I'm still fairly new to brewing so I've only used a few. Cascades, Amarillo, and Saaz come to mind. Just curious what some favorites out there are and what flavors they impart so I can continue to expand my horizons.
Try Simcoe. There is something about cat urine that goes great in Pale Ales.
I'm not sure that describing it as cat urine is a great sales tactic.
Amarillo, Cascade, Centennial, Citra and Simcoe
Most of those have a nice citrus/grapefruit aroma and flavor
Tap 1: Galaxy IPA
Tap 2: Bourbon Honey Brown Ale
Primary 1: Centential Blonde
Primary 2: Belgian IPA
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On Deck: Torpedo IPA
That would have to cascade. I use it in many of the beers I make.
Amarillo and Hallertau
East Kent Goldings.
There are only 10 types of people in this world. Those that understand binary, and those that don't.
I just brewed an APA with Citra Hops and I was very pleased with the results.
I like the Zew Zealand Varietals: Rakau, Pacific Gem, NZ Saaz, NZ Hallertau. THey have a fruitier rather than citrusy quality.