Strisselspalt originated in Strasbourg, Alsace, France, and may be related in some way to the German Spalt or Hersbruck. As a classic noble hop, although the planting area is declining due to the low yield per mu, there is still a huge demand in this country and the whole Of Europe.
Stone Hammer has very classic aristocratic hop notes: soft spice, herb and lemon notes. Kronborg's 1,664 brews exclusively from stone hammers, which they Revere as the caviar of hops.
In surveys with samples of more than 100, most winemakers use stone hammers to brew Pilsner, raga, various wheat varieties, and seson, added in mid-to-late boiling and sinned. In dry casting, stone hammer can improve the aroma structure and make hop taste more balanced and reasonable.
Stonehammer is high in polyphenols and can significantly increase turbidity in New England IPA brewing.