Cashmere Hop Pellet Profile
Looking for a unique, dual purpose hop variety? Cashmere hops were developed by Washington State University and released in 2013, Cashmere is the result of a marriage of Cascade and Northern Brewer. Fortuitously, it features alpha acids higher than that of Cascade. A good dual-purpose hop, Cashmere showcases flavors lemon, lime and melon, exhibits a smooth bitterness and is mildly aromatic with a subtle herbal bouquet.
Aroma: Smooth bitterness, herbal aroma, flavors of lemon, lime and melon
Alpha Acid 7.0%-10.0%
Beta Acid 3.0%-8.0%
Total Oil 1.2-1.4 mL/100g
Myrcene Oil 39%-42%
Humulene Oil 26%-29%
Caryophyllene Oil 12%-13%
Farnesene Oil <1%
SEE WHAT BREWERS ARE SAYING ABOUT OUR CASHMERE HOPS
Wish I Had Done This Sooner - David P 5/22/19
"I purchased a pound of Cashmere hops which is something I can’t get at my LHBS. The package arrived quickly and despite some damage to the box (not YVH’s fault) the hops were beautifully sealed. When I opened the package, the hops smelled great. My first batch is in the fermenter right now and it smells amazing! I wish I would’ve bought from YVH sooner. Considering that an ounce of hops costs me $5 at my LHBS, buying a pound for $15 is a steal (even after shipping)! I will definitely be shopping at YVH again and again!"
BEERS BREWED WITH CASHMERE HOPS
Brewers at pFriem brewing use Citra, Mosaic, and Cashmere together to achieve a crisp Pale Ale thats full of lemon, berry and citrus.
pFriem Brewing - Pale Ale
Brewers at Deschutes use Cascade, Citra, Mosaic, Centennial, Amarillo, El Dorado, and Cashmere together to achieve a juicy and big lemon hop flavored IPA.
Deschutes Brewing - Royal Fresh Imperial IPA