Meet Adeena™, the latest release from the ADHA breeding program. Also known as ADHA- 1940, Adeena™ was initially selected for exceptional vigor, yield, disease resistance, and similarity to Willamette.
Following years of expansion, observation, and brewing trials, Adeena™ has shown herbal and spicy flavor characteristics, with light floral, lemon and pine notes. Adeena™ has an alpha range between 3.5-5.0%, beta range between 3.0-4.0% and oils ranging from 0.8-1.1. The ~1:1 alpha:beta ratio lends a low, smooth bitterness with a clean finish exceptionally suited for lagers, pilsners, kölsch, and ales.
Meaning noble, gentle, and delicate, Adeena™ is a cross between Summit™ and an English male, has been used as a replacement for Hallertau Mittelfrüh and Styrian Golding.
Aroma: herbal, spicy, light floral, lemon, pine notes
Typical Analytical Range
Total Oil: 0.8-1.1 ml/100g
Myrcene: 27.3-29.43% of total oils
Caryoph: 14.6-21.9% of total oils
Humulene: 31.3-45.4% of total oils
Farnesene: 4.3-6.6% of total
ADEENA HOP SUBSTITUTIONS
Adeena hops carry similar characteristics and flavor profiles as Hallertau Mittlefrüh, Loral, and East Kent Golding making these hops an excellent substitution in your next recipe.