HOP VARIETY: SANTIAM

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  • Pedigree: 61021 x 21618M. Pedigree includes Swiss diploid Tettnanger clone (mother) and a tetraploid Hallertauer Mittelfrüh (grandmother). Named after the Santiam River in Oregon.
  • General Trade Perception: A recently developed American aroma hop released by USDA-ARS for commercial production in the spring of 1997. It has high yield potential and Noble hop characteristics.
  • Possible substitutions: German Tettnanger, Spalt, Spalter Select.
  • Beer Styles: Lager, US Ales, Pilsner, Belgian Tripel & other Belgian styles.
  • Maturity: Medium
  • Yield: Very good, 1400-2100 lb./ac. (over a 4-year period)
  • Growth Habit: Very good
  • Disease Reaction: Resistant to downy mildew, tolerant to moderately susceptible to verticillium wilt. Free of all five major hop viruses at the time of its release (1997).
  • Cone-Structure: Small to medium density.
  • Aroma: Floral, slightly spicy.
  • Lupulin: Moderate amount
 

Alpha Acids
5 to 7%
Beta Acids
6 to 8%
Alpha/Beta Ratio
0.85
Co-Humulone
22 to 24%
Humulone
-
Storage Stability
Average
Oil Content (mls/100g)
1.3 to 1.5
Humulene ( % in oil)
5 to 8%
Caryophyllene
8 to 14%
Hum/Cary Ratio
3.2 to 3.6
Farnesene
8 to 14%