Polaris Hops

Recipes:
1,795
Purpose:
Dual Purpose
Alpha:
Super High
Origin:
🇩🇪 Germany
Substitutes:
Pairings:
  1. Cascade
See Dosage
Flavor:

Profile

Polaris is a relatively new German hop variety that was developed in 2012. It is known for its high alpha acid content, which can range from 18-23%, making it an excellent choice for bittering in beer brewing. Polaris hops also have a unique aroma profile, with notes of mint, eucalyptus, and pine, as well as some hints of lemon and black currant.

Due to its high alpha acid content, Polaris hops are primarily used for bittering in beer brewing. However, some brewers have also experimented with using them in late-stage additions to give the beer a unique flavor and aroma. Polaris hops are particularly popular in German-style beers such as lagers, pilsners, and wheat beers, but they can also be used in other beer styles where a high level of bitterness is desired. Overall, Polaris hops are a versatile and interesting hop variety that is worth exploring for brewers looking to create unique and flavorful beers.

Characteristics

Alpha Acid

16.0 < 20.8 < 21.3 %

Beta Acid

2.0 < 6.0 < 6.0 %

Amount

2.9 < 28.6 < 100.0 %

Usage

Purpose: Dual Purpose

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