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A Dual Purpose hop

Centennial

United States
Centennial

aroma profile: Floral, Citrus

Bred in 1974 and released by Washington State University in 1990, Centennial is an aroma-type cultivar that has found favor as one of the most popular varieties in craft brewing. It is often referred to as a super-Cascade (containing nearly double the alpha content) and can be used for bittering purposes. Centennial is a diploid cross between Brewer's Gold and a USDA male.

Aroma: Specific aroma descriptors include lemon and floral.

Brewing Values

Acid/Oil
Range
Low
High

Alpha Acid

0
20
7-12%

Beta Acid

0
15
3.5-5.5%

Total Oil

0
4
1-3 mL/100g
  • Alpha Acid
    7 - 12%
  • Beta Acid
    3.5 - 5.5%
  • Co-humulone
    23 - 27%
  • Total Oil
    1 - 3 mL/100g
  • B-Pinene
    0.8 - 1% of total oil
  • Myrcene
    55 - 65% of total oil
  • Linalool
    0.6 - 0.9% of total oil
  • Caryophyllene
    5 - 7% of total oil
  • Farnesene
    < 1.0% of total oil
  • Humulene
    10 - 20% of total oil
  • Geraniol
    1.2 - 1.8% of total oil

1 Brewer Reviews

I am not a brewer but I am trying the Granville Island Hotel Dockside Brewing Company Cartwright Pale Ale made with Centennial hops. It is citrus, not as flowery as the Saaz, not as bitter as the Falconers Flight. A good balance.

Paul | Jun 9th, 2016

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