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Belma Hops?!?!?

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davidgzach:
Was wondering about the Belma.  Thanks for posting.

Dave

reverseapachemaster:
Is anybody noticing any desirable/undesirable flavors coming from using belma as a bittering hop? I'd love to be able to use some of the belma I ordered as a general bittering hop but I don't necessarily want to see those flavors come through in all of my beers.

bwana:

--- Quote from: reverseapachemaster on January 17, 2013, 09:04:11 AM ---Is anybody noticing any desirable/undesirable flavors coming from using belma as a bittering hop? I'd love to be able to use some of the belma I ordered as a general bittering hop but I don't necessarily want to see those flavors come through in all of my beers.

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My ESB came out very clean. I would not be afraid to bitter anything other than a Pil's. I think this hop will find a place with Belgian style beers.

1vertical:
Ok update as I just tapped the Pilsner/Belma Keg and she is a good one.
The mandarin/cutie orange flavor is definately there. I do Like this hop.
And IMO it would be great in a belgian. I hope Puterbaugh keeps it in
production. The intro price was unbeatable.

reverseapachemaster:
I've used it in a couple beers for bittering and one used it for bittering, flavor and aroma. No weird off flavors that I detect. I also used it as a dry hop in a wild beer. Pairs really well with that funky brett character.

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