Jarrylo Hops Pellets
Let get one thing straight, Jarrylo is not an IPA hop. Or at least it wasn bred that way. Paired with a crisp Pilsner malt base, Jarrylo shines with banana, pear, orange, and fruity spice.
Despite its upbringing estranged from the IPA cool kids, Jarrylo offers complex fruit flavors that make for a very unique Pale Ale and blend seamlessly into an IPA. Indeed, this is how commercial brewers have chosen to use it.
Pronounced Yar-i-lo after the god of fertility, we recommend using Jarrylo monogamously at first. Simple, crisp brews are ideal for showcasing this unique, pleasant hop.Alpha acid: 16.3%
Beta acids: 7.2%
Total Oil: ~3.6 mL / 100g
|Beer Style||American Pale Ale/Cream Ale,Hybrid Beers,IPA,Pale Lager|
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Alpha Acid||High (10+%)|
Thanks all groovy!
Used this in a milkshake IPA recipe I made, these juicy hops definitely helped define the flavor
The taste of pear,banana,orange and fruity spice is true. Using the one hop permits an easy way to evaluate the advertised flavor which are a welcome change in this warmer season !!
It’s a little spicy for my taste
I've done to batches with Jarrylo now and I have 1 ounce left. It will probably use the last ounce for bittering. I gave it three stars because the hop description (in my opinion) does not match the results. I found this hop to be absent of the fruity, orange, pear aromas.If you are buying this to use as a reasonably priced bittering hop that's not over-the-top than add one star. It's perfectly fine for that.