Hop Name: Canterbury Golding

Common Usage: Aroma

Hop Characteristics
Alpha Range:4 - 6%
Beta Range:4 - 6%
Cohumulone Range:28 - 32%
Humulene Range:29 - 29%
Myrcene Range:41 - 41%
Farnesene Range:4.5 - 4.5%
Caryophyllene Range:9 - 9%
Total Oil Range:0.83 - 0.83 mL/100g
Canterbury Golding has been discovered to be identical to East Kent Golding. The two names are used interchangeably, but favoring East Kent. It is thought that the mixup occurred because Canterbury is in East Kent, and the hop was first brought to market there in 1790. A few people, however, charge to this day that they are two distinct varieties. Canterbury/East Kent Golding is considered to be the quintessential English hop, long held as the island's favorite for ales and pale ales.

Commonly used in:
ESB, Porter, Stout
Origin: UK
Storage: Retains 83% alpha acid after 6 months storage at 20 degrees C

Possible Substitutions:
Galena  Magnum (US)  Newport  Magnum