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    WGV Hops (Pellets 90gm)

    $8.90
    SKU: WGVUKPEL90
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    English Whitbread's Golding Variety (WGV-1147)year 2014 aa 5.3% Bulk price (450gm+) = $7.90 per 90gm
    Bred in England in 1911 from open pollination of Bates Brewer. Neither WGV-1147 nor its mother are true Goldings

    Characteristics
    Aroma: Quite pleasant and hoppy, moderately intense. Not dissimilar to Golding but more robust with distinguishing sweet fruity note
    Cone Structure: Medium, quite loose cone.
    Lupulin: Medium yellow, fairly abundant.

    Growth & Harvest Information
    Growth Habit: Not very vigorous or high yielding
    Maturity: Early, mid-season
    Yield: 1,350 - 1,600 kg./ha or 1,200 - 1,450 lb./ac.
    Pickability: Cones do not hang well and tend to shatter through the machine.
    Drying and Baling: Care must be taken to avoid shattering.
    Storageability: 60 - 70% of alpha acids remaining after six (6) months storage @ 20° C.
    Disease Reaction: Tolerant to progressive Verticillium wilt and to hop mosaic virus. Downy and powdery mildew can be troublesome in this variety.

    Acid Composition
    Alpha Acid: 5.0 - 7.5% w/w
    Beta Acids: 2.0 - 3.3% w/w
    Co-Humulone: 32 - 43% of alpha acids

    Oil Composition
    Total Oil: 0.8 - 1.4 mls/100 grams
    Myrcene: 21- 27% of whole oil
    Humulene: 39 - 44% of whole oil
    Caryophyllene: 12 - 14% of whole oil
    Farnesene: 1 - 3% of whole oil

    General Trade Perception
    A good general purpose aroma variety but lacking the fineness in aroma of a true Golding.

    Other Information
    Became important in the U.K. when Verticillium wilt reduced the area available for Fuggles or Goldings. A variety that is gaining in popularty.

    Information source: Joh. Barth & Sohn

    PRICE BREAKS - The more you buy, the more you save
    Quantity
    0
    5
    Price
    $8.90
    $7.90

    English Whitbread's Golding Variety (WGV-1147)year 2014 aa 5.3% Bulk price (450gm+) = $7.90 per 90gm
    Bred in England in 1911 from open pollination of Bates Brewer. Neither WGV-1147 nor its mother are true Goldings

    Characteristics
    Aroma: Quite pleasant and hoppy, moderately intense. Not dissimilar to Golding but more robust with distinguishing sweet fruity note
    Cone Structure: Medium, quite loose cone.
    Lupulin: Medium yellow, fairly abundant.

    Growth & Harvest Information
    Growth Habit: Not very vigorous or high yielding
    Maturity: Early, mid-season
    Yield: 1,350 - 1,600 kg./ha or 1,200 - 1,450 lb./ac.
    Pickability: Cones do not hang well and tend to shatter through the machine.
    Drying and Baling: Care must be taken to avoid shattering.
    Storageability: 60 - 70% of alpha acids remaining after six (6) months storage @ 20° C.
    Disease Reaction: Tolerant to progressive Verticillium wilt and to hop mosaic virus. Downy and powdery mildew can be troublesome in this variety.

    Acid Composition
    Alpha Acid: 5.0 - 7.5% w/w
    Beta Acids: 2.0 - 3.3% w/w
    Co-Humulone: 32 - 43% of alpha acids

    Oil Composition
    Total Oil: 0.8 - 1.4 mls/100 grams
    Myrcene: 21- 27% of whole oil
    Humulene: 39 - 44% of whole oil
    Caryophyllene: 12 - 14% of whole oil
    Farnesene: 1 - 3% of whole oil

    General Trade Perception
    A good general purpose aroma variety but lacking the fineness in aroma of a true Golding.

    Other Information
    Became important in the U.K. when Verticillium wilt reduced the area available for Fuggles or Goldings. A variety that is gaining in popularty.

    Information source: Joh. Barth & Sohn