Hop Variety Data Sheet

Lemondrop TM Hopsteiner Experimental Hop #01210

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

Aroma Specification
lemon, mint, green tea, slightly melon
Genetic Origin
Aroma-type hop, originated from a cross between Cascade and USDA 19058 male
Agronomic Aspects
Yield (kg/ha) 2,450 - 2,900
Maturity Medium Early
Main Growing Country USA
Resistance against Diseases
Downy mildew Tolerant
Powdery mildew Susceptible
Chemical Ingredients
Bitter Components
Alpha-Acid % 5.0 - 7.0
Beta-Acid % 4.0 - 6.0
Co-Humulone % rel. 28 - 34
Aroma Components
Total Oils (ml/100g) 1.5 - 2.0
Beta-Caryophyllene: Humulene 0.56 - 0.58
Farnesene % of total Oil 6.00 - 7.00
Linalool % of total Oil 0.4 - 0.6
Linalool: Alpha-Acid 0.08 - 0.09
Hop Alternatives
Cascade, Mandarina Bavaria, Centennial
Dry Hopping
Cascade, Mandarina Bavaria, Centennial

Cones on the Vine
Hop Photos

The name truly says it all. Lemondrop offers a "unique lemon-citrus character with a pleasant aroma." The bright citrus and subtle herbaceous notes are perfect for sessionable beers. While ales tend to bring out her sweeter side, Lemondrop is delicate and refined enough for quality lagers.

Hop Highlights:
5—7% Alpha
4—6% Beta



Last Changed: 07/06/2017