Iunga Hops

Dual Purpose
🇵🇱 Poland


Iunga is a dual-purpose hop variety that originated from a cross between Lubelski and a Yugoslavian male. This hop was developed as part of the "new wave" of hop varieties, characterized by its high alpha-acid content, which contributes to its short but distinct bitterness. The alpha acids range from 8 to 12.5%, and the total oil content is approximately 1.5 ml per 100g. This hop variety is particularly known for its strong aroma, featuring prominent notes of pineapple, peach, and citrus.

In terms of brewing, Iunga is versatile and performs well in single hop beers, including IPAs. Its unique flavor profile, which combines intense sweet aromas of honey and pineapple with notes of citrus, makes it a great choice for brewing fruity ales. Despite its high alpha-acid content, Iunga's bitterness is mild and non-resisting, making it a popular choice among homebrewers looking to experiment with new flavors and aromas in their brews.


Alpha Acid

9.0 < 11.0 < 12.3 %

Beta Acid

2.0 < 6.5 < 6.5 %


2.9 < 33.3 < 100.0 %


Purpose: Dual Purpose

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