Warrior Hops

Recipes:
28,600
Purpose:
Bittering
Alpha:
Super High
Origin:
🇺🇸 United States
Substitutes:
Pairings:
  1. Simcoe
  2. Cascade
  3. Amarillo
  4. Citra
  5. Centennial
  6. Columbus
  7. Chinook
  8. Mosaic
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Flavor:

Profile

Warrior hops are a unique variety that originated in the United States, specifically developed by Select Botanicals Group and Yakima Chief Ranches in the Yakima Valley. This high alpha acid hop was first released in the year 2000 and quickly gained popularity among commercial and homebrewers alike. As an offspring of the Nugget hop variety, Warrior hops are known for their robust and versatile characteristics, which make them an excellent choice for various brewing applications.

The flavor profile of Warrior hops is distinguished by its clean, smooth bitterness and mild, resinous aroma with subtle hints of citrus and pine. Due to its high alpha acid content, typically ranging from 15 to 17%, it is primarily used as a bittering hop. However, its mild and pleasing aroma also lends itself well to late addition and dry hopping techniques. This versatility makes Warrior hops suitable for a wide range of beer styles, including IPAs, Pale Ales, Stouts, and Barleywines, where they can deliver a firm and well-rounded bitterness without overpowering the other flavors and aromas in the brew.

As a homebrewer, incorporating Warrior hops into your recipes can provide a solid foundation for building complex and balanced beers. Whether you are looking to create a bold, hop-forward IPA or a rich, malty Stout, Warrior hops offer a reliable and consistent bittering option that can enhance the overall character of your brews. Their mild aroma and flavor profile make them an ideal choice for experimenting with other hop varieties, allowing you to create unique and memorable combinations that showcase the best of what hops have to offer.

Characteristics

Alpha Acid

13.7 < 16.0 < 17.8 %

Beta Acid

4.5 < 4.8 < 6.0 %

Amount

2.4 < 19.0 < 100.0 %

Usage

Purpose: Bittering

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