Yakima Chief Hops® | Cashmere Cryo Hops® | Herbal, Citrus, Pine, Berry | Lot# PC1-GUCMR8091 | LupuLN2® Pellets

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  • This lot was noted to display herbaceous and citrusy up front supported with notes of pine and berry
  • Often used as an aroma addition during whirlpool or dry hopping for Hazys, IPAs, Pale Ales, or Hoppy Lagers
  • Alpha Acids - 16.9%
  • Total Oil (mL/100g) - 1.3
  • YCH Lot# PC1-GUCMR8091
  • Sourced from Gooding Farms, Shinn & Son, and Tributary Hop Farms
  • Cryo Hop® Hop Pellets
  • Higher AA and nearly twice the resin content of traditional T-90 hop pellets
  • Increase yield by reducing vegetal matter in your brewhouse and fermenter

Cryo Hops® provide brewers with the ability to get gigantic hop character while reducing astringent and unpleasant vegetal flavors. With a substantially higher oil and resin content, LupuLN2 powder offers up all the flavor and aroma of a heavily hopped beer, but with a significanly reduced grassy character. Additionally, the lower dosage rate of the concentrated powder reduces the volume of trub and therefore, kettle loss. Using Cryo Hops® you will net more beer that is clearer!

Typical usage of Cryo Hops® would be roughly 50% of pellets. LupuLN2 powder can be used in any application where traditional hop products are utilized, including: Bittering, Kettle, Whirlpool and even direct to the fermentor.  It is suggested that you use Cryo Hops® as late additions, in the whirlpool or dry hop, as the volatile aromatic compounds will be driven off if added early in the boil.

Cryo Hops® are an innovative hop product that is made by separating the lupulin from the hop flower using cryogenic processing. The result is a product with twice the potency of T90 pellets, with reduced astringency and vegetative material.

Note: These hops come pelletized. The powder is compressed into pellet form to make handling easier.

The below chart was generated using CATA data or "check-all-that-apply". It is not meant to be a true structure of intensity for each flavor descriptor, but rather a simple representation of Yes/No if observed by each member of the flavor analysis panel.

Hop Statistics:
Alpha Acids: 16.9%
Beta Acids: 14.3%
Total Oil (mL/100g): 1.3
B-Pinene: 0.3%
Myrcene: 25.3%
Linalool: 0.2%
Caryophyllene: 12.1%
Farnesene: 0.3%
Humulene: 35.8%
Geraniol: 0.1%

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