Chinook Hop Extract - 150 gma

Chinook hop extract has an alpha acid content of 58.8%
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100% Natural with no chemical modifications.

The benefits of BSG Hop Extracts include:

  • Varietal character preserved
  • Consistent bittering
  • Increased hop utilization
  • Money saving
  • Increased kettle yield
  • Space saving

Utilization: 35% in a 60 minute boil

Formula:

The following formula can be used to calculate “estimated” bitterness when using CO2 hop extract. For results consistent with typical bittering calculations, the extract % alpha and 35% utilization can be included in the standard bittering calculation of any brewery.

Extract Equation

Notes:

  • Unit of measure is grams of alpha (gma).  Available in 150 gma and 300 gma can sizes
  • One 150 gma can of extract, boiled for 45 minutes (+) will provide 30 IBU’s** in a 15 barrel batch of wort. Each 150 gma can contains the extract from 2-6 pounds of hops.
  • **This is an approximation only. Final bitterness may vary based on individual brew house performance. Actual usage rate should be determined through trials and/or laboratory analysis.

100% Natural with no chemical modifications.

The benefits of BSG Hop Extracts include:

  • Varietal character preserved
  • Consistent bittering
  • Increased hop utilization
  • Money saving
  • Increased kettle yield
  • Space saving

Utilization: 35% in a 60 minute boil

Formula:

The following formula can be used to calculate “estimated” bitterness when using CO2 hop extract. For results consistent with typical bittering calculations, the extract % alpha and 35% utilization can be included in the standard bittering calculation of any brewery.

Extract Equation

Notes:

  • Unit of measure is grams of alpha (gma).  Available in 150 gma and 300 gma can sizes
  • One 150 gma can of extract, boiled for 45 minutes (+) will provide 30 IBU’s** in a 15 barrel batch of wort. Each 150 gma can contains the extract from 2-6 pounds of hops.
  • **This is an approximation only. Final bitterness may vary based on individual brew house performance. Actual usage rate should be determined through trials and/or laboratory analysis.
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