Fuggle Hops


Fuggle (or Fuggles, as some say) is a traditional, old-world style aroma hop originating in the UK. According to the National Hop Association of England, the culitvar was first grown in Kent in 1875 by Richard Fuggle.
This hop imarts a mild vegetal, woody, or earthy aroma. Alpha acids are low (3.5 to 5% AAU). Fuggle is grown in the USA (Washington and Oregon) and imparts a bit less of the characteristic aroma when compared to its English cousin.
As one would expect, this hop is most often used in British style beers such as bitters, mild, British pale ale, stout, porter, and English style IPA.


Typical Use : Aroma
Alpha Acid : 3.5 to 5.5% AAU
Origination : UK
Characteristics : Woody, Vegetal
Styles : Most any traditional English style, (esp. Pale Ale, porter)
Similar Hops : U.S. Fuggle, Willamette, Styrian Golding.



Hop Characteristics Unavailable

Extract Recipe - Simple UK Pale Ale ::: ??? (5 Gal)

Grain Bill

2 Cans - Edme Marris Otter Extract
.25 lb. - Crystal Malt (no more than 20L)

Hop Schedule

2 oz. - Fuggle - 60 min.
1 oz. - Fuggle - 10 min.
1 oz. - Fuggle - 10 min.


White Labs British Ale Yeast (WLP005)


Boil time : 60 min. - add one can of your extract near the end of the boil
to lessen browning of wort
Cool and ferment at 65° to 70°

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