Hop Name: Mt. Hood


Common Usage: Aroma

Hop Characteristics
Alpha Range:4 - 8%
Beta Range:4 - 8%
Cohumulone Range:22 - 27%
Humulene Range:30 - 38%
Myrcene Range:30 - 40%
Farnesene Range:0 - 1%
Caryophyllene Range:13 - 16%
Total Oil Range:1.6 - 3.4 mL/100g
Notes:
Mt. Hood is an American-bred cultivar coming from the Hallertauer Mittlefrüher, which is very popular among American craft brewers. It makes a good aroma hop, with aroma characteristics similar to a Hallertau or Hersbrucker. It has an average 6% alpha acid content, a little higher beta content, and midline to lower oil content resulting in a pleasant noble hop character but if tasted in fresh beer, can have a bit of a punch.

Commonly used in:
Lager
Origin: US
Storage: ~55% alpha remaining after 6 months
Aroma:
Mild, herbal and somewhat pungent or spicy

Possible Substitutions:
Crystal  Hallertau  Liberty  Strisselpalt  Hallertau Mittelfruh  Hersbruker  Vanguard  Hallertauer Northern Brewer