ROY FARMS CASHMERE

A public variety developed by Washington State University USDA hop breeding program in 2013. All rights reserved.

SOFT AND STRONG AROMATICS. A WIN–WIN FOR EVERYONE.

Since its release in 2013 as a public variety, Cashmere has been making an impact and working its way into many year-round beers. It stands as a good dual-purpose hop, and really comes to life in late additions like knock out, whirlpool and dry hopping. Cashmere showcases fruity aromas such as citrus, berry and lime, exhibits a smooth bitterness and is mildly aromatic with a subtle herbal hint. You can be confident you’re purchasing the highest-quality Cashmere hops directly from Roy Farms with our unwavering commitment to sustainable farming and growing practices, as well as the 113 harvests under our belt. Learn more.

Beer Styles

  • PALE ALE
  • IPA
  • SAISON
  • AMERICAN BLONDE

Aroma Profile

SMOOTH BITTERNESS AND FRUITY
  • Berry
  • Citrus
  • Herbal
  • Grapefruit
  • Strawberry
  • Candied Fruit

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The Science Behind The Craft

BREWING VALUES

ALPHA ACIDS
7.7 %-9.1 %
BETA ACIDS
3.5 % - 4.5 %
TOTAL OILS
1.2 - 1.4 ml/100g

TOTAL OIL COMPOSITION

MYRCENE
39 % - 42 % of total oil
HUMULENE
26 % - 29 % of total oil
CARYOPHYLLENE
12 % - 13 % of total oil
FARNESENE
0.1 - 1.1 % of total oil

Alpha acids are determined by conductometric titration (EBC 7.4) in
Europe; by spectrophotometric (ASBC Hops-6) in the USA