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African Queen Pellet Hops

African Queen Pellet Hops

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African Queen is a South African bred high alpha hop whose pedigree is a diploid seedling selected from a cross between 91J7/25 and an SA male 94US2/118.  The aroma profile includes dank, blueberries, stone fruit, black currant, gooseberries, bubble gum, lemongrass, and chilies.  African Queen works well with all hop-forward beers, including American and Belgian styles.  Also works well with subtle blended beers such as those with coffee, fruit, and spices. 

African Queen Hop Statistics:
Alpha Acids: 10 – 17.0%
Beta Acids: 4 – 6.0%
Alpha-Beta Ratio: 1.66 – 4.25
Cohumulone: (% of alpha acids): 22 – 27%
Total Oils in mls per 100 grams dried: 0.7 – 1.5
 

StorabilityGood
FormatPellet
OriginSouth Africa
Flavor and AromaDank, Blueberries, Stone Fruit, Black Currant, Gooseberries
Alpha AcidsHigh
UseDual Purpose
Total Oil ContentAverage
CohumuloneAverage
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Sounds interesting
Brandon P on May 27, 2020
It looks tasty
Andrew B W on Feb 8, 2020
Sounds interesting
Brandon P on May 27, 2020
Great Hop for Fruiter IPAs
Nicholas M on May 2, 2020
It looks tasty
Andrew B W on Feb 8, 2020
curiosity
David L on Dec 24, 2019
Great Hop for Fruiter IPAs
Nicholas M on May 2, 2020
curiosity
David L on Dec 24, 2019
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Exotic and flavorful - Give it a try!
In an attempt to broaden my horizons I brewed a Pale Ale (recipe notes below) using 1oz Magnum for bitterning, 2oz African Queen for flavor at 5 mins and 2 oz African Queen for aroma dry hopped.

These hops melded really well with the malts by adding dank, exotic fruity aromas and flavor. There was a clean bitterness with long-tail lemongrass, chile/spicy notes. Very satisfying. My wife said this was one of the top 3 beers I've brewed which is a huge compliment. Took a growler to a party and everyone raved about this beer with some saying this was "brewery quality" and I should open my own brewery with beer this good. Lol. Not bad for an extract brewer.

>> African Queen Pale Ale: 8lbs Ultralight LME, 8oz Crystal 20, 8oz Crystal 40, 8oz Victory Malt, 8oz Munich Malt. 1oz Magnum @ 60, 2oz African Queen @ 5, 2oz African Queen - Dry hop. WLP001 Cal Ale Yeast.(32oz starter, 4oz DME, 24 hrs) 1/16/20 OG: 1.056, Dry hop @ 5 days. 1/25 (9) FG: 1.012 ABV: 5.8%. Malt: Crisply sweet honey toasted bread with dry finish. Hops: dank, exotic fruity aromas and flavor; clean bitterness with long-tail lemongrass chile/spicy notes.
February 4, 2020