PILGRIM UK Hops Pellets

PILGRIM:

Brewing Quality

In brewing trials Pigrim has performed well as a replacement for high alpha or dual purpose hops. Because of its alpha it has been compared to Target more than any other variety. It has however a much hoppier aroma than Target due to its higher levels of Humulene and Challenger-like Selinene levels. From early storage trials stability of the alpha acids in Pilgrim seem to be excellent.

Origin/History

Pilgrim is a mid-late ripening very Wilt resistant dual-purpose variety (9 - 13% alpha) which was developed at HRI Wye and released in 2000. It has the same father as First Gold and Herald although it is not a dwarf variety.

Agronomics

Pilgrim has a very vigorous growth habit and has good resistance to both powdery and downy mildew. It has shown to be the most Wilt resistant variety to date and is a very high yielder.

Analytical Information

Alpha Acid: % 9-13

Alpha/Beta Ratio: 2.4:1

Beta Acid: % 4.3-5.0

Co-humulone: (%A.Acid) 36-38

Total Oil: % 1.8

Oil Composition

Caryophyllene: 7.3%

Farnesene: 0.3%

Humulene: 16.9%

Myrcene: 36%

Selinene: 8.6%