SI Styrian Golding Celeia

Hop Description

This Slovenian variety is often referred to confusingly as Styrian Golding, and its earthy, spicy, floral, and citrusy aroma places it somewhere between a noble hop and the classic English Fuggle—widely accepted as Celeia’s actual ancestor. It’s quite versatile for classic styles.

Aroma Profile

Herbal/Earthy, Spicy, Citrus

  • Brewing Values

Alpha 3 - 6.5 %

Beta 2 - 3.3 %

Total Oil 0.6 - 3.6 ml/100g

Cohumulone 26 - 31 %

Myrcene 26 - 40 %

Humulene 18 - 23 %

Caryophyline 8 - 9 %

Farnesene 3-7%

Storage Good

ALPHA

BETA

TOTAL OIL (ml/100g)

Similar Hops

Golding

Alpha

4-6%

Beta

2-3%

Total Oil

0.5-1 (ml/100)

MAIN AROMAS

Floral, Stone Fruit, Herbal/Earthy

DESCRIPTION

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Pairs Well With

CZ Saaz

Alpha

2.5-6%

Beta

4-8%

Total Oil

0.4-1 (ml/100)

MAIN AROMAS

Herbal/Earthy

DESCRIPTION

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Sterling

Alpha

6-9%

Beta

4-6%

Total Oil

1.3-1.9 (ml/100)

MAIN AROMAS

Herbal/Earthy, Spicy, Floral

DESCRIPTION

Sterling is often utilized as a replacement for one of its primary parents, noble ...

Mt. Hood

Alpha

4-7%

Beta

5-8%

Total Oil

1.2-1.7 (ml/100)

MAIN AROMAS

Herbal/Earthy, Woody/Tobacco, Floral

DESCRIPTION

Named for Oregon’s Mt. Hood and released in 1989, this half-sister to Liberty, ...