Cascade (US) is genetically identical to Cascade, however Cascade (US) refers to the terroir from being grown in the US (or North America).
Cascade is one of the most widely cultivated US hop variety, named after the Cascades Mountain range, with an aroma profile of citrus, grapefruit, floral and spicy notes. Notable characteristics are long, dark green cones and a low alpha acid content relative to other hops. Cascade was released for cultivation in 1972 by a USDA breeding program in Corvallis, Oregon and it is a descendant of Fuggle.
2021 was harvested in the following 3 lots (click the link to see lot specifics: