Styrian Golding (Celeia) Hop Pellets - 1 oz (28 g)
Usage: Dual Purpose
Aroma: Slightly spicy aroma.
This hop has its roots in the fuggle hop, developed in England in 1861 by Richard Fuggle. It was once the most popular hop in the UK. It is grown today in Austria, Slovenia, and the United States. Styrian Golding hops can be used in all types of ales and lagers and can be substituted with Fuggle or Willamette.
These Styrian Golding hop pellets are also identified as St. Celia, Celia Golding and Celia Slovenia.
|Description:||Slovenia’s finest, Styrian Golding is a wonderful aroma variety drawing parentage from English Fuggle and exhibiting many of its original traits.
This hop has been around for decades and is very popular with lager brewers all across Europe. Styrian Golding is known for its mild earthy, spicy and slightly resinous flavour, much more balanced if compared to its British progenitor, and is primarily used as an aroma hop.
Typically found in Lager, Belgian ale and British bitter recipes at late kettle additions, Styrian Golding can be used effectively as a substitution for other earthy varieties such as Bobek, Fuggle and Willamette.