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Fuggle is an aroma-type cultivar selected in England as a chance seedling in 1861. It reached its peak in the U.K. in 1949 when 78% of the English crops were grown as Fuggle. Today, Fuggle hops are a classic choice among brewers seeking soft, earthy English style aroma.
Description - Used mainly for its aromatic properties, this is a traditional British ale bitter and aroma hop. Mild, woody, and Fruity. Small and rather light, medium-sized, compact cone,
Use - Any English-Style Beers, American Ales, Lambic.
Possible Substitutions - Willamette, Styrian Golding
Alpha acid - 4.0-5.5%
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