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Galena has been used in everything from English to American style ales for its bittering properties as it gives a very clean bitterness that won’t provide any off flavors. It is, however, a flexible variety that also goes well in a porter or a stout. Used for flavor rather than bittering, Galena will give off hints of citrus that are different than Cascade, but still worth a quaff.
- Aroma: Pleasant, Tropical Citrus, grapefruit
- Maturity: Early to mid season
- Yield: 1700 – 2100 lbs/acre
Beers we found on the Interwebs that reportedly use Galena hops:
Kona Brewing Co. Fire Rock Pale Ale
Joseph James Brewing Co. Tahoe Blue
Two Beers Brewing Co. Echo IPA
Du Claw Brewing Co Hellrazer
Titanic Brewery Iceberg
|Typical Analytical Range|
|Alpha Acid Range %:||11.5-13.5%|
|Beta Acid Range %:||7.2-8.7%|
|Co-Humulone as % of alpha:||36-40%|
|Total Oils mls/100gr.:||0.9-1.3% ml/100gr|