Tettnanger Hops

🇩🇪 Germany
  1. Saaz
  2. Hallertauer Mittelfrüh
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Tettnanger hops, originating from the Tettnang region of Southern Germany, are a noble hop variety with a long and storied history in beer brewing. These traditional hops are prized for their delicate and well-balanced flavor profile, which includes mild floral and spicy notes. Tettnanger hops have been cultivated since the 19th century and are considered one of the four classic noble hops, alongside Hallertau, Spalt, and Saaz. They are derived from the landrace hop varieties of the region and are closely related to the English Fuggle hops. Tettnanger hops are well-suited for growing in temperate climates with moderate rainfall, making them an ideal choice for many homebrewers.

The unique flavor profile of Tettnanger hops makes them a popular choice for brewing a variety of beer styles, particularly European lagers and pilsners, as well as Belgian and German wheat beers. With a relatively low alpha acid content, typically ranging from 3-6%, Tettnanger hops are primarily used for their aromatic qualities rather than for bittering. This mild bitterness lends itself well to subtle, clean, and balanced beers. For homebrewers looking to experiment with classic European beer styles or create a brew with a refined and understated hop character, Tettnanger hops are an excellent choice. Their versatility and gentle flavor profile allow them to harmonize with a wide range of malt and yeast combinations, making them a valuable addition to any homebrewer's ingredient list.


Alpha Acid

2.1 < 4.5 < 5.5 %

Beta Acid

3.4 < 3.5 < 4.5 %


12.2 < 50.0 < 100.0 %


Purpose: Aroma

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