Sultana™ (Experimental #06277 & Denali) Hops (Pellets)

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  • These disposable muslin bags are a time saver! When you're done steeping, just toss them in the composter. At this price you can afford to keep a few extra on hand!
 
Note: These bags are better suited for grains and whole hops due to the looser weave. If using pellet hops, try our tighter mesh, reusable nylon bags.
 
5 in. x 15 in. Disposable Muslin
  • Reusable small Nylon Mesh Bags are an indispensable part of any brew day.
 
These food-grade nylon bags are available in a range of sizes and with either a fine or a medium mesh weave, which make them both more versatile and a better value than disposable cloth muslin bags. These bags are used for a wide range of different applications during brewing and fermentation.
 
Nylong bags are often times used to add pellet hops to the boil or as a dry hop in the fermenter. Retains the vast majority of the hop material, making for clearer beer and easier transfers. Can also be used to add smaller amounts of other adjuncts to the boil or fermenter, such as orange peel, oak, spices, etc. This small 6 x 8 inch nylon mesh bag will hold up to 2  oz of pellet hops after they swell up. Features a handy drawstring to keep the bag closed and tie it off to your kettle handle, spoon or mash paddle.
 
Bag size is 6 in. x 8 in, with hole size in mesh of approximately 0.4-0.8 mm is size.
  • You love making beer. You give careful attention to each step in the brewing process. That’s why having a simple yet elegant way to complete one of those steps is indispensable. This fine mesh bag makes adding hops to your brew, and then removing them again, a breeze! The ultra-fine mesh fabric keeps most of the hop material from entering your fermenter. Great for additions of pellet hops during the boil! It also works well for dry hopping in the keg, with pellet or whole hops.
 
Note: Dry hopping with pellets in a keg using this bag will throw a little matter into your beer, but it settles out pretty quickly and we have had good luck with this procedure. 
 
Perfect size for 1-4 ounces of pellets or 1-2 ounces of whole hops.
Can also hold specialty grains
Reusable
Easy to clean
Great price
Bag size is 9 in. x 12 in, with hole size in mesh of approximately 0.4-0.8 mm is size.
  • The hop spider is stainless steel mesh hop filter that hangs from the the edge of your kettle. Up to 12 oz of hops are poured directly into the spider during the boil.  Made from 304 stainless steel. The basket is 13.75 in (35cm) high with the opening at the top being 5.9 in (15cm) diameter and tapers down to a 3.9 in (10cm) diameter at the bottom. 0.4 mm aperture mesh.

 

Kegland Part Number: KL04688
  • Made for dry hopping in kegs, the hop bomb is made from 304 stainless steel. The hop bomb fits up to 1 ounce of pellet hops allowing the hops to have enough space to move around for better extraction. The included chain allows it to be suspended from keg lids with internal hooks. See recommended items below for our KEG448 if you need a lid with hook. 

Note: Regular tea infuser balls do not include a stainless steel chain and will rust if you used in your beer.  

 

Kegland Part Number: KL05203
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Sultana™, AKA Experimental Variety 06277/ Denali™, is a new hop bursting with flavor.  Called Nuggetzilla by some, this hop is rich in pineapple, citrus, and pine flavors, though it can often come off as spicy as well.  It can be used for bittering, flavor, or aroma, and is sure to make an impact!  These have rich characteristics that make for an unmistakeable beer.  Try it in your next pale ale or IPA, sit back, and enjoy the results.

The genetic origin of this hop is 50% Nugget, 25% Zeus, 25% USDA 19058m

Hop Statistics:
Alpha Acids: 13 – 15%
Beta Acids: 4.5 – 7.0%
Alpha-Beta Ratio: 2.6 - 3.75
Cohumulone: (% of alpha acids): 22 - 26%
Total Oils in mls per 100 grams dried: 2.5 - 4
Storage (% alpha acids remaining after 6 months storage at 68°F): N/A
Similar Hop Varieties: N/A

Sultana™ is a  trademark owned by  S. S. Steiner, Inc