|Common Styles:||American Pale Ales, IPA|
Released in 2011 as a new hop variety developed by New Zealand Plant and Food Research.
Wai-Iti is a granddaughter of Liberty.
Low in alpha acids and cohumulone but comparatively high in oil content, Wai-Iti delivers strong flavor and aroma when used as a late kettle hop, in the hop back, or as a dry or cask hop.
Excellent for hop-driven craft styles as well as wheat beers and dry-hopped sours.
Lush and fragrant with dominant notes of stone fruit (notably peach and apricot) with pleasantly intense citric notes of lime and mandarin.