Golding Hops - QC
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Golding Hops - QC - 28g
Golding hops are descended from the original East Kent Golding. Golding was first grown in British Columbia. This variety of Golding is grown locally in Chapeau, Québec at the Lupuline hop farm. Golding features a subtle bitterness when used as an early addition but is mainly used as an aroma hop for English style beers.
Typical brewing styles: Bitter, Pale Ale, Belgian Ale, Belgian IPA, Barley Wine, Imperial Stout, Red Ale, Irish Stout, American Pale Ale
Delicate English-style aromas, fruit and herbs
Alpha Acids: 4% - 6%
Beta Acids: 2% - 3%
Origin: QC (Québec)
Possible substitutions: East Kent Golding, Fuggle, Willamette, Progress, Whitbread Golding
Our hops live in Nitrogen! All hops are packaged, stored, and shipped in nitrogen for optimum freshness.