Hop Variety Data Sheet

Apollo TM Hopsteiner Experimental Hop #01051

Aroma Evaluation
Rated by the smell of raw Hops on a 0-5 Scale
Visual Evaluation
Hop Cone
Hop Leaf


Aroma Specification
lime, grapefruit, pine
Genetic Origin
Zeus x (98001 x USDA 19058m).
Agronomic Aspects
Growing
Yield (kg/ha) 2,900 - 3,000
Yield (lbs/acre) 2,600 - 2,700
Maturity Very Late
Main Growing Country USA
Acreage (ha) 375
Resistance against Diseases
Downy mildew Resistant
Powdery mildew Susceptible
Chemical Ingredients
Bitter Components
Alpha-Acid % 15.0 - 19.0
Beta-Acid % 5.5 - 8.0
Co-Humulone % rel. 24 - 28
Hard Resins : Alpha-Acid 0.14 - 0.24
Polyphenoles
Xanthohumol (EBC 7.7) 0.6 - 0.9
Aroma Components
Total Oils (ml/100g) 0.8 - 2.5
Beta-Caryophyllene: Humulene 0.35 - 0.62
Farnesene % of total Oil 0.00 - 1.00
Linalool % of total Oil 0.2 - 0.4
Linalool: Alpha-Acid 0.01 - 0.02
Hop Alternatives
Brewhouse
Zeus, Nugget
Dry Hopping
Zeus, Nugget

Cones on the Vine
Hop Photos


Apollo packs punch. Traditionally a high-alpha bittering variety, Apollo also lends grapefruit citrus and resinous notes when applied as a dry-hop. "Think West Coast–style IPA’s and you know exactly what this hop delivers." Try substituting Apollo for Zeus or Nugget in your next brew.

Hop Highlights:
15—19% Alpha
5.5—8% Beta
High Yield
Excellent Storage Stability


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