Hop: Canadian Redvine


Canadian Redvine is a vigorous hop that is believde to have originated in Canada. The vigor of the plant allowed and the density/thickness of the rhizome allowed it to spread quickly. High cohumulone and low alpha acid concentrations have become the kiss of death with Canadian Redvine not being widely used.

General Information

Alias USDA 21679
Profile Flavor of pine and cherry, with grapefruit peel aroma.
Country Canada
Substitutes Cascade, Galena, Magnum, Newport
Purpose Aroma
Yield 2000 lbs/acre
Storage Retains 80% alpha acid contents after 6 months of storage at 68°F.
Beer Styles Porter
Resistant Downy Mildew


Alpha Acid 4.0 - 6.0%
Beta Acid 5.0 - 6.0%
Cohumulone 47.0%


Total Oil 11.2 ml/100g
Myrcene 70.0%
Humulene 2.0%
Caryophyllene 2.0%
Farnesene 4.0 - 7.0%

Additional Characteristics

Growth Rate Extremely vigorous
Maturity Late
Sex Female
Leaf Color Medium dark to light green, based on location
Side Arm Length 30" - 50", sometimes longer
Last Updated
  • 2021-01-14 09:03:52 (Added: 2021-01-14 09:03:52)

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