Aloha Hops

Recipes:
8
Purpose:
Dual Purpose
Alpha:
High
Origin:
🇺🇸 United States

Profile

The Aloha hop is a relatively lesser-known variety in the world of brewing. Although it has not gained widespread popularity, the Aloha hop offers an intriguing flavor profile that can inspire unique and exciting beer creations for adventurous homebrewers.

Characterized by a delightful blend of berry, citrus, floral, and fruity notes, the Aloha hop lends itself perfectly to crafting beers with a refreshing and vibrant taste. This versatile hop can be utilized in various beer styles, including Pale Ales, IPAs, and even fruited sours. When using Aloha hops in your homebrew, consider incorporating them in late boil additions or dry hopping to maximize their aromatic and flavorful potential. As a homebrewer, experimenting with the lesser-known Aloha hop variety can lead to the discovery of new and exciting flavor combinations, resulting in a truly unique tasting experience.

Characteristics

Alpha Acid

8.5 < 9.8 < 12.4 %

Beta Acid

2.0 < 2.0 < 2.0 %

Amount

27.4 < 77.5 < 100.0 %

Usage

Purpose: Dual Purpose

Popularity Over Time

Popularity within Beer Styles

Common Beer Styles

Dosage per Style

Dosage per Use

Hop Pairings

Most Used Yeasts

Trending Yeasts

Brewing Recipes