Horizon Hops


Horizon is a clean, somewhat citrusy/floral high-alpha but low cohumulone hop variety. It originated in the United States and is typically grown in Washington and Oregon. Because of its clean yet somewhat typical-American aroma, Horizon is a great choice as a base (60+ minute addition) into beers like American Pale Ale, American IPA/IIPA and American Brown ales.


From the Yakima-Cheif site: "Horizon is a high alpha-aroma cultivar, a diploid seedling result of a cross made in 1970 between the USDA 65009 female plant (with Brewers Gold and Early Green lineage) and the male plant 64035M. It was released as a commercial variety in 1998."


Typical Use : Bittering, but the flavor is good
Alpha Acid : 10 to 15.5% AAU
Origination : USA
Characteristics : Neutral with some floral/citrus
Styles : American Ales
Similar Hops : Magnum



Hop Characteristics Unavailable

All Grain Recipe - Simple American IPA ::: 1.061/1.013 (5.75 Gal)

Grain Bill (72% Efficiency Assumed)

12 lbs. - 2 Row Pale Malt
1 lbs. - Victory Malt
1/2 lb. - Crystal (40L) Malt

Hop Schedule (63 IBU)

1.5 oz - Horizon hops [12%] (60 min.)
1/2 oz - Horizon hops [12%] (20 min.)
2 oz - Cascade hops [5.5%] (1 min.)


White Labs WLP001/Wyeast 1056/Safale S-05 Amerian Ale


Mash at 153° for 60 min.
Sparge as usual
Cool and ferment at 66° to 68°


Just a simple, clean American IPA.

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