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    Stirling hops

    Release time:2022-02-19 14:42    Views

    Stirling hops


    Stirling is an alternative to Suze, known as super Suze. From Saz and a variety of fragrant hops, male code 21361MA1E, female code 21522FEMa1e, developed in 1990.


    It has saz, Cathcart, German unknown flower number 34035M and brewing gold. Stirling is considered to be a hop with both Saz and Hood advantages. The aroma is dominated by herbs and spices, with light citrus and fruity notes. Similar in flavor to Czech saz, it has a higher hop oil content and is cheaper to brew.


    Stirling brews pilsner and lager very well, as well as ayres in Belgium, and fits almost every other known beer type.


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    Conventional indicators

    Alpha acid

    4.6-6.0%

    Beta acid

    3.6-4.2%

    The ketone of humulus scandens

    29.0-32.0%

    The total oil

    0.6-1.6ml/100g

    The aroma components

    myrcene

    22.0-32.0%

    Humulus scandens ene

    31.0-35.0%

    caryophyllene

    12.0-14.0%

    Fanny ene

    7.0-10.0

    Other indicators

    In the alcohol w/w

    0.4-0.7%

                    Geraniol w/w

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                         0.1-0.5%

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    Beta pinene w/w

    0.5-0.6%

                  

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