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    First Gold Hops (pellets 90gm)

    $9.50
    SKU: FIRSTGOLDUKPEL90
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    First Gold hop pellets. UK - Crop '16 (AA 6.8%)  Bulk price (450gm+) = $8.50 per 90gm
    An attractive aroma not dissimilar to a Golding,
    but displays some of the flavour notes identifiable with its W.G.V. mother

    English First Gold

    A cross-pollination of W.G.V and a dwarf male.

    Characteristics
    Aroma: An attractive aroma not dissimilar to a Golding, but displays some of the flavour notes identifiable with its W.G.V. mother
    Cone Structure: Good size firm cones
    Lupulin: No indications

    Growth & Harvest Information
    Growth Habit: Dwarf. Short laterals. Very well hopped down.
    Maturity: Mid-season
    Yield: 1,300 - 1,900 kg./ha.
    Pickability: Satisfactory
    Drying and Baling: No problems
    Storageability: Very good
    Disease Reaction: Resistant to Powdery Mildew. Moderate resistance to Verticillium Wilt. Susceptible to Downy Mildew.

    Acid Composition
    Alpha Acid: 5.6 - 8.7% w/w
    Beta Acids: 2.3 - 4.1% w/w
    Co-Humulone: 29 - 36% of alpha acids

    Oil Composition
    Total Oil: 0.7- 1.5mls/100 grams
    Myrcene: 27- 28% of whole oil
    Humulene: 20- 24% of whole oil
    Caryophyllene: 6 - 7% of whole oil
    Farnesene: 3% of whole oil

    General Trade Perception
    First gold is the first "commercial" dwarf aroma variety. The aroma qualitites it has inherited, coupled with its rather higher alpha gives this new variety the ability to be used at all stages during brewing.

    Other Information
    First Gold is one of England's revolutionary new dwarf hop varieties. It has many of Golding's flavour characteristics, but with a higher alpha acid (c 8.5%). The hop gives a rich, citrus character to beers, with orange peel and dried apricot. A very adaptable. all round hop for fruity bitters, ales, stronger flavoured summer beers and IPAs. Beers which use this hop assertively include:- Adnam’s bottled Broadside IPA, Young’s First Gold & Freeminers’s Gold standard

    PRICE BREAKS - The more you buy, the more you save
    Quantity
    0
    5
    Price
    $9.50
    $8.50

    First Gold hop pellets. UK - Crop '16 (AA 6.8%)  Bulk price (450gm+) = $8.50 per 90gm
    An attractive aroma not dissimilar to a Golding,
    but displays some of the flavour notes identifiable with its W.G.V. mother

    English First Gold

    A cross-pollination of W.G.V and a dwarf male.

    Characteristics
    Aroma: An attractive aroma not dissimilar to a Golding, but displays some of the flavour notes identifiable with its W.G.V. mother
    Cone Structure: Good size firm cones
    Lupulin: No indications

    Growth & Harvest Information
    Growth Habit: Dwarf. Short laterals. Very well hopped down.
    Maturity: Mid-season
    Yield: 1,300 - 1,900 kg./ha.
    Pickability: Satisfactory
    Drying and Baling: No problems
    Storageability: Very good
    Disease Reaction: Resistant to Powdery Mildew. Moderate resistance to Verticillium Wilt. Susceptible to Downy Mildew.

    Acid Composition
    Alpha Acid: 5.6 - 8.7% w/w
    Beta Acids: 2.3 - 4.1% w/w
    Co-Humulone: 29 - 36% of alpha acids

    Oil Composition
    Total Oil: 0.7- 1.5mls/100 grams
    Myrcene: 27- 28% of whole oil
    Humulene: 20- 24% of whole oil
    Caryophyllene: 6 - 7% of whole oil
    Farnesene: 3% of whole oil

    General Trade Perception
    First gold is the first "commercial" dwarf aroma variety. The aroma qualitites it has inherited, coupled with its rather higher alpha gives this new variety the ability to be used at all stages during brewing.

    Other Information
    First Gold is one of England's revolutionary new dwarf hop varieties. It has many of Golding's flavour characteristics, but with a higher alpha acid (c 8.5%). The hop gives a rich, citrus character to beers, with orange peel and dried apricot. A very adaptable. all round hop for fruity bitters, ales, stronger flavoured summer beers and IPAs. Beers which use this hop assertively include:- Adnam’s bottled Broadside IPA, Young’s First Gold & Freeminers’s Gold standard