Triple Pearl Hops

Dual Purpose
United States


Triple Pearl hops, a relatively new variety to the brewing scene, were developed by crossing the popular Perle hop with a unique, proprietary hop variety. Born in the United States, this versatile hop owes its roots to the USDA-ARS Hop Breeding and Genetics Program and was first released publicly in 2013. While Triple Pearl hops share similarities with their parent Perle hops, they bring a unique and distinct flavor profile to the table, which has captured the interest of craft brewers and homebrewers alike.

The flavor profile of Triple Pearl hops is characterized by a well-balanced mix of floral, fruity, and spicy notes, accompanied by a moderate to high alpha acid content (ranging from 10.5% to 13.5%). This delightful combination makes it an excellent choice for a variety of beer styles, from IPAs and Pale Ales to Lagers and Pilsners. In brewing, Triple Pearl hops can be used both for bittering and aroma, providing a clean and smooth bitterness with a lingering, complex aroma. As a homebrewer, experimenting with Triple Pearl hops will undoubtedly add a fresh, nuanced dimension to your beer, imparting flavors that are at once familiar yet delightfully new.


Alpha Acid

6.2 < 10.7 < 13.1 %

Beta Acid

3.5 < 3.8 < 4.4 %


12.5 < 50.0 < 100.0 %


Purpose: Dual Purpose

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