Bravo T90 (USA) Finishing Dry 20g Hop Pellet Tea Bag (Alpha Rating: 15.8% )
Bravo hops were developed in the early 2000's as an open pollination super alpha variety. Bravo typically sits around 14-17% Alpha Acid and because of this quickly became 'The' bittering hop for both professional and home brewers. Despite its well-respected reputation as a bittering hop, Bravo isn't as one-dimensional as it might seem. It also contributes fruity and floral tones that work well in IPAs, Pale Ales, and Red Ales.
Get Er Brewed finishing hops are a simple way to add a fresh aroma and taste to your beer kit. They can be used by dry hopping ( simply add the infusion bag straight to the wort) or late hopping (placing the bag into hot water to make a hop tea which is then poured into the wort).
Each pack contains 20 grams of hop pellets in a easy to use infusion bag.
- Pale Ales
- Red Ales
|Country of Origin||USA
|Alpha Acids||14 to 17%|
||3.0 - 5.0%|
|Cohumulone||29 - 34%|
|Myrcene||25 - 50%|
|Humulene||18 - 20%|
|Caryophyllene||10 - 12 % of total oil|
|Total Oil||1.6 - 2.4 ml/100g|
|Farnesene||< 1 % of total oil|
Bravo Hop Substitutions
Bravo hops carry a lot of the same flavour profiles and characteristics as Columbus making these hops the best substitutions in your next recipe.