Willamette Hop Description
Willamette was released in 1976 from the U.S.D.A. breeding program. It is a daughter of the classic English variety, Fuggle, and is characterized by a low alpha content and mild aroma. Willamette is the most widely grown U.S. aroma hop. It imparts a mild, slightly spicy, and pleasant aroma in beer.
Country of Origin: US
Alpha Acids: 4-6%
Yield #’s / acre 1,300-1,700
Seasonal Maturity: Early to Mid
Growth Rate: High
Sidearm Length: 24-40”
Cone Size: Small to Medium
Cone Density: Loose to Moderate
Resistant to: Downy Mildew
Style Guide: Ales, Porters
Aroma: Floral, Spicy
Substitutes: Fuggle, Syrian Golding, Tettnanger, Glacier
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