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Hallertauer Magnum’

– Hallertauer Magnum’ ( Hallertau Magnum, Magnum ) [ Bittering Variety ] Developed: German Hop Research Institute, Hull (1980)
[ Alpha Acid: 12-14% / Beta Acid: 4.5-5.5% / Co-Humulone Composition: 24-25% / Similar Hops: Magnum (US), Northern Brewer, Columbus, Nugget ]
– Hallertauer Magnum or German Magnum is a Bittering Variety of Hop, bred at the German Hop Research Institute in Hull, Germany. Boasting a high Alpha Acid Ratio of 10-14%, Hallertauer Magnum asserts a Moderately Clean Bitterness, yet displaying almost no Aroma. Slight hints of Apricot, Pine, Pears, Cut-Grass, Floral-Herbs and even Citrus in the Aroma, with intensified Flavours of Herbs, Grass, Oak Chips and Citrus on the Palate. Commonly used as a Bittering Hop in German Ales, Pilsners and Lagers. First Commercially released in 1982, Germany.

Points Unknown IPA [9.5%] 3.28/5 (28)

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