NZH-107 Experimental Hops Pellets - New Zealand
NZH-107 is a proprietary experimental hop blend developed jointly between New Zealand Hops, Ltd. and Brewers Supply Group and showcases intense tropical fruit and citrus character. NZH-107 has intense tropical fruit (guava/passion fruit) and citrus (grapefruit/lime) aroma characteristics. During brewing trials the NZH-107 was consistently noted to have intense tropical fruit and citrus qualities; with guava, passion fruit, grapefruit, and lime specifically called out.
Brewing Application: NZH-107 is an excellent hop solution for many applications from first wort addition to dry hop additions. Given the big character of NZH-107, early trials are focused on intensely hop-forward styles like IPAs, pale ales, and dry-hopped pale lagers.
- Flavor Profile: Tropical Fruit, Citrus, Guava, Passion Fruit
- Beer Style Recommendations: IPAs, Pale Ales, dry-hopped Pale Lagers
- Usage: Aroma/Flavor, Whirlpool/DryHop
NZH-107 Hop Statistics:
- Alpha Acid: 8.0-11.0%
- Beta Acid: 5.0-7.0%
- Co-Humulone as % of Alpha: 27-31%
- Total Oil mL/100 g: 1.4-2.2
- Myrcene: 55 - 65%
- Humulene: 7 - 10%
- Caryophyllene: 4 - 8%
- Farnesene: 4 - 7%
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HP164 - 1 oz.
HP164E - 8 oz.
|Hops Format||Pellet Hops|
|Country of Origin||Australia/New Zealand|
|Flavor Descriptors||Citrus, Tropical Fruit, Guava, Grapefruit|
|Alpha Acid||High (10+%)|
Breeding & Development
NZH-107 is a proprietary experimental hop blend developed jointly between New Zealand Hops, Ltd. and Brewers Supply Group. NZH-107 was created as part of the BSG Hop Solutions Program and is exclusively sold through BSG.
About BSG Hop Solutions:
BSG Hop Solutions is a joint effort between the brewers, hop specialists, and brewing scientists on staff at BSG, BSG Hops, and the Rahr Technical Center. Launched in 2019, this new product portfolio will be an incubator for innovation in hops and hop products.
Made a hoppy tropical wheat and turned out great.
Gave nice pineapple aroma and tropical flavor
Used it in an 60 minute IPA and dry hopped, gave it a very sweet and fruity aroma. Reminiscent of guava and/or papaya. Just bottled yesterday, will update with flavor review when ready.
I haven't tried the brew I made with this particular hop. I just bottle the brew 3 days go and I will not try the batch until May 17 200.