Bohemie Hops

Recipes:
18
Purpose:
Aroma
Alpha:
Moderate
Origin:
🇨🇿 Czech Republic

Profile

Bohemie hops are a relatively new addition to the world of brewing, hailing from the Czech Republic. As an aroma hop, Bohemie has been developed through the selection from hybrid progeny of the mother variety Sládek and another breeding material with a significant proportion of the renowned Saaz hops. This lineage gives Bohemie a unique profile that is deeply rooted in the traditional Czech brewing heritage. The hop is characterized by its genuine herbal aroma, which is complemented by floral and spicy notes, making it an excellent choice for brewers looking to add complexity to their beers.

Bohemie hops are known for their herbal and floral characteristics, with hints of citrus and spice. This makes them particularly well-suited for Bohemian-style lagers, where they can be used to add depth and a refined aroma without overwhelming the beer's delicate balance. The typical use of Bohemie hops in late boil additions or dry hopping ensures that their aromatic qualities are preserved, enhancing the sensory experience of the final product. Homebrewers can experiment with Bohemie hops to create beers with a sophisticated bouquet and a nod to Czech brewing traditions.

Characteristics

Alpha Acid

3.1 < 6.0 < 8.0 %

Amount

22.9 < 71.7 < 100.0 %

Usage

Purpose: Aroma

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