Lubelski: one of the oldest Polish hops named after region where this variety is grown. As like Saaz from which Lubelski comes from has a intense aroma and taste. Known as superaromatic hops, common used in polish breweries.
Aroma: gentle, very pleasant aroma.
Style Guide: Lager, Pilsner.
Substitutes: Saaz, Styrian Golding, Fuggles.
The exact alpha acid content is indicated on every package.
- Alpha Acid: 3,0 – 4,5%,
- Beta Acid: 3,0 – 6,0%,
- Co-Humulone: 22 – 28%,
- Total Oil: 0,6 – 1,3 ml/100 g,
- Myrcene Oil: 22 - 29%,
- Caryophyllene Oil: 4 - 8%,
- Humulene Oil: 30 - 40%,
- Farnesene Oil: 10 - 18%.
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.