Bred by the American Dwarf Hop Association, Jarrylo is named after the Slavic God of Vegetation, Fertility, and Springtime. Jarrylo's aromas can be classified as unique in the sense that along with its orange, strong lemon lime, and a clean, bright white wine characteristics, it differs from Citra and other citrus scented hops. Brewers tend to use this hop more as a finishing hop but its high alpha acids can give way to a clean bitterness if used early on.
Brewing Usage: Dual Purpose
Aroma: Specific aroma descriptors include clean bright white wine, strong lemon lime, orange, pear, and mild spice.
Alpha Acids: 15 - 17%
Beta Acids: 6 - 7.5%
Co-Humolone: 34 - 37% of alpha acids
Total Oil: 3.6 - 4.3 mL/100g
Possible Substitutions: Mosaic, Motueka, Nelson Sauvin
Typical Beer Styles: Wheat Beers, Saisons, Pale Ales
*All hops in stock are stored in a cold environment to ensure the highest freshness possible. Alpha and Beta acid amounts vary between batches and may not be exactly as pictured, however are generally with in the ranges stated above.