Bravo Hops

🇺🇸 United States
  1. Cascade
  2. Citra
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  6. Chinook
  7. Simcoe
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Bravo hops, a high alpha acid variety, were developed by the Hopsteiner Breeding Program and released in 2006, making them a relatively new addition to the hop family. These hops were bred as a response to the increasing demand for high alpha acid hops, which are known for their excellent bittering properties. Bravo hops are a versatile and popular choice among homebrewers and professional brewers alike. They originate from the United States and are a cross between Zeus and a male US variety, inheriting the best qualities of both parent varieties. Bravo hops are known for their impressive yield and resistance to diseases, making them an attractive choice for hop farmers.

The Bravo hop variety boasts a complex flavor profile, characterized by its bold, earthy aroma with subtle hints of sweet fruits and floral undertones. The alpha acid content typically ranges between 14-17%, contributing to a clean and smooth bitterness when used in beer brewing. Due to their high alpha acid content, Bravo hops are primarily utilized as a bittering agent in various beer styles, including IPAs, stouts, and American pale ales. However, their unique flavor profile also lends itself well to late boil additions or dry hopping, providing a pleasant and balanced aroma to your homebrew. Overall, Bravo hops are a versatile and valuable addition to any homebrewer's hop arsenal, offering both excellent bittering properties and a distinct, complementary flavor.


Alpha Acid

12.0 < 14.3 < 17.0 %

Beta Acid

3.5 < 3.5 < 3.5 %


3.6 < 25.0 < 100.0 %


Purpose: Bittering

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