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Description - Used mainly for its aromatic properties. Mild, delicate, English-type aroma. A small, light, and fluffy cone. Very popular with Ale Breweries in the U.S.
Use - All English-Style Beers, especially all Bitters and Pale Ales, Belgian-Style Ales, Barley Wine.
Possible Substitutions - UK East Kent Goldings, UK progress and possibly the Fuggle family
Alpha Acid - 4.0-5.0%
Origin/History - Golding is a group of aroma-type cultivars originating in England. Over the decades, the group has been changed and widened. Mostly they have been named after villages in East Kent, (Petham, Rothersham, Canterbury, Eastwell) or hop farmers, who grew them (Amos's Early Bird, Cobbs). English Goldings grown in East Kent, are a premium hop, called East Kent Golding and should not be confused with U.K. Goldings, which are grown in other parts such as Kent, Worcestershire, Hampshire and Herefordshire. The cultivar grown in the USA (Oregon and Washington State) is a Canterbury Golding. Although, the Genuine long-established East Kent Golding variety group was imported from England. And started by Hopunion in the U.S. in 1973.
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