Fuggle Hop Plant
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Traditional aroma hop appeared in 1875 England. Also known overseas as Styrian Golding. Fuggle Pellet Hops are used for finishing, dry hopping. Discovered as a chance seedling in 1861 and propagated by Richard Fuggle in Kent, England in 1875, Fuggle was once the most prominent English hop. It accounted for 78% of production in 1949. Fuggle displays slightly stronger characteristics than the English version.
Usage: Mostly flavor or aroma, however occasionally used in bittering too.
Aroma: include mild, wood, grass, and mint.
Typical Beer Styles: English Ales, Especially Pale Ales, Porters, and Stouts.
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