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    Cluster

    America’s original hop is still the one for throwback and historical recipes.
    SKU: HCLU0044

    Breeding/Development: USA. Cluster is the oldest hop variety grown in the US, and until  relatively recently it accounted for the majority of the acreage as well. The prevailing theory of its origin is pollination of hop varieties cultivated by English and Dutch settlers by indigenous wild hops.

    Brewing Application: With balanced bittering and pungent but not unpleasant aromatics, Cluster adds to the authenticity of historical recipes as well as throwback American lager styles.

    Sensory: Somewhat strong and largely underrated. Spicy and floral with an earthy blackcurrant undertone.

    Botanical Classification:
    Family: Cannabaceae
    Genus: Humulus
    Species: Lupulus

    Maturity: Middle

    Yield: 1900 - 2100 lbs/acre

     

    INFO SHEET

    Products specifications
    Alpha Acid Range % 5.5 - 8.5
    Beta Acid Range % 4.5 - 5.5
    Co-Humulone as % of Alpha 37 - 43
    Total Oil mL/100 g 0.4 - 0.8

    Breeding/Development: USA. Cluster is the oldest hop variety grown in the US, and until  relatively recently it accounted for the majority of the acreage as well. The prevailing theory of its origin is pollination of hop varieties cultivated by English and Dutch settlers by indigenous wild hops.

    Brewing Application: With balanced bittering and pungent but not unpleasant aromatics, Cluster adds to the authenticity of historical recipes as well as throwback American lager styles.

    Sensory: Somewhat strong and largely underrated. Spicy and floral with an earthy blackcurrant undertone.

    Botanical Classification:
    Family: Cannabaceae
    Genus: Humulus
    Species: Lupulus

    Maturity: Middle

    Yield: 1900 - 2100 lbs/acre

     

    INFO SHEET

    Products specifications
    Alpha Acid Range % 5.5 - 8.5
    Beta Acid Range % 4.5 - 5.5
    Co-Humulone as % of Alpha 37 - 43
    Total Oil mL/100 g 0.4 - 0.8