Tettnang Tettnanger Hops
Grown around its native village of Tettnang in southwest Germany and in small quantities near lake Konstanz in Switzerland.
Though characteristically similar to Hallertau and genetically similar to Saaz, it has notably more farnesene content giving it a soft spiciness and a subtle, balanced, floral and herbal aroma. It is also great as a dual-use hop, and considered by many as being particularly well suited to European lagers and pilsners.
- Alpha Acid: 3%-5.8%
- Form: Pellet
- Beta Acid: 2.8 – 5.3%
- Co-Humulone: 24%
Total Oils: 0.36-1.27 mL/100g
Bitter, California Blonde Ale, Red Ale, Pilsner, Lager, American Amber Ale, Winter Ale, Pale Ale, Wheat Beer, Bavarian Hefeweizen, Cream Ale, American Lager
Saaz, Spalt, Santiam, Spalter Select