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Yakima Valley Hops - East Kent Golding


Description: "Developed from wild Canterbury Whitebine variety in late 1700’s and brought to the market in 1790. The aroma has been described as gentle, fragrant, and pleasant and is recognized as having a typical English character. Goldings are also found to be useful for late hopping lagers, when a delicate aroma is required."

Most Used In:

Style Uses Avg. Usage Usage Range
No Profile Selected1249%14% - 100%
Oatmeal Stout768%33% - 100%
Extra Special/Strong Bitter (ESB)639%18% - 56%
American Pale Ale546%20% - 67%
Irish Red Ale568%25% - 100%
Russian Imperial Stout547%38% - 67%
Irish Red Ale563%29% - 100%
Brown Porter533%20% - 50%
Belgian Blond Ale461%25% - 83%
Best Bitter445%21% - 100%
Saison446%17% - 100%
Strong Bitter482%29% - 100%
Dry Stout464%40% - 100%
Robust Porter488%50% - 100%
American Stout383%50% - 100%
Sweet Stout369%40% - 100%
American Stout343%33% - 50%
Witbier363%38% - 100%
American Brown Ale338%13% - 50%
Special/Best/Premium Bitter351%21% - 100%
Southern English Brown378%33% - 100%
Irish Stout266%50% - 82%
American IPA231%27% - 35%
Weissbier243%20% - 67%
American Porter236%33% - 38%
Mild240%20% - 60%
Belgian Pale Ale263%25% - 100%
Belgian Tripel232%14% - 50%
Belgian Dubbel229%25% - 33%
Oatmeal Stout286%73% - 100%
Belgian Specialty Ale256%13% - 100%
British Brown Ale249%31% - 67%
Blonde Ale237%23% - 50%
Ordinary Bitter275%50% - 100%
Northern English Brown239%25% - 52%
Witbier250%50% - 50%
American Wheat or Rye Beer221%21% - 21%
British Golden Ale266%32% - 100%
Holiday/Winter Special Spiced Beer253%50% - 57%
English IPA252%50% - 54%
Experimental Beer275%50% - 100%