European response to varieties like Simcoe and Amarillo.
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|Use in styles||Pilsner, Pale Ale, Wheat, Lager, Belgian Ale|
Smaragd has a more prominent nose than most European varieties, but the fruitiness is more subdued and the overall impression is balanced and refined with a slight nuance of spice. The bitterness is of medium intensity allowing generous (but not excessive!) use in the boil kettle. A good choice for dry hopping. The hints of lemon and orange marmalade work well with Belgian Pale Ales or Imperial Pilsner.
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