Hop: Shinshuwase


Shinshuwase was an open pollination of Saaz and White Vine-OP in Japan from the early 1900s. This is a major hop variety in Japan, the only country that grows the hop.

General Information

Alias Shinshu-Wase
Profile Lemon
Country Japan
Substitutes Golden Star
Purpose Aroma
Yield 1600 - 2200 pounds/acre
Storage Retains 61% alpha acid contents after 6 months of storage at 68°F.
Resistant Downy Mildew (moderate), Verticillium Wilt


Alpha Acid 4.7 - 8.3%
Beta Acid 4.0 - 6.1%
Cohumulone 48.0 - 53.0%


Total Oil 0.4 - 1.0 ml/100g
Myrcene 54.0 - 70.0%
Humulene 9.3 - 13.4%
Caryophyllene 3.7 - 5.8%
Farnesene < 0.1%

Additional Characteristics

Growth Rate High
Cones Loose that shatter when machine picked
Maturity Late
Sex Female
Leaf Color Light green
Side Arm Length 20 - 40 inches


Last Updated
  • 2021-09-23 09:09:17 (Added: 2021-09-23 09:09:17)

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