Styrian Golding was bred due to in the 1930s there was an disease with hops grown in the Styria area of German, as a result they bred hops with an English variety. Great in English and Belgian ales.
Uncanny is the fact, in spite of its name, it doesn't belong to the Golding family.
|Aliases||Styrian, Savinja Golding, Savinjski Golding, Styrian Savinjski Golding, Yugoslavia Golding|
|Profile||Mild bitterness but it's best qualities are as a late boil addition in which is adds spice (white pepper) and earthy notes. Lemon and green tea.|
|Substitutes||Fuggle, Fuggle (US), Willamette|
|Storage||Retains 65%-80% alpha acid comtents after 6 months storage at 20 degrees C.|
|Beer Styles||ESB, English Ale, Belgian Ale|
|Total Oil||0.5-1.0 ml/100g|
|Cones||Medium size, compact density|