Mt Hood Hop Description
Named after the famous Oregon volcano, Mt. Hood is an aroma variety that was bred from the German Hallertauer variety and released in 1989 from the U.S.D.A. breeding program in Oregon. It has clear similarities to German Hallertauer and Hersbrucker, and is typically used in Lagers, Pilsners, Bocks, Wheat, Alt, and Helles beers.
Country of Origin: US
Alpha Acids 4-7%
Yield #’s / acre 1,450 – 1,750
Seasonal Maturity: Early to Mid
Growth Rate: Moderate to High
Sidearm Length: 20-40”
Cone Size: Medium
Cone Density: Moderate to Compact
Resistant to: Moderately to Downy Mildew
Style Guide: Lagers, Pilsners, Bocks, Wheat, Helles,
Aroma: Spicy, Earthy, Herbal
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