Cashmere is the result of the joining of Cascade and Northern Brewer, a process developed by Washington State University that was released in 2013. Cashmere has higher alpha acids than that of Cascade. It serves a good dual-purpose hop, showcasing flavors of lemon, lime and melon while exhibiting a smooth bitterness. Mild aromas accompany Cashmere with a hint of subtle herbal bouquet.

Alpha Acids: 7.7%-9.1%

Beta Acids: 3.3%-7.1%

Cohumulone: 22-24%

Total Oils in mls per 100 grams dried: 0.5 - 1.8

Storage (% of alpha acids remaining after 6 months storage at 68ºF): 75%

Similar Hops Varieties: Cascade, Amarillo

Beer Styles: IPA, APA, or any American Ale

Origin: American

Flavors and Aroma: Smooth bitterness, herbal aroma, flavors of lemon, lime and melon

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Use: Bittering & Aroma

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