‘Fuggle’ Hops

Humulus lupulus Introduced 1875. Traditional old English hop thought to have been discovered as a chance seedling in 1861.

Alpha content 4–5%. Earthy aroma-type medium-alpha finishing hops used for bittering and aroma in pale ales, porters and stouts. Mild and pleasant, spicy, soft, woody. By the middle of the last century, nearly 80% of British hops were Fuggle. The Slovenian “Styrian (Savinja) Golding” is either the same hop or perhaps a Fuggle selection. Z3. (5-6" female rhizomes)

397 ‘Fuggle’
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Hops are self-pollinating. Dig holes about 1' deep and at least 3' apart in rows, plant 1-2 rhizomes per hole, and cover with 1–2" of loose soil.

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