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Eureka!™ Hop Pellets

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A high-alpha offspring of Apollo and German Merkur, Eureka! can be described as spicy and herbal with aromas of pine, mint, grapefruit rind, tangerine, citrus, and dark fruits. Suited for bittering additions or for brewers looking for new varieties to use in late additions or whirlpooling.

Eureka!™ hops are often used in pale ales, IPAs, IIPAs, and American Barley Wines.

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Eureka!™ Hop Pellets

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A high-alpha offspring of Apollo and German Merkur, Eureka! can be described as spicy and herbal with aromas of pine, mint, grapefruit rind, tangerine, citrus, and dark fruits. Suited for bittering additions or for brewers looking for new varieties to use in late additions or whirlpooling.

Typical UsageDual Purpose
Main Growing CountryUSA
Genetic OriginApollo, Merkur
AromaBlack Currant, Dark Fruits, Strong Herbal notes, Pine Tree
Alpha Acid17 - 19.9%
Beta Acid%4.6 - 6.0%
Total Oils (ml/100g)2.5 - 4.4
Farnesene % of total Oil0.10 - 0.30
Linalool % of total Oil0.2 - 0.5
Additional Information
Hop Form Pellet
Alpha Acid Level High (10+%)
Country of Origin USA
Flavor Descriptors Herbal, Piney, Spicy
Hop Parentage Apollo, Merkur
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I love to brew single-hop IPA's and American Strong Ales. The Eureka! hops are very aromatic and flavorful, with lots of spice, citrus and stone fruits. Very complex taste and aroma, so it stands strong as a single hop. I recently finished my own recipe Strong American Ale with Pale 2-row, Victory and Aromatic Malts with 1 oz of Eureka in the boil and at FO, with another 2 oz dry hopped in the primary at 1 week after beginning of fermentation. This is one of the best beers I have made, and have entered it in the Delaware State Fair in July. The other two hops I often use as a single hop in my recipes are HBC-438 and Mosaic.
June 22, 2017
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