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Adeena Hops

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Adeena hops have a very pronounced character. It is a crossbreed of Summit and English Male. The cones are lighter in color and tend to “fluff” out.

Adeena has a spicy flavor that shows hints of pine and lemon along with a strong aroma of pine and grass. This a great hop for lagers, like a Pilsner, or light American style beers.

Usage:Aroma
Country of Origin:United States
Hop Growers Code:ADHA-1940

Where To Buy Adeena Hops

Adeena Hops

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Adeena Flavor And Aroma

Adeena is an aroma hop that is often described to have the following aroma characteristics:

citrus

citrus, lemon

herbal

herbal

spices

spicy

Adeena Hop Oil Breakdown

Hop oils can vary year to year and farm to farm but based on our research, here are the typical values we have seen reported. This information comes from various hop farms, The Hop Aroma Compendium, and For The Love Of Hops.

Alpha Acid % (AA)
Alpha acids are what is isomerized when boiling to create bitterness in beer.
3.5% – 5%
Beta Acid %
Beta acids are what give hops their more aroma and flavor compounds.
3% – 4%
Alpha-Beta Ratio
This ratio of alpha acids to beta acids determines how quickly bitterness fades during aging. Lower ratios are common for aromatic varieties.
1:1 – 2:1
Co-Humulone as a % of Alpha
Higher numbers are said to impart a harsher bitterness.
34% – 38%
Total Oils (mL/100g)
With more total oils, typically comes a more complex hop profile but these are highly volatile compounds.
0.8mL – 1.1mL
Myrcene
green, resinous
27.3% – 29.43%
Humulene
woody, piney
31.3% – 45.4%
Caryophyllene
woody
14.6% – 21.9%
Farnesene
floral
4.3% – 6.6%
Other Oils: Includes beta-ionine, beta-pinene, limonene, linalool, geranoil & selinene0% – 23%
Hop Storage Index (HSI)
The HSI indicates the percent of alpha and beta acids lost after 6 months of storage at room temperature (68°F or 20°C).
Data Unavailable
Hop Storage Index (HSI) RatingData Unavailable

Adeena Hop Substitutions

Replacing one hop for another is seldom straightforward but sometimes you don’t have the right hop or the right quantity of hops for the beer you want to make. For those situations, we have made a comprehensive list of hops to substitute on brew day.

These substitutions aren’t perfect as hop chemistry is pretty complex.

We wanted to make this list of substitutions with varietals that are easy to find when possible. For Adeena, we recommend substituting with the following hops:

Beer Styles

For the most part, any hop could have a place in just about any beer style. Based on popular beers, historical usage, and our own preferences, we would recommend using Adeena hops for Lager, Kolsch, Pilsner, Cream Ale, and Blonde Ale. That being said, experiment and see what works best for you.

References

https://www.hopslist.com/
https://www.ars.usda.gov/
https://www.brewersassociation.org/
https://www.barthhaasx.com/
https://www.yakimachief.com/
Hieronymus, Stan. For The Love of Hops. Brewers Publications, 2012
The Hop Aroma Compendium. 2012