Hallertauer Blanc Hops

Recipes:
5,826
Purpose:
Aroma
Alpha:
High
Origin:
🇩🇪 Germany

Profile

Hallertauer Blanc is a relatively new hop variety that was developed in the renowned Hallertau region of Germany, which is famous for its rich history in hop cultivation. Introduced in 2012 by the Hop Research Institute in Hüll, this intriguing hop is a daughter of Cascade and a male German variety. Hallertauer Blanc was bred as a part of Germany's efforts to develop new hop varieties with distinct flavor profiles, in response to the global craft beer movement and growing demand for unique hops. The variety was designed to cater to the evolving tastes of modern brewers and beer enthusiasts, while still maintaining its roots in the traditional Hallertau region.

The flavor profile of Hallertauer Blanc is characterized by fruity and floral notes, including white grape, passion fruit, pineapple, and elderflower. Its unique aroma and flavor characteristics make it an ideal choice for dry hopping, imparting a fresh, wine-like quality to the finished beer. This versatile hop is often used in a variety of beer styles, such as IPAs, pale ales, and even German lagers, where it adds a modern twist to traditional recipes. With an alpha acid content ranging from 9 to 12%, Hallertauer Blanc is suitable for both bittering and aroma contributions, allowing homebrewers to experiment with the hop's potential in various stages of the brewing process. Embrace the creative possibilities that this remarkable hop has to offer, and elevate your homebrewing experience to new heights.

Characteristics

Alpha Acid

5.9 < 10.0 < 11.0 %

Beta Acid

2.0 < 5.0 < 5.5 %

Amount

8.4 < 48.1 < 100.0 %

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Purpose: Aroma

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