Medium to heavy spice, hints of grapefruit with distinct piney aroma. Good bittering hop that can be used for flavoring and aroma.
Use in: American Lager, Brown Ale, porter, Stout, Pale Ale
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Tremendous value for hops! Brewing is more fun when you have great ingredients like these Chinook hops. Using them mostly as a first wort hop, then pulling them out a few minutes after the boil starts. Will use the rest for dry hopping. Thanks Farmhouse!
Good hops for almost any IPA. Good service by Farmhouse. I use it primarily for bittering but first wort hop, maybe why I notice none of the harshness others have.
This hop gives a very pleasant grapefruit flavor on its own, with some pine and spice. Surprisingly good in a SMaSH, and goes really well with citra. I haven't experienced the harsh bitterness that many note, but that may due to year-by-year variations. When young it can have a bit of cat pee that goes away with age.
I really don't like this hop, it is total cat pee on it's own as a dry hop and has a spicy flavor I'm not fond of that really cut through other hops even when used at less than 20%.
I love this hop, especially when I'm trying an arrogant b@@##$d clone. My fermenator smells amazing right now. Floral, piney, citrusy, pretty much just like a bag of hops.