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SAAZ HOPS US

Known for being one of the four original noble hops, Saaz (or Czech Saaz) originated in Bohemia and has been a staple to brewers for over 700 years. With its low alpha acid content, Saaz is undeniably an aroma hop and is the defining flavor in Czech-style pilsners. This hop has pleasantly mild notes of sweet bread, and both woody and floral aromatics.
SKU: SAZ
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T90 Hop Pellets 11 lb Package
Products specifications
Aroma Profile Spice, Herbal
Storage Stability Fair
Purpose Aroma
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