Legacy Hops

Dual Purpose
🇺🇸 United States
  1. Amarillo
  2. Columbus
  3. Cascade
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Legacy hops are a unique and versatile variety that can add a distinctive touch to your homebrewed beer. Originating in the United States, Legacy were around as a variety since 1963, until Hops Direct, LLC registered it in 2013 and named it Legacy. It is since then grown exclusively at Puterbaugh Farms in Yakima Valley.

The flavor profile of Legacy hops is a delightful combination of fruity and floral notes, with subtle earthy undertones. Aromas of blackberries, black currants, and spice are characteristic of this hop variety, with some hints of citrus and pine in the background. With an alpha acid content typically ranging between 8% and 10%, Legacy hops can be used for both bittering and aroma additions in your homebrew, making it a versatile option for any stage of the brewing process. Popular among craft brewers and homebrewers alike, Legacy hops are particularly well-suited for use in American Pale Ales, IPAs, Porters, and Stouts, imparting a complex yet balanced flavor that truly enhances the character of your beer. So, if you're looking to experiment with a new hop variety that offers a unique twist on traditional flavors, Legacy hops are a must-try for your next brew.


Alpha Acid

6.2 < 7.5 < 11.0 %

Beta Acid

2.0 < 2.0 < 6.0 %


5.8 < 50.0 < 100.0 %


Purpose: Dual Purpose

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