Hop: Alora


Alora, formerly known as HS19901 and bred by Hopsteiner, has a very unique oil composition. Alroa contains over 50% of hop oil composition of unknown type. Typically hops are made up of Pinene, Mycrene, Limonene, Linalool, Caryophyllene, Farnesene, Humulene, and Geraniol. Selinene, a sesquiterpene rarely found in hops, makes up a the unknown oil. Selinene is important since it imparts citrus characteristics into the finished beer: Calamondin Oranges and Yuzu Fruit.

The makeup of Alora is friendly to the environment as the genetic makeup was chosen from hops that are disease.

The name Alora is of Latin origin meaning "beautiful dream, dreamlike, or divine light."

General Information

Alias HS17701
Profile Peach, apricot, sweet melon, and yuzu fruit.
Country United States
Substitutes N/A
Purpose Aroma
Yield 2550-2800 lbs/acre
Beer Styles India Pale Ale
Resistant Downy mildew, Powdery mildew


Alpha Acid 7.0 - 10.0%
Beta Acid 3.0 - 4.0%
Cohumulone 28.0 - 32.0%


Total Oil 0.8 - 1.3%
Myrcene N/A
Humulene N/A
Caryophyllene N/A
Farnesene 0.06 - 0.08%
Linalool 0.3 - 0.6%

Additional Characteristics

Maturity Early

Alora Aroma/Flavor Profile


Last Updated
  • 2024-03-29 12:11:11 (Added: 2024-03-29 12:11:11)

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