100g Nelson Sauvin Hops (NZ)

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100g Nelson Sauvin Hops (NZ)
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Nelson Sauvin is a hop from New Zealand, that has an alpha acid content between 10-13% with characteristics of grapefruit and gooseberry.
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Use in brewing

Nelson Sauvin is an excellent dual purpose hop; providing both intense, distinct flavour characteristics as well as high alphas. An excellent all-rounder, this hop is able to produce big punchy Ales as well as subtle yet bitter Lagers. In a nutshell Nelson Sauvin can be described as a “quintessentially New Zealand” variety that has gained an international reputation in the speciality craft and seasonal beer market.

Origin/History

Developed at New Zealand HortResearch, this variety was bred using a New Zealand Smoothecone variety and a selected New Zealand male and was released in 2000. Its distinct fresh crushed gooseberry smell is a descriptor often associated with the Sauvignon Blanc – giving it the name Nelson Sauvin.

Agronomics

A mid to late season hop with a moderate yield; this is a late shooting hop with a vigorous spring growth producing a compact cone with an ovate shape up to 5cm long. Disease free.

Storage

Good

Additional Information

  • Country: New Zealand
  • Characteristics: Grapefruit, Gooseberry
  • Alpha Acid: 10-13%
  • Cohumulone: 22-26
  • Total Oil: 1.1ml/100g
  • Flavour Intensity: 9

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