Alora Hops

Also known as: X17701

Recipes:
2
Purpose:
Aroma
Alpha:
Low
Origin:
🇺🇸 United States

Profile

Alora hops, released in 2023, are gaining attention for their unique characteristics and sustainability. Originating from the Hopsteiner Breeding Program, Alora hops are distinguished by their exceptional oil composition and high levels of 3MH thiol precursors. These thiols are significant in brewing as they contribute to the hop's distinctive aroma and flavor profile. Interestingly, 62% of Alora's total oils fall into an "unknown" category in hop chemistry, highlighting its uniqueness in the hop world.

Alora hops offer a delightful blend of fruity and sweet notes. The primary aromas include peach, yuzu fruit, apricot, and sweet melon. This combination creates a tantalizing and refreshing profile that is highly sought after in beer brewing. With an alpha acid range of 7-10%, Alora hops are well-suited for imparting a moderate level of bitterness along with their aromatic qualities. They are particularly ideal for crafting beers where a vibrant, fruity character is desired, such as in IPAs, Pale Ales, or even lighter styles like Blond Ales and Wheat Beers.

Characteristics

Alpha Acid

1.2 < 4.8 < 8.4 %

Amount

47.7 < 68.2 < 88.6 %

Usage

Purpose: Aroma

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