Magnum

Hallertauer Magnum Hops

Root Stock Sourced from the U.S. Cultivated in Ontario

We decided to plant this variety on a whim in 2016. (also because a local brewer likes to use them). OMG what a pleasant surprize, Magnum loves our soil here in Ontario. For a first year late planted root stock, these guys absolutely powered up the strings producing MASSIVE cones full of a wonderful bright yellow lupulin. Awesome.

Current Availability of Dried Whole leaf Hops in Vacuum Sealed packets is:

approximately 2.4 lbs

Origin and Description

Hallertaur Magnum is an example to the rest of the hops world that aroma isn’t everything. The Hops Research Institute in Hull, Germany produced this variety that has become the second largest produced alpha variety from the region.

Hallertaur Magnum, or Magnum, is commonly used as a base bittering hops in many beer recipes. It provides the bitter foundation from which to build upon in a well formulated brew. Hallertauer Magnum has a somewhat unnoticeable aroma. And although this lack of character which gives so many other varieties their luster, it comes as an asset for this variety as it offers the brewer a different type of tool for the pot. Hallertauer Magnum has a high alpha acid rating of 12.0%-14.0%. And although the essential oils are very present, and the total oil within the cones is on the high side, the overall combination along with the genetics downplay their overall influence. These characteristics combined, make Hallertauer Magnum extremely appropriate for early boil additions in the wort.

The agricultural characteristics of Hallertauer Magnum hops are mixed. The large and moderately compact cones can be harvested late in the season, although the yield per acre is very modest (not at our place). This variety has tolerance to wilt, but is susceptible to powdery mildew. Aside from these traits, it is apparent that Hallertauer Magnum has been accepted by the brewing community. It is used in a wide range of beer styles, and is enjoyed around the globe.

Hallertauer Magnum Hops Usage


Hallertauer Magnum hops has bittering qualities.
Hallertauer Magnum hops is commonly used as as bittering agent in beer.

Hallertauer Magnum Hops Characteristics


Below is a list of characteristics for hallertauer magnum hops.

Hallertauer Magnum Hops Acid Composition

Alpha Acid Composition 12%-14% Hallertauer Magnum Hops Alpha Acid Composition - 12 To 14 Percent
Beta Acid Composition 4.5%-5.5% Hallertauer Magnum Hops Beta Acid Composition - 4.5 To 5.5 Percent
Co-Humulone Composition 24%-25% Hallertauer Magnum Hops Co-Humulone Acid Composition - 24 To 25 Percent
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