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– Azacca’ ADHA 483 [ Dual Purpose ] Developed: American Dwarf Hop Association, Washington State, United States (2013)
[ Alpha Acid: 14-16% / Beta Acid: 4-5.5% / Co-Humulone Composition: 38-45% / Similar Hops: Centennial, Cascade + Columbus, Mosaic + HBC 342 ]
Azacca (ADHA 483) is a Dual Purpose Variety of Hop, developed in 2013 by the American Dwarf Hop Association. Named after the Haitian God of Agriculture, Azacca gives striking Citrus, Floral, and Tropical Fruit qualities, especially when used in Late and Dry Hop additions. Renowned for her Aroma, Azacca displays Mango, Papaya, Orange, Grapefruit, Pine, Pineapple, Grass and Tropical Fruit Qualities on the nose, followed by more Floral Citrus, Pine Needle, Grapefruit and Mandarin on the Palate. Boasting an Alpha Acid Content on 14-16% Azacca is finding it’s place in big West Coast IPA’s, Hoppy Pilsners and various New World Styles. Commercially Grown and Released by the American Dwarf Hop Association, Washington State, United States.