Challenger T90 Pellets

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Sold by the Ounce only--> Released to the public in 1972, Challenger hops were developed at Wye College from varieties Northern Brewer and German Zattler. It accounted for a significant percentage of the hops grown in the UK during the 1980‰Ûªs and 1990's Challenger features decent bitterness and a floral aroma and as such are considered fine for bittering or for dry hopping. Its flavor is smooth with balanced floral characteristics, some citrus and a dash of spice. Also Known As Wye Challenger Characteristics Purpose Bittering & Aroma Alpha Acid Composition 6.5%-9% Beta Acid Composition 3.2%-4.5% Co-Humulone Composition 20%-25% Country UK Cone Size Medium to large Cone Density Moderate to compact Seasonal Maturity Late Growth Rate Moderate Resistant to Resistant to downy mildew and powdery mildew Susceptible to Susceptible to verticillium wilt Storability Retains 70%-85% alpha acid after 6 months storage at 20å¼C (68å¼F) Ease of Harvest Difficult Total Oil Composition 1-1.7 mL/100g Myrcene Oil Composition 30%-42% Humulene Oil Composition 25%-32% Caryophyllene Oil 8%-10% Farnesene Oil 1%-3% Substitutes Perle (US),Northern Brewer,
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