Centennial Hop Description
Centennial is an aroma variety that was released in 1990. It was derived from three-quarters Brewer’s Gold with minor contributions from Fuggle, East Kent Golding and others. It is among the most popular varieties for U.S. craft brewers and is sometimes referred to as a super Cascade.
Country of Origin: US
Alpha Acids 9.5-11%
Yield #’s / acre 1,500 – 1,750
Seasonal Maturity: Mid
Growth Rate: Moderate
Cone Size: Medium
Cone Density: Compact
Sidearm Length: 12-30”
Resistant to: Moderately to Downy mildew
Style Guide: Extra Special Bitter, Barley Wine, Imperial Stout, Pale Ale
Aroma: Floral, Citrus
Substitutes: Chinook, Galena, Nugget, Zeus, Columbus, Cascade
If you’d like more information on other hop varieties we have available, select the variety you’re interested in below.
AlphAroma, Bramling, Canadian Redvine, 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, Nugget, Olympic, Oregon Cluster, Perle, Pocket Talisman, Saaz 72, Sorachi Ace, Sterling, Styrian Golding, Tahoma, Teamaker, Tettnanger, Triple Pearl, Triumph, UK Serebrianka, Ultra, VanGuard, Willamette, Yakima Gold, Zatecki Cerveni, Zeus