Celeia (Styrian Golding Celeia)
Celeia is an aroma hop that comes from Slovenia. It can also be seen as Styrian Golding Celeia or Styrian Celeia - but both of these names are synonymous with Celeia and all three represent the same hop. It has noble hop characteristics and an alpha acid of 2-6% and a beta acid of 2-4%.
The noble hop characteristics of Celeia are distinctively more floral than Styrian Golding or Fuggle hops. There are predominante savory aromas like thyme that are combined with fruity pear and fresh lime, there are also notes of incense and fresh hay that combine to create a truely one of a king hop.
It has a moderate, pleasant and zesty bitterness.
It is a great choice for use in both Ales and Lagers, English Ales, Pilsners, ESBs, Belgian Style Ales, Lagers and Red Ales.
If you are looking for a substitute we recommend using Styrian Golding, Bobek Styrian, or Saaz (CZ).
Co-Humulene as % of Alpha Acids: 26-29%
Total Oils (mL/100g): 0.5-3.6
All Others (including β-pinene, linalool, geraniol & selinene): 20.8-45%
Sum of Terpene Alcohols and Esters (% of Total Oil): 0.25%
Ketone (% of Total Oil): 0.08%
Isobutyrate (% of Total Oil): 0.03-0.08%
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