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Progress hop

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6 years 9 months ago #156 by Pebbbles
Progress hop was created by Pebbbles
Description:
Slightly sweeter alternative to Fuggle with softer bitterness. The aroma though is intense. Very common in English bitters.

Pedigree A daughter of Whitbread's Golding variety (WGV1147) bred with wild American germplasm on the male side.

Maturity Mid-season
Yield 1800 - 2300 kg./ha. or 1600 - 2050 lb./ac.
Growth Habit Strong grower, dark in color, prolific cone producer.
Disease/Pest Susceptibility Bred for tolerance to Verticillium wilt. Susceptible to downy mildew.
Pickability/Drying/Baling Good
Cone-Structure Good-sized, firm, plump cone.
Lupulin Moderate amounts, fairly dark yellow in color
Aroma Moderately strong, good aroma

Alpha Acid 5 - 7% w/w
Beta Acid 2 - 2.5% w/w
Cohumulone 25 - 30% of alpha acids
Storageability 60 - 80% alpha acids remaining after 6 months storage at 20°C
Total Oil 0.6 - 1.2 mls/100 grams
Myrcene 30 - 35% of whole oil
Humulene 40 - 47% of whole oil
Carophyllene 12 - 15% of whole oil
Farnesene <1% of whole oil

General Trade Perception A robust hop aroma type with moderate bittering potential.

Possible Substitutions UK Kent Golding, Fuggle

Typical Beer Styles Ale, Bitter, ESB, Porter

Additional Information One of the very few aroma hops actually purpose bred in a modern breeding program. Released in the mid-sixties just before brewer demand switched to high alpha acids so it never become very widely planted.

Typical Hop Use Aroma

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Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Thu 11 Jul - 14:09

Just finished a good brew day, brewing an English Bitter or maybe it s a pale. Did a starter seemed to go well. But my picnic tap on my keg snapped so had to use a pair of plyers to pour. Nice n foamy :D

Gash - Sun 7 Jul - 09:45

Think you'll find the others will be like the grainfather app if they are set up correctly.

Keg - Thu 4 Jul - 20:15

Hi everyone, just wondering why the likes of BS, Brewfather ect specify a lower strike water volume than the sparge volume? The only one that does not is the Grainfather app.

Finnroo's Avatar Finnroo - Thu 20 Jun - 12:38

Very cold brew day in the shed. The fog is down to about 3 feet. ha. :O

Kegga - Sat 15 Jun - 22:23

Thanks drewtech ?

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