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Beer Hops - Centennial Pellets
Centennial hops were first developed back in 1974 from a predominant Brewer’s Gold hop mixed with Fuggle and East Kent Golding, among others. The result was a balanced aromatic and bittering hop which was released in 1990. Sometimes referred to as a Super Cascade, the Centennial hop offers a more citrus heavy aroma and taste that blends perfectly into IPAs, Pale Ales, or Bitters. 
 
An alpha acid range of 9.5% to 11.5% balances the crisp, fruity aroma when added to your boil. While it is easy to find the Centennial hop in both whole and pellet form, it has been said that blending Columbus and Cascade hops provides the closest replacement option. Taste the versatility of Centennial hops in commercial brews like West Coast IPA by Green Flash Brewing Co. or Sierra Nevada’s Celebration Ale.
Hop Statistics
Alpha Acids: 9.5 – 11.5%
Beta Acids: 3.5 – 4.5%
Alpha-Beta Ratio: 2.1 - 3.3
Cohumulone: (% of alpha acids): 28 – 30%
Total Oils in mls per 100 grams dried: 1.5 – 2.5
Storage(% alpha acids remaining after 6 months storage at 68° F) 60 – 65%
Similar Hop Varieties: Cascade, Columbus, Chinook
Storability Average
Format Pellet
Origin American
Flavor and Aroma Citrus, Floral
Alpha Acids Average
Use Aroma/Flavor
Total Oil Content Low

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Beer Hops - Centennial Pellets Centennial hops were first developed back in 1974 from a predominant Brewer’s Gold hop mixed…

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Beer Hops - Centennial Pellets
Centennial hops were first developed back in 1974 from a predominant Brewer’s Gold hop mixed with Fuggle and East Kent Golding, among others. The result was a balanced aromatic and bittering hop which was released in 1990. Sometimes referred to as a Super Cascade, the Centennial hop offers a more citrus heavy aroma and taste that blends perfectly into IPAs, Pale Ales, or Bitters. 
 
An alpha acid range of 9.5% to 11.5% balances the crisp, fruity aroma when added to your boil. While it is easy to find the Centennial hop in both whole and pellet form, it has been said that blending Columbus and Cascade hops provides the closest replacement option. Taste the versatility of Centennial hops in commercial brews like West Coast IPA by Green Flash Brewing Co. or Sierra Nevada’s Celebration Ale.
Hop Statistics
Alpha Acids: 9.5 – 11.5%
Beta Acids: 3.5 – 4.5%
Alpha-Beta Ratio: 2.1 - 3.3
Cohumulone: (% of alpha acids): 28 – 30%
Total Oils in mls per 100 grams dried: 1.5 – 2.5
Storage(% alpha acids remaining after 6 months storage at 68° F) 60 – 65%
Similar Hop Varieties: Cascade, Columbus, Chinook
Storability Average
Format Pellet
Origin American
Flavor and Aroma Citrus, Floral
Alpha Acids Average
Use Aroma/Flavor
Total Oil Content Low
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