Columbus Pellet Hops

Columbus Pellet Hops is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5.
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This high-alpha hop has gained a lot of favor for its aromatic qualities. Bright, floral, spicy, and pungent, Columbus hops are great in American Ales, from IPAs and Pale Ales to Stouts and Porters.

NET WEIGHT 1/2 OUNCE (14 GRAMS) | ALPHA ACID 14-16%

$1.59
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This high-alpha hop has gained a lot of favor for its aromatic qualities. Bright, floral, spicy, and pungent, Columbus hops are great in American Ales, from IPAs and Pale Ales to Stouts and Porters.

A common commercial example of this hop in use is by Oskar Blues in their Deviant Dale’s Pale Ale.

NET WEIGHT 1/2 OUNCE (14 GRAMS) | ALPHA ACID 14-16%

These hops are added at the beginning of the boil. Typically, this is a 60 minute boil, but since our kits already have bittering hops added, any supplemental bittering hops will be boiled for no longer than 20 minutes.

The higher the alpha acid % and the longer the hops are boiled, the more bitterness the hops will impart. When boiling hops with our kits, it is highly recommended that you add a Liquid or Dry Malt Extract Softpack to the boil, or the hops won’t leave behind any bitterness. Do NOT boil the Brewing Extract.

Rated 5 out of 5 by Beer Chicken from Good Hops For IPA The Columbus hops added the right amount of bitter to my recipe.
Date published: 2020-05-04
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