Ariana Hops

Recipes:
535
Purpose:
Dual Purpose
Alpha:
High
Origin:
🇩🇪 Germany
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Profile

Ariana beer hops, a relatively new addition to the world of hops, were developed in Germany by the Hop Research Center Hüll. This exciting variety was released in 2016 after nearly a decade of breeding and testing, making its way into the brewing scene with a unique combination of characteristics. The Ariana hops are a product of crossing Herkules and a wild male variety. This distinctive lineage provides a unique flavor profile that has become increasingly popular among homebrewers and craft breweries alike.

The Ariana hop's flavor profile is characterized by its enticing blend of fruity and floral notes, with distinct berry, citrus, and vanilla undertones. In addition, it exhibits a touch of blackcurrant and a slight hint of gooseberries, which adds to its complexity. Boasting an alpha acid content ranging from 10% to 13%, Ariana hops are versatile, making them suitable for both bittering and aroma additions. Their high oil content results in an intense and lasting aroma, making them a favored choice for late kettle additions, whirlpool, and dry hopping.

As a homebrewer, incorporating Ariana hops into your brewing process can elevate the flavor and aroma of your beer, particularly in styles such as IPAs, Pale Ales, and American Wheat beers, where fruity and floral characteristics are highly sought-after. By experimenting with different hopping schedules and quantities, you can unlock the full potential of Ariana hops, adding depth and nuance to your brews while creating a sensory experience that will delight both novice and experienced beer enthusiasts.

Characteristics

Alpha Acid

7.2 < 11.5 < 12.7 %

Beta Acid

2.0 < 5.4 < 5.5 %

Amount

8.2 < 44.4 < 100.0 %

Usage

Purpose: Dual Purpose

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