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Glacier hop

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6 years 6 months ago #38 by Pebbbles
Glacier hop was created by Pebbbles
Description:
Excellent bittering properties combined with a good aroma profile. Some find Glacier gives a lemony twist to a beer.

Pedigree
Released in 2000.

Maturity Mid-season
Yield 2750 - 2900 kg./ha. or 2400 - 2600 lb./ac.
Growth Habit Good
Disease/Pest Susceptibility Susceptible to powdery and downy mildew
Pickability/Drying/Baling Good
Cone-Structure Small cone
Lupulin Moderately abundant
Aroma Excellent, pleasant hoppiness

Alpha Acid 5.5% w/w
Beta Acid 8.2% w/w
Cohumulone 11 - 13% of alpha acids
Storageability Good
Total Oil 0.7 - 1.6 mls/100 grams
Myrcene 33 - 62% of whole oil
Humulene 24 - 36% of whole oil
Carophyllene 6.5 - 10% of whole oil
Farnesene <1% of whole oil

General Trade Perception
An excellent new variety with balanced bittering properties combined with a good aroma profile.

Possible Substitutions
Willamette, US Fuggle, US Tettnang, Styrian Golding

Typical Beer Styles
Pale Ale, ESB, Bitter, English-Style Pale Ale, Porter, Stout

Additional Information
Released as a public variety in 2000 by Dr. Stephen Kenny, Washington State University. It was chosen for its low co-humulone and good Yield potential.

Typical Hop Use
Aroma

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Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Sat 16 Mar - 18:47

Thanks Australia and around the world for your support.

cliveinthemiddle - Tue 19 Feb - 22:32

Cheers Finnroo

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Tue 19 Feb - 06:41

Yes just stick to your plan. The airlock is not always an indication of whats going on, cheers :)

cliveinthemiddle - Mon 18 Feb - 20:49

Hi again, my NEIPA started fermenting sturday night, has been bubbling madly since. However I have just checked it (Monday night) and it has stopped bubbling. I was going to dry hop day 4/7 - should I still stick to plan?cheers, Rob

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Mon 18 Feb - 18:05

My experience is it produces a fuller bodied beer with a higher FG.Attenuation being 70 to 75% Cheers

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