Pacifica (New Zealand) Finishing Dry 20g Hop Pellet Tea Bag 2020 (Alpha Rating 3.9%)
Pacifica is sometimes known as Pacific Hallertau due to its German lineage. It was bred through open pollination of the highly regarded Hallertauer Mittlefrüh variety and released after successful brewing trials in 1994.
Pacifica has classic Hallertau citrus and floral aroma characteristics which enable it to really standout, giving notes of orange, marmalade and lime with citrus, floral and herbal additions. It has a generous oil profile making it suitable for several different beer styles.
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.
Pacifica brings something of a mash-up of new and old-world tastes to the table. It retains that spicy, almost cinnamon like characteristic blended with the New Zealand influence of bright lime, citrus, and floral. Orange marmalade very well describes the citrus aroma notes achieved through adding it late in the brew. Bittering quality is good too: early kettle additions give a soft yet solid finish even in highly bittered beers.
Try Pacifica in a Pilsner, Lager or Porter recipe. Pacifica is Ideally suited to traditional German lager styles yet is currently also finding wider application with a new generation through the craft market's admiration for a good Pale Ale.
Beer Styles -
- German Lager styles, Pilsner, Porter
Aroma Profile -
- Floral, Herbal, Orange, Marmalade
|Country of Origin||New Zealand|