Barth-Haas - Aramis
Description: "The most important aroma hop variety in the Alsace region is the traditional Strisselspalt. During a breeding program Aramis was established, to create a new variety with a similar aroma profile and polyphenol properties to Strisselspalt, but with increased and stable bitter potential. Aramis offers a more pronounced typical hop aroma with a more hop spicy and citrussy note. Medium alpha levels afford use for bittering a wide range of lager and ale styles including Helles, Pilsener and light lager, MÃ¤rzen, Oktoberfest and Bock. Will also suit Blond and Golden ales, Belgian Dubbel & Tripel as well as Wheat beers. KEY FLAVORS MintLemon grassRoseRaspberryCaramel"
Most Used In:
|Style||Uses||Avg. Usage||Usage Range|
|Spice, Herb, or Vegetable Beer||4||100%||100% - 100%|
|American Pale Ale||2||22%||3% - 40%|
|Belgian Pale Ale||2||52%||38% - 67%|