuss involved with repeatedly Boiling several ounces of hops for a batch of beer. This is the best hops hash I have tried so far.

With the latest brew, I'm trying 10g of the Chinook Hops hash for a 5 gallon batch. We'll see how it goes.
October 26, 2018
4 months ago