Cashmere Hop Plant

Cashmere Hop Description

Cashmere was released by Washington State Univ in 2013. A daughter of Cascade, it includes Northern Brewer germplasm through the male parent. The alpha acid content of Cashmere is higher than Cascade. Cashmere has a mild herbal aroma and smooth bitterness.
Country of Origin: US
Alpha Acids 7.7-9.1%
Beta Acids 6.4-7.1%
Yield #’s / acre 1,800 – 2,000
Purpose: Dual
Co-Humulone  22-24%
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Style Guide: Saison
Aroma: Fruity, Citrus, Herbal
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If you’d like more information on our other hop varieties, we have available as hops starter plants select the variety you’re interested in below.

AlphAroma, Bramling,  Cascade,  Cashmere,  Centennial,  Chinook,  Cluster L8 Columbia,  Comet,  Crystal,  Eroica,  Fuggle H,  Galena,  Glacier,  Hallertau m.f,  Horizon,  Liberty,  Magnum,  Mt Hood,  Mt Rainier,  NewPort,  Northern Brewer,  NuggetOlympic,   Oregon Cluster,  PerlePocket Talisman,  Saaz 72,  Sorachi AceSterling, Styrian Golding,  Tahoma,  Teamaker,  Tettnanger Triple Pearl,   UK Serebrianka,  Ultra,  VanGuard,  Willamette,  Yakima GoldZatecki Cerveni,  Zeus

      

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