Hallertauer Mittelfrüh Hops

🇩🇪 Germany
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Hallertauer Mittelfrüh is a classic German noble hop variety that originates from the Hallertau region in Bavaria, Germany. This region, steeped in hop-growing tradition, has been cultivating hops since the 8th century, making it one of the oldest hop-producing areas in the world. Hallertauer Mittelfrüh is highly regarded for its unique and refined aroma, which has contributed to its long-standing use in traditional European lagers, especially German Pilsners, Helles, and Bocks. The hop is also well-suited for Belgian ales and other styles that call for a delicate balance of flavors and aromas. The Mittelfrüh variety has become the benchmark for noble hops and is often used as a reference point when comparing other hop varieties.

The flavor profile of Hallertauer Mittelfrüh is characterized by its mild, yet pleasantly spicy and floral notes, with hints of earthiness and a touch of herbal character. Its low alpha acid content, typically ranging from 3-5%, makes it an ideal choice for aroma and flavor additions in the brewing process, rather than for bittering purposes. When brewing with Hallertauer Mittelfrüh, homebrewers can expect a subtle, refined, and well-rounded contribution to their beer, imparting a sense of tradition and authenticity to the final product. To fully appreciate the nuances of this hop, it is best used in styles where a clean and delicate hop character is desired. Its versatility and timeless appeal make Hallertauer Mittelfrüh a must-have in any homebrewer's hop arsenal.


Alpha Acid

2.5 < 4.3 < 6.9 %

Beta Acid

4.0 < 4.5 < 4.9 %


13.3 < 66.7 < 100.0 %


Purpose: Aroma

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