Minnesota Cascade Hops Pellets Grown by Mighty Axe Hops™
We all know and love Cascade hops. They are one of the most versatile hops for any brewer to use. Whether you’re adding Cascade as a Bittering or Aroma hop, you’ll be pleased with the result.
Well, our friends at Mighty Axe have taken classic Cascade and used the rich soil and hardy climate of Central Minnesota to add to the big Grapefruity flavor, and intensify the bright citrus notes.
- Flavor Profile: Big Grapefruit, Bright Citrus Notes, Pine undertones
- Beer Style Recommendations: IPAs, Pale Ale, Amber Ales, Just about Any Style
- Usage: Bittering, Aroma, Flavoring, Whirlpool, Dry Hop
- Alpha Acids: 5.5 - 9.5%
- Beta Acids: 6 - 7.5%
- Total Oils: 0.8 - 2.5
HP158 - 1 oz.
|Hops Format||Pellet Hops|
|Country of Origin||Minnesota, USA|
|Flavor Descriptors||Grapefruit, Citrus, Piney|
|Alpha Acid||Medium (5-10%)|
About Mighty Axe Hops Farm
Mighty Axe Hops is Minnesota’s hop farm that is farmer-owned and operated. At 80 acres of hops, Mighty Axe is the largest hop farm in the entire center of the country. With state of the art on-farm picking, drying, pelleting, and packaging Mighty Axe Hops is a leader in the new-school of hop farming focused on aroma, quality, and terroir (terroir is the name for the effect of growing location on flavor of a food).
Northern Brewer partnered with Mighty Axe Hops because of the genuine passion and care given to each variety of their unique pellet hops. The hands-on care they put towards their craft will produce stand out homebrewed beers for you right now.
I've made one 10 gal batch of beer so far. Ingredients are high quality. Will come back.
Excellent aroma! Very good smelling hops. Distinctive. Packaging withstood shopping without a puncture.
I used these in a single hop farmhouse pale (London ale primary, brettanomyces secondary) in both boil and dry-hop. It turned out fantastic. Lots of west-coast pale ale character (lightly resiny, grapefruit citrus, and maybe a little grassy).