Petham Golding

Hailing from Wye College in England, Petham Golding was one of the prevailing hop varieties grown in East Kent in the late 1800’s. Descended from Canterbury Whitebine, much like other Golding varieties, the variety isn’t around much anymore due to its lackluster yield, poor storage stability and infection with Hop Mosaic virus. In addition, it has an unusual upward-facing sidearm …