Hallertau (US) Hops

🇺🇸 United States


Hallertau hops, originally from Germany, have found a home in the United States. The American-grown Hallertau hop is a tenacious, Bavarian-style hop that is still in demand by craft brewers for Bavarian-style ales. Despite being outperformed by Mount Hood and Liberty in the American hop market, it continues to hold its own. The US Hallertau originates from the classic Hallertauer Mittelfrüh variety of Germany and is harvested in mid-to-late August for most aroma varieties. It is mild and pleasant, yet spicy, with herbal and floral characteristics. Its low alpha acids (3.5%-5.5%) and high humulene contribute to a mild, flowery, and delicately spicy aroma and flavor profile, which is a hallmark of the original German-grown Hallertau that has long been the staple of German and European lagers.

You might find the Hallertau (US) hop to be an interesting addition to your brewing repertoire. It's typically used in late boil additions, including dry hopping, and can impart a unique flavor profile to your brews. If you're unable to find Hallertau (US) hops, you can substitute them with similar hop varieties such as Liberty, Mount Hood, Crystal, or the original Hallertauer Tradition and Hallertauer Mittelfrüh varieties from Germany.


Alpha Acid

3.0 < 4.2 < 6.6 %

Beta Acid

2.1 < 3.6 < 5.5 %


11.5 < 50.0 < 100.0 %


Purpose: Aroma

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