Cascade (Australia)

Differing from other Cascades in its oil balance, Australian Cascade is predominantly produced in Tasmania. Descended from Fuggle, Serebrianka and wild Native American hops, when grown in Australia, it features all the characteristic citrusy, spicy, floral notes of American Cascade but with an additional delicate essence of grapefruit.


A versatile hop, it can be used in any ale and is used in many Australian lagers. Cascades are extremely popular throughout the world and most widely used in American Pale Ales.

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Characteristics  Same as Cascade (US) but with notes of grapefruit
Purpose Aroma
Alpha Acid Composition 5%-7%
Beta Acid Composition 5%-7%
Co-Humulone Composition 33%-40%
Country Australia
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Total Oil Composition 0.8%-1.3%
Myrcene Oil Composition 40%-60%
Humulene Oil Composition 40%-60%
Caryophyllene Oil 3%-9%
Farnesene Oil 5%-9%
Substitutes Hallertau, East Kent Golding
Style Guide Barley Wine, American Pale Ale, Australian Lager

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