EKG, as it is often called, is used in all types of English ales. It has a pleasant, mild spicy, floral, earthy, rounded aroma and a spicy flavor.
Closely represents other types of English Goldings. First grown before 1889.
Used in light ales and lagers. It is an old French variety that is also grown in Australia. Elsasser is rare and has a delicate flavor and aroma.
Used in wheat beer and ales, particularly darker ales and stout. It has a strong but pleasant aroma. It is similar to Northern Brewer and has Brewer's Gold ancestry with typical English characteristics.