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– Challenger’ [ Dual Purpose ] Developed: Wye College, Kent, England (1961)
[ Alpha Acid: 6.5-8.5% / Beta Acid: 4-4.5% / Co-Humulone Composition: 20-25% / Similar Hops: Perle, Northern Brewer, Cluster + Chinook ]
– Challenger is a Dual Purpose Variety of Hop, bred in 1961 at the Wye College in Kent, England, using Northern Brewer and a German variety. Originally bred to provide High Alpha Acids, Disease Resistance and a pleasant Aroma, including Peach, Lychee, Mango and soft hints of Citrus. Spicy, Resinous, and Floral with some Pine, Fresh Citrus, Mango and Cut Grass on the Palate. Challenger has a moderate Alpha Acid content of 6.5-8.5%, lending Smooth and Balanced Bittering potentials along with refreshing Citrus and Pine in the Aroma. Unique and diverse, however completely versatile across a vast Craft Brewing market, being used in India Pale Ales, Porters, Amber Ales and Single Hopped Ales worldwide. First Commercially Released in 1968, England, United Kingdom.

Brixton Porter [5.0%] 3.35/5 (18)

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Mikkeller Cream Ale [4.9%] 2.96/5 (17)

Mikkeller ApS (Denmark) – Cream Ale [4.9%]  ‘Description Unavailable.’  – Hops: Columbus, Amarillo and Challenger. – Malts: Vienna and  Munich. [ ABV: 4.9% IBU: …