Centennial Hops 100g
Centennial Hops: The 'Super Cascade' of the Hop World
Sourced from the USA, the Centennial Hop, also known as 'Super Cascade', brings forth good aromatic qualities and high alpha acid. This dual-purpose hop imparts aromas of pine, mild citrus, and some floral notes, along with its potential to produce a clean, bright bitterness in the finished beer, making it an indispensable asset in your brewing recipe repertoire.
Centennial Hops Flavor
With an earthy base, floral overtones and a hint of citrus, the taste of Centennial hops adds an enticing layer to your brews. The nuanced flavours help create beers that are refreshingly vibrant, adding complexity and balance.
Centennial Hops Profile
- Origin: USA
- Alpha Acid: 9-12%
- Beta Acid: 3.5-3.5%
- Characteristics: Earthy, Floral, Citrus
- Substitute: Cascade, Chinook, Simcoe, Amarillo
Centennial Hops Substitute
Looking for a Centennial hop substitute? Cascade, Chinook, Simcoe, and Amarillo hops all offer diverse flavour profiles that can be used as substitutes. Whether it's the citrus-forward Cascade, the piney character of Chinook, the woodsy notes of Simcoe or the orange-citrusy Amarillo, each brings its own uniqueness to your brew.
Pairing Centennial Hops
Centennial Hops pair well with a range of hop varieties such as Simcoe, Cascade, Columbus, and Amarillo. These combinations add an exciting dimension of taste to your brew, letting you play with different flavour profiles.
Beer Styles Using Centennial Hops
Centennial hops find their way into a variety of beer styles, most popularly in American Beers, IPAs, Pale Ales, and Imperial Stouts. Thanks to its unique flavor profile, it adds an interesting twist to your brewing experiments.