Anchovy Hops

Also known as: 24B-05

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

Profile

Anchovy is a new experimental hop variety developed by Segal Ranch, located in the lower Yakima Valley of Washington State. Originally designated as 24B-05, this hop was renamed Anchovy by Matt Storm and Brian Strumke from Fast Fashion Brewing in Seattle. Fast Fashion Brewing has been instrumental in bringing this hop to the market, having sponsored the initial acreage and being the first to brew with it. The 2023 crop year has seen a very limited release, making it an exciting but rare ingredient for homebrewers and craft breweries alike.

Anchovy hops boast a unique and vibrant flavor profile, with notable aromas of watermelon hard candy, raspberry, and pine. This combination of flavors provides a distinctive and refreshing character to beers, making it an excellent choice for brewers looking to add a complex, fruity, and slightly resinous edge to their creations. Given its limited availability, Anchovy hops have primarily been used by Fast Fashion Brewing, but the intriguing profile has generated significant interest within the brewing community.

Characteristics

Alpha Acid

10.1 < 12.0 < 12.0 %

Amount

21.9 < 45.5 < 98.4 %

Usage

Purpose: Dual Purpose

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