Hop Name: Canadian Redvine

Common Usage: Aroma

Hop Characteristics
Alpha Range:5.0 - 5.0%
Beta Range:5.0 - 5.0%
Cohumulone Range:47.0 - 47.0%
Humulene Range:2.0 - 2.0%
Myrcene Range:70.0 - 70.0%
Farnesene Range:4.0 - 7.0%
Caryophyllene Range:2.0 - 2%
Total Oil Range:11.2 - 11.2 mL/100g
Canadian Redvine, with its dense and profuse rhizomes, high vigor, excellent yield, and disease resistance makes it seem like a good bet, but it has a very harsh aftertaste which has made producers give it a bye. Very low alpha and high cohumulone together is not a great combo. However, it is sometimes mixed with other hops to provide a bit of a zing to them, and is often used to plant quickly if there is a disease disaster because it can be sown late. Its exact parentage is unknown but from its name, it likely originated in Canada.

Commonly used in:
Red Ale, Canadian Porter, French Porter
Origin: Canada
Storage: Retains 80% alpha acid after 6 months storage at 20 degrees C
Harsh aftertaste but produces a "zing" when paired with other hops.

Possible Substitutions:
None known