Chinook

Chinook: high alpha, big flavor.
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Origin: Washington, USA. Developed by the USDA breeding program and released in 1985 as a high-alpha variety, Chinook eventually found traction among craft brewers as a unique aroma and flavor hop. Its ancestry includes Petham Golding and USDA 63012.

Usage: Dual purpose. Thanks to its high alpha content and moderate cohumulone, Chinook delivers potent, smooth bitterness but also contributes specific pine notes highly desirable in an IPA dry hop.

Aroma & Flavor Characteristics: Strongs notes of grapefruit define this hop. Pungent suggestions of mountain pine and resin (especially as a dry hop) with citrus and fragrant dried herb in the background.

Botanical Classification:
Family: Cannabaceae
Genus: Humulus
Species: Lupulus

Maturity: Medium

Yield: 1900 - 2100 lbs/acre

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Origin: Washington, USA. Developed by the USDA breeding program and released in 1985 as a high-alpha variety, Chinook eventually found traction among craft brewers as a unique aroma and flavor hop. Its ancestry includes Petham Golding and USDA 63012.

Usage: Dual purpose. Thanks to its high alpha content and moderate cohumulone, Chinook delivers potent, smooth bitterness but also contributes specific pine notes highly desirable in an IPA dry hop.

Aroma & Flavor Characteristics: Strongs notes of grapefruit define this hop. Pungent suggestions of mountain pine and resin (especially as a dry hop) with citrus and fragrant dried herb in the background.

Botanical Classification:
Family: Cannabaceae
Genus: Humulus
Species: Lupulus

Maturity: Medium

Yield: 1900 - 2100 lbs/acre

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Products specifications
Alpha Acid Range % 11 - 14
Beta Acid Range % 3 - 4
Co-Humulone as % of alpha 29 - 35
Total oils mls/100 gr. 1.7 - 2.7
Products specifications
Alpha Acid Range % 11 - 14
Beta Acid Range % 3 - 4
Co-Humulone as % of alpha 29 - 35
Total oils mls/100 gr. 1.7 - 2.7
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