Ekuanot Hops

Recipes:
6,758
Purpose:
Dual Purpose
Alpha:
High
Origin:
United States
Includes:
Equinox
HBC 366

Ekuanot, also known as Equinox or HBC 366, is a relatively new hop variety that was first released in 2014 by the Hop Breeding Company. It is a highly sought-after hop due to its unique flavor profile and versatility in brewing a variety of beer styles.

Ekuanot hops are characterized by their bold and complex aromas and flavors, which include notes of citrus, tropical fruit, berry, and pine. They also have a relatively high alpha acid content, which contributes to their bittering potential. This makes them suitable for use in both late additions and dry hopping, as well as for bittering.

xOverall, Ekuanot hops are an exciting addition to the world of craft brewing, and their distinct flavor profile makes them a popular choice for brewers looking to create innovative and flavorful beers.

Characteristics

Alpha Acid

12.0 < 14.3 < 25.5 %

Beta Acid

2.0 < 4.8 < 5.0 %

Amount

6.0 < 33.3 < 100.0 %

Usage

Purpose: Dual Purpose

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