Hop Name: Magnum


Common Usage: Bittering

Hop Characteristics
Alpha Range:11 - 16%
Beta Range:11 - 16%
Cohumulone Range:21 - 29%
Humulene Range:30 - 45%
Myrcene Range:30 - 45%
Farnesene Range:0 - 1%
Caryophyllene Range:8 - 13%
Total Oil Range:1.6 - 2.6 mL/100g
Notes:
Hallertau Magnum is fast becoming a German brewing favorite, and is moving right up there towards 1st place for most-grown high alpha variety in Germany. It’s no wonder why Magnum has gone global and is used in a variety of beers—despite its fairly high percentage of oils and low cohumulone, its high alpha acids seem to win out, so that this is primarily used as a base bittering hop. It has very good vigor and yield, and superlative storage stability (90% after 6 months). It is said to have a clean, bitter, and sometimes citrusy flavor.

Commonly used in:
Ale
Origin: German
Storage: N/A
Aroma:
A delicate aroma with inclinations towards floral and fruit flavorings and a prevalent hoppy tang

Possible Substitutions:
Horizon  Newport  Columbus  Magnum (US)  Nugget  Bravo  Hallertau  Northern Brewer (US)  Simcoe  Warrior  Merkur  Northern Brewer (DE)  Taurus  Canterbury Golding