Hop Name: Sticklebract

Common Usage: Both

Hop Characteristics
Alpha Range:13 - 14.2%
Beta Range:13 - 14.2%
Cohumulone Range:40 - 45%
Humulene Range:7.7 - 11%
Myrcene Range:50 - 63%
Farnesene Range:4 - 4.6%
Caryophyllene Range:3.4 - 6%
Total Oil Range:0.8 - 1.7 mL/100g
Sticklebract is a dual-use New Zealand variety, from the same breeding program that bred others as well to eliminate the black root rot problem which had stricken the New Zealand hop yards. Stickelbract’s dominant aroma comes from high selinene and high myrcene resulting in a piney-citrusy bouquet. Farnesene manages to check in, but humulene and carophyllene are nearly non-existent. It has a very good vigor and yield, and its alpha acids average out at 10.3%.

Commonly used in:
Pale Ale
Origin: New Zealand
Storage: N/A

Possible Substitutions:
Northern Brewer (US)  Northern Brewer (DE)