#10 Brewer’s gold

This is a revived hop. According to Charles Farham’s website, “A well-tried and tested bitter hop, Brewers Gold has a high resin content and gives a well-balanced bitterness which is ideally complimented by a late aroma hop in Lager beers. When used in cask conditioned ales, it can give some very interesting fruity and spicy characteristics. Brewers Gold and Bullion were two of the first varieties developed from a breeding programme circa 1917 by Professor Salmon in England. His aim was to combine the high resin content of American hops with European style aroma, Brewers Gold is an open pollinated seedling of a wild Manitoba hop plant and was first produced in 1919.”

#10 Brewer’s gold