Hallertauer Tradition Hops

🇩🇪 Germany
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Hallertauer Tradition hops, originating in the fertile hop-growing region of Hallertau, Germany, are a renowned variety prized for their noble hop characteristics. Bred in the early 1990s at the Hop Research Institute in Hüll, this variety was created as a descendant of the iconic Hallertau Mittelfrüh hop to ensure its survival amid widespread decline due to disease and pests. Boasting excellent resistance to both, Hallertauer Tradition hops have since gained popularity among brewers for their consistency, versatility, and exceptional flavor profile.

The flavor profile of Hallertauer Tradition hops is characterized by its delicate balance of floral, herbal, and earthy notes, with subtle hints of spice. These mild and refined aromas make it a popular choice for traditional German-style beers such as Pilsners, Lagers, and Bocks. As a homebrewer, you will find these hops to be incredibly versatile, suitable for both aroma and bittering additions in your brew. With an alpha acid content ranging from 4% to 7%, Hallertauer Tradition hops provide a gentle and smooth bitterness that complements a variety of beer styles without overpowering them.

Incorporating Hallertauer Tradition hops into your homebrewing endeavors is a great way to lend an authentic touch to classic European beer styles while benefiting from their disease-resistant traits. Keep in mind that these hops are best utilized for their aromatic qualities when added late in the boil or during dry hopping, ensuring the preservation of their delicate flavors. The Hallertauer Tradition's refined character is sure to elevate your brews, bringing a taste of Germany's rich brewing heritage into your very own creations.


Alpha Acid

3.6 < 5.8 < 8.5 %

Beta Acid

3.2 < 4.5 < 6.0 %


11.1 < 50.0 < 100.0 %


Purpose: Aroma

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