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United States / Pellet Hops / 14.9%


Originally bred in the 1970’s, Columbus is sometimes referred to at CTZ (Columbus, Tomahawk and Zues) though it is genetically distinct from Zues hops. It features a punchy hoppiness and deep, pensive aroma with understated citrus notes—perfect as a dual use hop. Commonly used late in the boil and, when fresh, Columbus has a herbal flavor with a lemon citrus back note. Usable in a number of styles, notably American-style ales. Best for - Imperial Brown Ale, Barley Wine, Imperial Stout, American Ales, Stout

Columbus substitution list

Last updated on Sept. 14, 2023, 2:13 p.m.

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