These 10ml natural extracts are great for 'dry hopping', or for taking down the pub to spice up that 'just not hitting the mark' beer. Are they exact replacements? They'll definitely give you the familiar character you're after and great to play around with, but there are subtle differences. So, let us know how you get on.
Citrulicious - Intense burst of hop citrus and piney, dank character from US hops. Suited to IPA beer styles
Geronimo - Make your IPA shout with grapefruit and pine notes
Magnifico - US craft hop. Unique tropical fruit, floral and earthy characters
Outback - Using Australian hops. Strong, bold passionfruit and citrus notes
Pacific North West - US 3C hop provides spicy and citrus aromas for great IPA
Dosage? In a pint? 1 to 3 drops from the dropper. Less is more to start with, then you'll get a feel for the dosage and character. In a 23 litre brew? Pale Ales - 2.5-5ml, IPA's - 6-10ml. It's best to start small to perform benchmark trials, before dosing a full brew.
When to add? After your brew has finished fermenting and leave for a few hours before packaging. In a pint? Under the table, so no one sees.
Storage? Essential oils are stable when stored at room temperature. However, our current storage guidelines recommend cold storage, between 1-5°C.