BRU-1 Hops

Recipes:
1,262
Purpose:
Bittering
Alpha:
High
Origin:
🇺🇸 United States

Profile

BRU-1 hops are a relatively new and exciting addition to the world of brewing, with their origin tracing back to the Yakima Valley in Washington State, USA. Developed by Brulotte Farms in collaboration with the Hop Breeding Company, this unique hop variety has quickly gained popularity among craft brewers and homebrewers alike. As a product of the extensive hop breeding program in the United States, BRU-1 is the result of crossing traditional hop varieties with wild American hop varieties through open pollination to create a truly distinctive flavor and aroma profile.

The flavor profile of BRU-1 hops is defined by their dominant pineapple character, accompanied by notes of stone fruit, melon, and a hint of pine. This combination makes it a versatile and highly sought-after hop variety for brewing a wide range of beer styles, particularly IPAs and pale ales. Homebrewers looking to experiment with new and interesting hop combinations can certainly find value in incorporating BRU-1 into their recipes. With a typical alpha acid content of around 13-15%, BRU-1 hops can be utilized for both bittering and aroma additions, contributing a balanced and nuanced flavor to your brew. The pronounced tropical fruit character of BRU-1 pairs exceptionally well with other modern hop varieties, such as Citra, Mosaic, and Galaxy, resulting in beers with a juicy, fruit-forward profile that's perfect for satisfying the ever-growing thirst for hop-centric brews among beer enthusiasts.

Characteristics

Alpha Acid

2.5 < 14.4 < 19.5 %

Beta Acid

2.0 < 9.0 < 10.0 %

Amount

8.4 < 34.5 < 100.0 %

Usage

Purpose: Bittering

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