Hersbrucker: a landrace variety originating from the Hersbruck region of Southern Germany, Hersbrucker has expanded and is now widely grown throughout the Hallertau and Spalt regions. It displays a delicate aroma profile that is often compared to other noble varieties.
Aroma: specific aroma descriptors include hay, tobacco and orange.
Style Guide: Pilsner, Dunkel, Strong Ale.
Substitutes: Hallertau, Strisslespalt, Mt. Hood.
The exact alpha acid content is indicated on every package.
- Alpha Acid: 2 – 4%,
- Beta Acid: 2,5 – 6%,
- Co-Humulone: 17 – 25%,
- Total Oil: 0,5 – 0,5 - 1,0 ml/100 g,
- Myrcene Oil: 15 - 30%,
- Caryophyllene Oil: 8 - 13%,
- Humulene Oil: 20 - 30%,
- Farnesene Oil: < 1%,
- Linalool: 0,5 - 1,0%.
Hops are packed by producers in hermetic bags which preserv aroma and bitterness of hops for at least 3 years from packaking date. "Best before" date is indicated on each bag.
Storage conditions: cold, dry place - not higher than 5°C.
Net. weight: 5 kg.