New homegrown hop adds German zest to beer

Henning, John
August 1998
Agricultural Research;Aug98, Vol. 46 Issue 8, p27
Academic Journal
Reports that the aromas of hops from Germany's Tettnang region can be found in Agricultural Research Service's (ARS) variety, Santiam. Role of hops on the quality of beer; Description of the variety; Premier European aroma hops.


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