Santiam Hops

Santiam HopsIf you are looking for a good dual purpose hop with noble hop characteristics then Santiam hops may be a good choice…

Santiam hops have slightly higher alpha acid content than your noble hops, but the aroma it spits out is a nice floral and spicy note similar to the German noble hops…

Some of the most popular beer styles where you’ll see this hop variety being used are Lager, Pilsner, Kölsch, Bock, Munich Helles, your lighter US Ales, Belgian Tripel and other Belgian styles looking for this type of aroma…

Here are some of the most important characteristics of this hop variety:

Santiam Hop Profile

Alpha:Beta Ratio:
Alpha Acids: 5.0 – 7.0%
Beta Acids:
6.0 – 8.0%
Co-humulone:
22 – 24% of alpha acids

Total Oils: 1.3 – 1.5 mL per 100 grams
Myrcene: 27 – 36% of total oils
Humulene: 23 – 26% of total oils

If you are looking for a hop substitute look no further than your noble hops German Tettnang hops, German Spalt, German Spalter Select hops.