Cascade Cryo Pellets 1 OZ
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Flavor Descriptors: Grapefruit, floral, and spicy.
Alpha Acid %: 11-13%
Total Oil %: 2.5-3.5%
Cryo Hops® utilizes the most innovative technology in cryogenic processing where whole-leaf hops are separated into concentrated lupulin and bract at extremely low temperatures to preserve the essential oils and resins.
The result is an enticing LupuLN2® hop pellet that doubles the hop potency by 40-50% of traditional hop pellets for the same weight.
Producing an enhanced hop flavor with juicy, resinous and fruity characteristics that is perfect for IPA beers and styles.
Cryo Hops provide brewers with the ability to get gigantic hop character while reducing astringent and unpleasant vegetal flavors.
With a substantially higher oil and resin content, LupuLN2 powder (pelletized) offers up all the flavor and aroma of a heavily hopped beer, but with a significantly reduced grassy character.
Additionally, the lower dosage rate of the concentrated powder reduces the volume of trub and therefore, kettle loss.
Using Cryo Hops you will net more beer that is clearer!
Typical usage of Cryo hops would be roughly 50% of standard T-90 pellets.
LupuLN2 powder can be used in any application where traditional hop products are utilized, including bittering, kettle, whirlpool and even direct to the fermentor.
It is suggested that you use Cryo Hops as late additions, in the whirlpool or dry hop, as the volatile aromatic compounds will be driven off if added early in the boil.
AA% Range: 11-13%
Oil Content: 2.5-3.5%
Cryo Hops are an innovative hop product that is made by separating the lupulin from the hop flower using cryogenic processing.
The result is a product with twice the potency of T90 pellets, with reduced astringency and vegetative material.
Note: These hops come pelletized. The powder is compressed into pellet form to make handling easier.
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