Yakima Valley Hops - Jarrylo
Description: "Named after the Slavic god of fertility, Jarrylo (pronounced Yar-i-low) is a unique variety bred by the ADHA. With Summit as its mother, Jarrylo was originally used in lots of lagers and pilsners, but has been successfully used in everything from Weizens to IPAs. It has a unique banana character that plays well with wheats and weizens, but it also inherited its mother's spicey notes, which are perfectly suited for Saisons and other belgian styles. Jarrylo has also been used as a bittering hop in pale ales and IPAs, lending a fresh fruit aroma of pears and oranges."
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