Hop: Mathon


Mathon is so closely related to Canterbury Whitebine that the two cannot be distinguished from each other botanically. Originally grown at the parish of Mathon, in Worcestershire.

General Information

Aliases Mathon-White, Mathon Whitebine
Profile Pleasant continental aroma: floral, herbal and spice.
Country United Kingdom
Substitutes Bramling, East Kent Golding, Progress, Whitbread Golding
Purpose Aroma
Beer Styles Extra Special Bitter, Bitter, Pale Ale
Susceptible Downy Mildew, Powdery Mildew


Alpha Acid 4.4 - 6.7%
Beta Acid 1.9 - 2.8%
Cohumulone 26.0 - 32.0%


Total Oil 0.8 - 1.0 ml/100g
Myrcene N/A
Humulene N/A
Caryophyllene N/A
Farnesene N/A

Additional Characteristics

Cones Compact, medium size
Maturity Mid to late season
Ease of Harvest Moderate
Last Updated
  • 2021-02-10 14:17:56 (Added: 2021-02-10 14:17:56)

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