Cascade (US)

Stats

  • Country United States
  • Alpha 6.0% —8.0%

Description

Very successful and well-established American aroma hop developed by Oregon State University's breeding program in 1956 from Fuggle and Serebrianker (a Russian variety), but not released for cultivation until 1972. Gives the distinct citrus/grapefruit aroma to the Pale Ale produced by California's Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, the best-selling American pale ale in the country. One of the "Three Cs" along with Centennial and Columbus. Named for the Cascade Range. Substitutes: Centennial and Columbus (but they have a higher Alpha Acid content).

Recipes Browse Cascade (US) Recipes

  1. Cascade Pale 20% American Pale Ale

    1.062 OG

    1.009 FG

    46 IBU

    6.9% ABV

    All Grain

  2. Cascade Pale 20% American Pale Ale

    1.062 OG

    1.009 FG

    46 IBU

    6.9% ABV

    All Grain

  3. Cascade Pale 20% American Pale Ale

    1.062 OG

    1.009 FG

    46 IBU

    6.9% ABV

    All Grain

  4. Cascade Pale 20% American Pale Ale

    1.062 OG

    1.009 FG

    46 IBU

    6.9% ABV

    All Grain

  5. Key Lime + Coconut IPA American Pale Ale

    1.056 OG

    1.008 FG

    41 IBU

    6.3% ABV

    All Grain

  6. Transplant Imperial IPA Imperial IPA

    1.088 OG

    1.020 FG

    88 IBU

    9.0% ABV

    All Grain

  7. IPA American IPA

    1.074 OG

    1.018 FG

    76 IBU

    7.2% ABV

    All Grain

  8. IPA American IPA

    1.074 OG

    1.018 FG

    76 IBU

    7.2% ABV

    All Grain

  9. IPA American IPA

    1.074 OG

    1.018 FG

    76 IBU

    7.2% ABV

    All Grain

  10. Transplant Imperial IPA Imperial IPA

    1.088 OG

    1.020 FG

    88 IBU

    9.0% ABV

    All Grain

  11. Amber 2 Gallon A.G American Amber Ale

    1.049 OG

    1.007 FG

    28 IBU

    5.5% ABV

    All Grain