N1/69 Experimental Hops Pellets
|Aroma||Pineapple, Citrus, Melon, and Tropical Fruit|
|Alpha Acid||13.0 - 13.4%|
|Total Oils (ml/100g)||NA|
|Farnesene % of total Oil||NA|
|Main Growing Country||South Africa|
|Beer Style||American Pale Ale/Cream Ale,IPA,Pale Lager|
|Country of Origin||South Africa|
|Alpha Acid||High (10+%)|
Am trying them along with other hops in a NEIPA just bottled now the waiting game
Smelled good out of the bag. Finished a single hop IPA with these, honestly was lackluster. These hops made a decent beer, but I was expecting a lot bigger flavor profile, especially using 4oz per gallon on this one.
It wasn't as citrusy as I had hoped but made a very nice late addition to an IPA brewed with Centennial, and Cascade. Everybody liked it. Will probably go back to Citra.
These were a great addition to my hazy NEIPA! Just like the description says, juicy, fruity, hints of mango and pineapple with a hoppy bite and nice dank deep aroma! Used them in my full 60 min boil as well as a 5 min for aroma. I also used Citra and Mosaic in there as well but would love to do an exclusive with the N1/69!!