Sybilla Hops

Dual Purpose
🇵🇱 Poland


Sybilla is a unique hop variety that hails from Poland and boasts a rich heritage. It is a product of a cross between the Lubelska hop, native to Poland, and the Slovenian Styrian Golding. This hop was officially released in 1996, and between the years 2004-2006, hop latent viroid-free seedlings of Sybilla were produced. The pedigree of Sybilla is intriguing, with its lineage tracing back to a Lublin mother and a wild Yugoslavian father.

The flavor profile of Sybilla is both diverse and delightful. It encompasses a range of aromas from floral and citrus to the more unique notes of chocolate, orange, gingerbread, and tobacco. Additionally, the hop is characterized by spicy-herbal, woody flavors with hints of fennel, hay, wood, tobacco, and nutmeg. These flavors are complemented by citrus top notes and undertones of sweet bananas. When infused cold, the overall aroma profile is further enhanced with notes of barrique, gingerbread, hazelnut, nougat, and chocolate.


Alpha Acid

2.5 < 6.5 < 8.3 %

Beta Acid

2.0 < 2.0 < 6.0 %


5.4 < 50.0 < 100.0 %


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