Hop Name: Centennial

Common Usage: Both

Hop Characteristics
Alpha Range:9.5 - 11.5%
Beta Range:9.5 - 11.5%
Cohumulone Range:28.0 - 30.0%
Humulene Range:10.0 - 18.0%
Myrcene Range:45.0 - 60.0%
Farnesene Range:0.0 - 1.0%
Caryophyllene Range:4.0 - 8%
Total Oil Range:1.5 - 2.5 mL/100g
Centennial Hops is at times referred to as a Super Cascade, but it doesn’t have the as much of the citrusy characteristics of the Cascades. Centennial is a much celebrated hop in its versatility. With its depth of bitterness along with a forward aroma, the two balance each other out beautifully. With its alpha acid content of 9.5-11.5%, it is well suited to Pale Ales and IPAs. Floral in both flavor and aroma, these notes are prevalent in the beers into which they are brewed. Centennial has had its ups and downs in the industry, and is now experiencing a return to popularity.

Commonly used in:
American-style Ale
Origin: US
Storage: 60 - 65% alpha remaining after 6 months
Medium intensity floral and citrus (lemon) tones

Possible Substitutions:
Amarillo  Cascade  Columbus  Summit  Chinook  Ahtanum  Aramis  Triskel  Cekin