LUPOMAX™ is a highly consistent, concentrated lupulin pellet designed to deliver optimized hop flavour. Standardisation of lupulin content delivers true-to-type hop flavor and reliable brewing performance.
“The reduced vegetative matter of LUPOMAX™ pellets gives me a clean hop flavour and really saves on beer loss, too. It can be used at any stage in the brewing process, but it really shines where flavour intensity and reducing beer loss matter most, like dry hopping.” –Virgil McDonald, Head Brewmaster, John I. Haas Innovations Brewery
Barth Haus designed LUPOMAX™ to deliver optimised hop flavour. By reducing vegetative matter, this pellet provides cleaner, more intense hop flavour without grassy, astringent flavours.
Reliable Brewing Performance
Wasting time reworking a perfect recipe because of an inconsistent product? That’s why they developed LUPOMAX™, designed with targeted specifications so that you can have reliable brewing performance, every time.
Lupulin is the yellow powder which clings to the leaves of the hop. A natural substance in hops which helps give the hop its characteristic scents and flavours and makes beer so delicious.
True-To-Type Hop Flavour
Using the Sensory Plus™ process, assures each batch of hops used to make LUPOMAX™ pellets delivers consistent, true-to-type hop flavours, year after year. Sensory Plus™ is sensory-based hop selection coupled with advanced technical analysis and a proprietary production process.
As a guideline, LUPOMAX™ pellets are designed to be used at a replacement rate of 70%, relative to standard Type 90 (T90) pellets. In other words, if a recipe would normally call for 100g. of T90 hop pellets, it is recommended to use 70g. of LUPOMAX™ enriched- lupulin pellets.
Bred at the Hop Research Center in Huell from the famous variety Herkules, this variety was initially known as 2010/72/20. It was officially released in 2016 under the name Ariana a female first name.
Flavour profile: black berries, blackcurrant, peach, pear, tropical fruits, resinous
- Lagers, German Pilsner, Czech Pilsner