Tettnang Hops Profile
The Tettnanger variety is a traditional and indigenous hop from the Saaz group which is mainly cultivated around Tettnanger on Lake Constance Germany. The unique combination of the favorable climate at Lake Constance and sandy clay soils from the Ice-age produces a very fine aroma. This variety has a good tolerance to plant diseases. Tettnanger is widely used in lager beer styles. Pedigree: Traditional German landrace variety Aroma Mild and pleasant; slightly spicy.
While Tom’s Brew Shop prefers to source Tettnang hops from Germany, due to supply chain limitations the current stock may have been grown in the USA. Please contact us if you have any questions
Alpha Acids: 2.5 – 5.5 %
Beta Acids: 3.0 – 5.0 %
Cohumulone: 22 – 28 % of alpha acids
Total Oil: 0.5 – 0.9 ml/100g
Myrcene: 20 – 35 % of total oil
Humulene: 22 – 32 % of total oil
Caryophyllene: 6 – 11 % of total oil
Farnesene: 16 – 24 % of total oil
Tom’s Brew Shop Hop Handling Assurance
Tom’s Brew Shop purchases and repackages all hops in vacuum sealed, UV light and moisture barrier bags. We brew with the same hops we sell, so we care about the safe handling and implemented packaging procedures that are best for the shelf stability of the product.