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Chinook(Organic)

Hop Description

While Cascade, Centennial, and Columbus are considered the Three Cs of American craft brewing, Chinook is often lumped in as a fourth member of the elite group. Citrus takes a backseat to intense pine in this high-alpha dual-purpose variety, released by the USDA breeding program in 1985.

Aroma Profile

Piney/Resinous, Tropical/Fruit, Citrus

  • Brewing Values

Alpha 12 - 14 %

Beta 3 - 4 %

Total Oil 1.7 - 2.7 ml/100g

Cohumulone 27 - 35 %

Myrcene 20 - 40 %

Humulene 18 - 24 %

Caryophyline 9 - 11 %

Farnesene <1%

Storage Good

ALPHA

BETA

TOTAL OIL (ml/100g)

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