Triskel Hops

Recipes:
305
Purpose:
Aroma
Alpha:
Low
Origin:
🇫🇷 France
Substitutes:
Pairings:
  1. Strisselspalt
  2. Aramis
  3. Magnum
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Flavor:

Profile

Triskel hops, a relatively new cultivar, were developed in France in 2006. This hop variety is a cross between the renowned French hop, Strisselspalt, and the English varietal, Yeoman. Triskel's aroma is reminiscent of its Strisselspalt parentage, exuding floral notes, but with a slightly fruitier undertone. This hop has a pronounced nose, making it an excellent choice for first wort alternatives. Furthermore, its distinct aroma qualities make it highly suitable for late additions or dry hopping. Triskel hops are particularly sought after for Belgian-style or lighter ales, where they impart an elegant blend of floral, subtle fruity, and citrusy notes. The name "Triskel" draws inspiration from the Triskelion, a symbol associated with the Gauls, who are considered the ancestors of modern-day French people.

Characteristics

Alpha Acid

2.3 < 4.2 < 9.5 %

Beta Acid

2.0 < 4.3 < 6.7 %

Amount

7.7 < 45.5 < 100.0 %

Usage

Purpose: Aroma

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