Origin and Description
Marynka Hops is one of the few Polish Hops on the market. It shares the same pride as Lublin Hops and shares much of the same growing area, largely outside of the city of Lublin, Poland.
Marynka Hops is primarily used for its bittering qualities in beer, and has an alpha acid rating of 9.0%-12.0%. It also has a heavy, up front aroma with essence of earthy and herbal tones. The humulene and farnesene oils are on the upside for this dual purpose hops. It is commonly used in beer styles such as Pilsners and Lagers, which dominate the Polish beers, but is also found in Pale Ales, as well as Porter.
Marynka Hops has a moderate yield, and produces compact cones. The bitterness and aroma of this variety are becoming more sought after by the craft brewing industry.
Marynka Hops Usage
Marynka hops is commonly used for both its aromatic qualities as well as its bittering qualities.
Marynka Hops Characteristics
Below is a list of characteristics for marynka hops that impact farming, chemistry, transport & trade, beer production, as well as the final character of the finished product.
Marynka Hops Acid Composition
|Alpha Acid Composition||9%-12%|
|Beta Acid Composition||10.2%-13%|
Marynka Hops Cone Physical Characteristics
|Marynka Lupulin Color||Yellow|
|Marynka Cone Size||Medium|
|Marynka Cone Density||Compact|
Marynka Hops Growth, Harvest, and Storage Details
|Maturity||Early to Mid Season|
|Yield||Yield for Marynka Hops is Moderate at 1940 - 2205 kg/hectare|
|Susceptibility to Disease and Pests|
|Storability||Marynka Hops maintains 60%-70% alpha acid comtents after 6 months storage at 20 degrees C|
|Ease of Harvest||Good|
Marynka Hops Oil Composition
|Total Oil Composition||1.8-2.2 mls/100 grams|
|Myrcene Oil Composition||28%-31%|
|Humulene Oil Composition||36%-33%|
|Caryophyllene Oil Composition||10%-12.5%|
|Farnesene Oil Composition||1.8%-2.2%|
Marynka Hops Substitutes
|Tettnanger (GR)||Tettnanger Hops gets its name from the Tettnang area of Germany. Tettnang is a famous hops growing region (and town) near the southern border, near Lake Bodens...|
Common Beer Styles for Marynka Hops
|India Pale Ale|
Marynka Hops Use in Commercial Beers
|Website||Brewing Company & Beer or Product|
|Sly Fox Brewing Company|
Marynka Pale Ale
|Willimantic Brewing Company|
Working Woman's Wheat