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Agnus (Latin for lamb) is a hop variety was released in 2001 and was the first high alpha variety in the assortment of Czech hop varieties. Agnus contains 9.0-12.0% alpha acids and 4.0-6.5% beta acids. It is a dual purpose type hop providing flavor and aroma with 2.3-3.5% total polyphenols. The myrcene content of these hops is 40.0-55.0% and the total oils for Agnus hops are 2.0-3.0 ml per 100 grams. Agnus is typically used to add flavor to beer during preparation.
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