Probably not to a significant extent at that hopping rate. The times I've gotten a lot of fruit from Sterling, I've used about an ounce per gallon, with at least half being either a whirlpool or dry hop addition.I haven't used it yet, but a Motueka/Sterling combo is next on my list for hoppy brews. Both of them are Saaz derivatives, and both get fruity at higher late hopping rates. Sterling gets some lemonade character, and Motueka is lime zest and lemongrass. Even though they're both noble-type hops, they both get fruity when you use big late additions.What would be a big late addition? I brew 6 gal. batches, mostly 1.040 to 1.060 lagers. I'm still in the extract and steeped grain mode doing 20-30 minute 4 gal. boils. Yesterday I brewed two batches. One with 1.5 oz. of Chinook at boil start (30 min.). The other with 1 oz. CTZ at start and 1 oz. of Sterling at 20 minutes. Both got 1 oz. of Sterling at flame out. Will the end beer of those get fruity?