Simcoe® Brand YCR 14 CRYO HOPS® (LupuLN2 Powder) 1 oz.

Simcoe® Brand YCR 14 CRYO HOPS® (LupuLN2 Powder) 1 oz.

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CRYO HOPS® provide brewers with the ability to get gigantic hop character while reducing astringent and unpleasant vegetal flavors.  With a substantially higher oil and resin content, LupuLN2 powder offers up all the flavor and aroma of a heavily hopped beer, but with a significanly reduced grassy character.  Additionally, the lower dosage rate of the concentrated powder reduces the volume of trub and therefore, kettle loss.  Using CRYO HOPS® you will net more beer that is clearer!

Typical usage of CRYO HOPS® would be roughly 50% of pellets.  LupuLN2 powder can be used in any application where traditional hop products are utilized, including: Bittering, Kettle, Whirlpool and even direct to the fermentor.  It is suggested that you use CRYO HOPS® as late additions, in the whirlpool or dry hop, as the volatile aromatic compounds will be driven off if added early in the boil.

AA% Range: 20-24%
Oil Content: 3.5-5.5%

CRYO HOPS® are an innovative hop product that is made by separating the lupulin from the hop flower using cryogenic processing.  The result is a product with twice the potency of T90 pellets, with reduced astringency and vegetative material.

Note: These hops come pelletized. The powder is compressed into pellet form to make handling easier.

Simcoe® and CRYO HOPS® are registered trademarks owned by Yakima Chief Hops, LLC.

California Recipients: WARNING: Cancer - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Item # HCSIM1
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 0.10LBS
FormatCryo Hops
Flavor and AromaEarthy, Citrus, Pine
Alpha AcidsHigh
Weight1 oz.
Total Oil ContentHigh
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Dry hopping
John Van D on Oct 8, 2019
Trying them out for dry hopping
Jonathan O on May 25, 2019
Dry hopping
John Van D on Oct 8, 2019
sounded interesting
Valued C on Jul 16, 2019
Trying them out for dry hopping
Jonathan O on May 25, 2019
great for late addition and dry hop
Mark A on Apr 23, 2019
for dry hopping
KEN T on Mar 9, 2019
Great for dry hopping!
Eric A on Feb 23, 2019
Local shop owner raves about using this for dry hopping
Jose R on Feb 4, 2019
Wanted to add as a dry hop addition to the ObSession IPA kit
Andrew R on Oct 24, 2018
All of the Cryo Hops yield a concentrated hop punch to the kettle without the volume of vegetal hop material to deal with.
Richard Beckley on Oct 23, 2018
Less plant matter, lower losses
Frank on Oct 16, 2018
First time using. Just giving it a try
Travis Nissen on Jul 31, 2018
Jeffrey K on Jul 10, 2018
they are tasty
Tom S on Mar 20, 2018
Experimenting with Cryo Hops
Greg G on Feb 28, 2018
To get better aroma from dry hopping.
Randall C on Feb 24, 2018
I am making a DIPA and am trying to reduce trub loss.
Jon M on Jan 27, 2018
hop seem to stay fresher longer in this format, produces great hop flavor, less vegetal material to soak up beer, and drops out of suspension during cold crash.
Matthew W on Jan 25, 2018
I want to experiment with this
Mary McCloud on Jan 13, 2018
sounded interesting
Valued C on Jul 16, 2019
great for late addition and dry hop
Mark A on Apr 23, 2019

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Great hops for dry hopping, less green mater and lots of flavor!!!
March 17, 2019
8 months ago
This is a very tasty and fragrant hops. It excels in late whirlpool and dry hop applications.
March 9, 2018
1 year ago
Gotta use dat powda
I would use this lupulin powder in late additions in the boil and also for dry hopping. It works extremely well when paired with pellets. Use the pellets for bettering and middle additions to the boil. I would also say that it reduces the amount of trub you have after fermentation. I highly recommend using the lupulin powder if you can! The aromatic qualities of the lupulin powder greatly outshine that of its pellet counterpart.
January 30, 2018
1 year ago