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6.8-11.5% alpha acids • domestic • dual purpose hop

selected in 1967 at oregon state university in corvallis, oregon, columbia was once grown throughout oregon on ~300 acres, however, was discontinued in the early 80s in favor of willamette. it is now grown on a much smaller scale. columbia is a seedless variety with good storage stability and and small to medium cone size. columbia has a great signature citrus kick.

used for:  ambers, ales, pale ales, porters and stouts.

aroma:  specific aroma descriptors include earth, fruit, and "fuggle-like"

Substitutes:  centennial, chinook, eroica


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