Julius Hops

Also known as: Mighty Axe Julius

🇺🇸 United States


Julius hops have their origins in Minnesota, where they were cultivated at Mighty Axe Hops. The unique combination of Minnesota's soil composition and climate, along with Mighty Axe Hops' specialized harvesting techniques, has led to the development of Julius as a distinct variety of Cascade hops.

The flavor profile of Julius hops is characterized by its powerful notes of citrus, tropical fruit, and pine, which make it an exceptional choice for a wide range of beer styles, particularly IPAs and Pale Ales. The hops impart a bright, juicy character to the brew, with hints of orange, mango, and passion fruit, alongside a subtle yet assertive resinous quality. Homebrewers appreciate the versatility of Julius hops for both bittering and late aroma additions, allowing them to experiment with different hopping schedules to achieve the desired balance between bitterness and aroma. When used in the brewing process, Julius hops contribute not only to the flavor but also to the overall mouthfeel, providing a smooth and pleasant drinking experience. So, if you're looking to brew a vibrant, fruit-forward beer with a touch of piney bitterness, Julius hops are definitely worth exploring.


Alpha Acid

5.6 < 6.6 < 12.5 %

Beta Acid

2.2 < 5.0 < 5.9 %


8.8 < 44.4 < 100.0 %


Purpose: Aroma

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