Palisade Hops

Recipes:
3,936
Purpose:
Aroma
Alpha:
Moderate
Origin:
🇺🇸 United States
Substitutes:
Pairings:
  1. Cascade
  2. Simcoe
  3. Columbus
  4. Warrior
  5. Amarillo
  6. Centennial
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Flavor:

Profile

Palisade hops are a unique and versatile variety developed by the Yakima Chief Ranches in the Yakima Valley of Washington State, USA. These hops are the result of a hybridization program that aimed to produce a high-yielding, disease-resistant hop variety with a distinctive flavor profile. The parentage of Palisade hops can be traced back to Swiss Tettnanger hops, which impart some of their characteristic qualities to this versatile cultivar.

The flavor profile of Palisade hops is often described as a delicate blend of floral, fruity, and earthy tones. They are known for their moderate alpha acid content, typically ranging from 5.5 to 9.5%, which makes them ideal for use in a wide range of beer styles. Some of the most notable flavor and aroma characteristics include apricot, grass, and herbal notes, along with a subtle hint of citrus. This unique flavor combination allows Palisade hops to shine in both aroma and bittering applications, making them a versatile addition to your homebrewing toolkit. They are particularly well-suited for American Pale Ales, IPAs, and English-style ales, where their distinct flavors and aromas can complement the malt backbone and provide a pleasant, balanced bitterness.

Characteristics

Alpha Acid

5.5 < 7.8 < 9.7 %

Beta Acid

4.0 < 7.0 < 7.2 %

Amount

6.8 < 33.3 < 100.0 %

Usage

Purpose: Aroma

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