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Yakima Chief Hops - Centennial


Description: "Bred in 1974 and released by Washington State University in 1990, Centennial is an aroma-type cultivar that has found favor as one of the most popular varieties in craft brewing. It is often referred to as a super-Cascade (containing nearly double the alpha content) and can be used for bittering purposes. Centennial is a diploid cross between Brewer’s Gold and a USDA male."

Most Used In:

Style Uses Avg. Usage Usage Range
American IPA3739%7% - 100%
American Pale Ale1747%10% - 100%
No Profile Selected1035%11% - 100%
American IPA735%17% - 67%
Double IPA660%16% - 100%
Specialty IPA: New England IPA636%8% - 54%
Blonde Ale647%29% - 64%
Imperial IPA419%10% - 30%
American Stout367%50% - 100%
American Amber Ale248%30% - 67%
Russian Imperial Stout258%15% - 100%
American Amber Ale239%27% - 50%
Blonde Ale243%37% - 50%
American Wheat Beer275%50% - 100%
English IPA235%33% - 38%
American Lager231%16% - 46%
Specialty IPA: Black IPA225%15% - 36%
American Pale Ale17%7% - 7%
American Stout1100%100% - 100%
Winter Seasonal Beer1100%100% - 100%
Mixed-Style Beer137%37% - 37%
Specialty IPA: Rye IPA188%88% - 88%
Fruit Beer112%12% - 12%
Specialty IPA: Red IPA130%30% - 30%
English Barleywine1100%100% - 100%
American Brown Ale150%50% - 50%
Sweet Stout1100%100% - 100%
Specialty IPA: Belgian IPA150%50% - 50%
Specialty Fruit Beer154%54% - 54%
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