Hop Substitution Chart


Hop VarietyFlavor ProfilePossible Substitutions
AdmiralKnown for its bittering potential.Target, Northdown, Challenger
AhtanumFloral, citrus, sharp, and piney.Amarillo, Centennial, Simcoe
AmarilloCitrusy, flowery.Cascade, Centennial, Summit, Ahtanum
BoadiceaSpicy?
Brewers GoldBittering hop with neutral aroma character.Bullion, Chinook, Galena, Nugget
BullionA rich hop primarily used for bittering. Intense blackcurrant aroma.Columbus, Northern Brewer
CascadePleasant, flowery, spicy, and citrusy. Can have a grapefruit flavor.Amarillo, Centennial, Summit
CentennialMedium with floral and citrus tones.Amarillo, Cascade, Columbus, Summit
ChallengerMild to moderate, quite spicy.Perle, Admiral
ChinookMild to medium-heavy, spicy, piney, and grapefruity.Brewers Gold, Columbus, Galena, Nugget, Northern Brewer, Eroica
ClusterMedium and quite spicy.Galena, Eroica
ColumbusPleasant, with pungent aroma.Magnum, Chinook, Northern Brewer, Warrior, Millenium, Bullion
CrystalMild and pleasant, spicy and flowery.Mt. Hood, Liberty, Hallertauer, Tettnanger, Strisselspalt
E.K. GoldingsGentle, fragrant and pleasant with flowery tones.Fuggle, Progress, First Gold
EroicaForward fruit flavorsGalena
First GoldA little like Golding family; spicy.E.K. Goldings
FuggleMild and pleasant, earthy and fruity.Willamette, Styrian Golding, Tettnanger, Newport
GalenaMedium but pleasant hoppiness, citrusy.Brewers Gold, Nugget, Cluster, Chinook, Eroica, Newport
GlacierDual purpose hop with a citrus earthy aroma.Willamette, Fuggle, Tettnanger, Styrian Goldings
HallertauNoble aroma hop with subtle flower and spice fragrances.Liberty, Tettnanger, Mt. Hood, Vangaurd, Tradition
HorizonPleasantly hoppy.Magnum
LibertyMild and clean aroma, slightly spicy character.Hallertau, Tettnanger, Mt. Hood, Crystal, Ultra
LublinMild and typical of noble aroma types.Saaz, Sterling
MagnumKnown for bittering value and quality.Horizon, Newport
MarynkaBittering and aroma.Northern Brewer
MilleniumMild, herbal, similar to Nugget.Nugget, Columbus
Mt. HoodMild, pleasant, and clean, somewhat pungent and resiny.Hallertauer, Liberty, Crystal, Strisselspalt
Northern BrewerMedium-strong with some wild tones.Nugget, Chinook, Columbus, Bullion, Perle, Styrian Aurora
NewportFairly pungent.Galena, Nugget, Fuggle, Magnum
NorthdownFine bittering properties and much-improved aroma. Ideal accompaniment to aroma hops such as Fuggles or Progress.Admiral, Challenger
NuggetQuite heavy and herbal.Cluster, Galena, Brewers Gold, Warrior, Eroica, Target, Millenium
PerleModerately intense, good and hoppy, fruity and a little spicy.Challenger, Northern Brewer
PremiantPleasant, mild aroma.?
ProgressModerately strong, good aroma.Fuggles, E.K. Goldings
SaazMild and pleasant, earthy and spicy.Sladek, Lublin, Sterling, Ultra, Vangaurd
SantiamNoble characteristics.Tettnanger, Spalt, Liberty, Hallertau
SaphirMild aroma hop.?
SimcoeA bittering and aromatic hop.Northern Brewer
SladekA dual-purpose Saaz hybrid.Saaz, Lublin
SpaltMild and pleasant, slightly spicy.Santiam, Liberty, Tettnanger, Hallertau
SterlingHerbal, spicy, pleasant aroma, hint of floral and citrus.Saaz, Lublin
StrisselspaltMedium intensity, pleasant, hoppy.Mt. Hood, Crystal
Styrian AuroraIntense, pleasant and hoppy. Very suitable for extraction and for combination with other varieties in the brewing process.Northern Brewer
Styrian GoldingsDelicate, slightly spicy.Fuggle, Willamette
SummitUltra high-alpha bittering hopAmarillo, Cascade
TargetPleasant English hop aroma, quite intense.Nugget, Fuggle, WIllamette, Admiral
TettnangerMild and pleasant, slightly spicy, herbal.Hallertau, Liberty, Fuggle
TraditionVery fine and similar to Hallertauer Mittelfrüh.Hallertauer
UltraVery good to outstanding, some Saaz-like qualities. Aromatic properties similar to Hallertauer.Liberty, Hallertau, Saaz
VangaurdAroma similar to continental European types.Saaz, Hallertauer
WarriorA bittering and aromatic hop.Nugget, Columbus
WillametteMild and pleasant, slightly spicy, fruity, floral, a little earthy.Styrian Golding, Target, Fuggle, Tettnanger, Glacier

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