Typical alpha: 6.5-9.0%. Moderate bittering power and underappreciated flowery aroma - use for a variety of beers
Perle Hops was bred by the Hull Hop Research Institute in Germany. Perle was introduced in 1978 is one of the most popular varieties grown in Germany, as this variety is used widely in commercial beers around the region. It has done well due to its versatility and resistance to wilt, mildew, and disease.
Perle Hops are also grown in the U.S.A but they originated in Germany. This variety has a healthy bitterness with an alpha acid rating of 5.9%-9.5%. It is a fairly high alpha variety for the region. Perle has a spciy character, and the aroma is moderate and pleasing. It is compared to Hallertau Mittlefru. . The co-humulone content is low like most of the varieties from the region.
Premium hop for brewing German style Pilsners, Lagers, Alts, Dunkles and many more