A Dual Purpose hop

Glacier

United States
Glacier

aroma profile: Fruity, Cedar

Released in 2000 by Washington State University, Glacier is an offspring of French Elsasser, Brewer's Gold and Northern Brewer. It was selected for its good yield potential and low co-humulone, providing smoothness and balanced bitterness in beer.

Aroma: Specific aroma descriptors include plum, blackberry and wood.

Brewing Values

Acid/Oil
Range
Low
High

Alpha Acid

0
20
4-7.5%

Beta Acid

0
15
7-10%

Total Oil

0
4
0.8-1 mL/100g
  • Alpha Acid
    4 - 7.5%
  • Beta Acid
    7 - 10%
  • Co-humulone
    13 - 16%
  • Total Oil
    0.8 - 1 mL/100g
  • B-Pinene
    0.2 - 0.6% of total oil
  • Myrcene
    35 - 45% of total oil
  • Linalool
    0.8 - 1.1% of total oil
  • Caryophyllene
    8 - 13% of total oil
  • Farnesene
    < 1.0% of total oil
  • Humulene
    25 - 35% of total oil
  • Geraniol
    0.2 - 0.3% of total oil

2 Brewer Reviews

5

Glacier is great for stouts! It has a mild citrus, earthy, berry aroma. Very smooth bittering. Used it in a 3 gallon blackberry stout with one oz in first boil and one at flame out. Probably will try to use in pale ale, but definitely a winner in porters and stouts.

Trent | Oct 15th, 2016
5

Did an 'almost' one hop IPA with this... almost as I did add a small amount of Columbus. I used 10oz total of Glacier in 5 gal. It is pretty unique and I think it could work for a lot of styles. I am thinking it would be a great match for a hoppy saison, and it would go well in other belgian beers too. I think the description is pretty accurate, but I would add a little 'pine' to the description. I give it 5 stars due to the fact you could use this in so many different beers.

Marcus | Dec 15th, 2016

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