First crossed in 2004, ADHA-484 is still so new on the market it doesn’t even have a name yet. It’s a variety that plays well with others and can be used in a variety of different styles of beers. A friend did a SMaSH with ADHA-484 & Vienna malt and the result was an amazing tropical fruity / citrusy flavor on the front of the palette. Although it has fine aroma characteristics, its high alpha acid content also makes it ideal for bittering purposes.
- Appropriate for English beers or oak-aged beers.
- Aroma: Cedar; woody; bubblegum; spice
- Maturity: Mid to late September
- Yield: 2200 to 2300 lbs/acre
Beers we found on the Interwebs that reportedly use ADHA-484 hops:
Victory’s Alla Spina Halfway IPA
Monadic Ale Single Hop IPA
Victory’s Liberty Bell Ringer
|Typical Analytical Range|
|Alpha Acid Range %:||10.5-12%|
|Beta Acid Range %:||3-5%|
|Co-Humulone as % of alpha:||40-48%|
|Total Oils mls/100gr.:||0.6-1.8% ml/100gr|