The Columbus hop variety, grown by Órbigo Valley, with high levels of alphas, is used to provide bitterness and aroma to every brewing.
Pellet T-90 | Bag 5kg vacuum light-resistant packaging | Grows in León (Spain)
Originally selected by Charles Zimmerman for Hopunion, the Columbus hop variety descends from the Nugget variety. In Spain, it is also a hop variety with high levels of alphas, specifically 12%. It has a pleasant aroma to aromatic herbs, some berries and black pepper, frequently used to give bitterness and aroma. In general, they also have high levels of co-humulene; therefore, it is advisable to pay attention to astringents and flavours to resin.