Cashmere Hops

Recipes:
2,417
Purpose:
Dual Purpose
Alpha:
Moderate
Origin:
🇺🇸 United States
Substitutes:
Pairings:
  1. Citra
  2. Mosaic
  3. Cascade
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Flavor:

Profile

Cashmere hops are a relatively recent addition to the world of hop varieties, with a distinctive flavor profile that has quickly gained popularity among craft brewers and homebrewers alike. Originating in the United States, Cashmere hops were developed by Washington State University and released to the public in 2013. The result of a cross between Cascade and Northern Brewer hops, Cashmere boasts an impressive lineage, which contributes to its unique and highly sought-after characteristics.

The flavor profile of Cashmere hops is often described as complex and multi-layered, offering a blend of fruity and tropical notes, such as melon, lemon, and lime, combined with herbal and spicy undertones. This versatile hop variety also imparts a smooth bitterness, which makes it suitable for a range of beer styles. Cashmere hops are often used in IPAs, pale ales, and other hop-forward beers, where their exceptional aroma and flavor can truly shine. However, they also work well as a supporting hop in more malt-forward styles, such as porters and stouts, adding a touch of brightness and complexity to the brew. When experimenting with Cashmere hops in your homebrew, consider using them for late additions, whirlpool, or dry hopping to fully capture their remarkable aroma and taste.

Characteristics

Alpha Acid

5.6 < 8.4 < 13.0 %

Beta Acid

2.0 < 6.7 < 6.7 %

Amount

8.1 < 37.5 < 100.0 %

Usage

Purpose: Dual Purpose

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