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Challenger(GB) Pellets

Description

A signature variety of the English brewing tradition, Challenger is a granddaughter of Northern Brewer with some Northdown in its lineage as well. It was released in 1972 by Wye College. Although it has limited acres elsewhere, most of this hop s production remains in the UK. As a standalone hop or part of a blend, Challenger excels for boiler, hop back, and cask additions. Right at home in any English ale formulation, it has also found application in some west coast-style American IPAs. The flavor and aroma feature mild to moderately intense spice with elements of evergreen and ripe fruit. As a dry hop, Challenger adds a bright, grassy character. It blends well with earthy or floral varieties.

  • Hop Type: Dual-Purpose
  • Origin: United Kingdom
  • Alpha Acid: 6.3%
  • Similar Varieties: East Kent Goldings, Perle, Styrian Goldings
  • Common Styles: British-style Ale and Lager
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  • Current Alpha Acid: 6.3%

Challenger(GB) Pellets

A signature variety of the English brewing tradition, Challenger is a granddaughter of Northern Brewer with some Northdown in its... Read more

SKU: HP009

$1.75

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    Description

    A signature variety of the English brewing tradition, Challenger is a granddaughter of Northern Brewer with some Northdown in its lineage as well. It was released in 1972 by Wye College. Although it has limited acres elsewhere, most of this hop s production remains in the UK. As a standalone hop or part of a blend, Challenger excels for boiler, hop back, and cask additions. Right at home in any English ale formulation, it has also found application in some west coast-style American IPAs. The flavor and aroma feature mild to moderately intense spice with elements of evergreen and ripe fruit. As a dry hop, Challenger adds a bright, grassy character. It blends well with earthy or floral varieties.

    • Hop Type: Dual-Purpose
    • Origin: United Kingdom
    • Alpha Acid: 6.3%
    • Similar Varieties: East Kent Goldings, Perle, Styrian Goldings
    • Common Styles: British-style Ale and Lager

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