Simcoe Cryo LupuLN2 (US) Hop Pellets - 1 oz package
Simcoe provides a smooth bitterness and flavours described as citrusy, grapefruit and pine. A complex hop favoured by professionals and homebrewers alike, it's no wonder this variety is always in short supply. Great for both bittering and flavour/aroma additions. Excellent choice for dry-hopping. For use in West Coast IPA's, Pale Ales, Barleywines and more.
LupuLN2™ hop powder and pellets are produced from whole leaf hops using YCH HOPS’ proprietary cryogenic separation process that preserves all components of each fraction.
LupuLN2 is purified lupulin powder containing most of the resin compounds and aromatic oils derived directly from whole hop flowers. It is ideal for use in the whirlpool or fermenter for imparting intense hop flavor and aroma with minimal vegetal flavor and improved yield. Used in combination with Resinate® CO2 extract, LupuLN2 can add hop aroma and flavor to the end of boil or in dry hopping for a twofold approach to achieving superior brewery efficiency without sacrificing flavor. Depending on how much pellet or whole leaf is replaced by either of these products, breweries may see significant improvements in beer yield which contribute to both the bottom line and sustainability mission of YCH and many of our customers.
APPLICATION AND USAGE
LupuLN2 may be used anywhere pellet hops can be used and are best used for late kettle and dry hop additions. As a starting point for recipe formulation or modification dose rate is estimated at 50% of pellets
by weight. It is best used in beers defined by their hop flavor and aroma with hop loads of at least 1 lb/bbl in late kettle or dry hop additions where a larger
yield increase will occur from substituting out pellets or whole leaf.
LupuLN2 is packaged inside nitrogen flushed, flexible, foil pouches and shipped in cardboard cartons.
LupuLN2 should be stored near-freezing, preferably between 30°F and 41°F (-1°C and 5°C). For best results, LupuLN2 should be used within three (3) years of package date. Storage stability does vary per variety and can be negatively affected by exposure to oxygen, heat and/or light.