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chinook
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Typically 11-14.5% AA. Newer version released from Washington state in 1985. They have a mild-medium heavy, spicy, piney, and grapefruity aroma. Great hop for bittering or flavoring/dry hopping (Substitute: Nugget, Columbus, N.Brewer, possibly Simcoe)
$17.95 - $19.95 Price Details
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Pellet Hops
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High alpha acid hop used for both bittering and aroma. Has qualities similar to Centennial, but with less Cascade character (more herbal and slightly pungent than the cascade like floral/citrus). Ranges from 12-16 % alpha acid
$16.99
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Pellet Hops
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This is a popular German origin hop from the Hallertau region (grown in USA). mild floral aroma with slight flowery/spicy profile. Excellent dual purpose hop.
$1.80
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hop flower
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Perhaps THE hop for American Pale Ales. It can be used for bittering, flavoring, finishing, dry hopping. With it's spicy, "citrusy" flavor profile Cascade has earned favor with many homebrewers and microbrewers. Typical alpha acid is 5.0-7.0%.
$2.35
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hop flower
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Crystal is very popular in the craft-brewing industy. Viewed as the most pungent of the new triploid Hallertau family of hops. Used in Pilsners, Lagers, Kolsch, ESB & Belgian Style Ales Typical alpha acid is 2.8% to 4.6%%.
$2.40
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hop flower
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Typically used as a bittering for IPS's and Imperial IPA's with orange, tangerine and citrus notes. Typical alpha acid is 16.1 to 18.1%.
$2.75
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Hops
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Amarillo is an aromatic American variety used for both aroma and bittering. Similar to a stronger Cascade with a citrus-floral taste and aroma. Excellent for IPA's. Alpha acid is typically 8-11% **Limit 6 oz per order**
$2.99
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chinook
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Typically 11-14.5% AA. Newer version released from Washington state in 1985. They have a mild-medium heavy, spicy, piney, and grapefruity aroma. Great hop for bittering or flavoring/dry hopping (Substitute: Nugget, Columbus, N.Brewer, possibly Simcoe)
$2.00 - $2.45 Price Details
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Whole Leaf Hops
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Popular German hop from the Hallertau region (grown in USA) mild floral aroma . Excellent dual purpose hop. alpha -3.7-5.0%.
$2.55
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Brew Beer with Citra Hops
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A higher alpha aroma/flavoring hop. Fruity, with citrus, peach, apricot, passion fruit, grapefruit, lime, melon, gooseberry, lychee fruit, pineapple, mango, papaya and other tropical fruit flavors and aromas.
$2.95
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Pellet Hops
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High alpha acid hop used for both bittering and aroma. Characteristics include Fruity, Spicy, Resinous, slightly Pungent. Typical Alpha acid range is 12-16%
$1.80 - $2.45 Price Details
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northern brewer hop
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Classic "Steam" beer hop. Used primarily as a bittering hop. This is an English bred variety with some aroma but a high bittering quality,alpha 7-9%.
$2.40
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fresh leaf hops
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This new variety has very unique piney, passion fruit aroma but is better known as a good bittering hop and is now popular as a flavoring/aroma hop. Alpha range 12-15%
$2.60
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fresh leaf hops
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Developed for the Sapporo Breweries and used in their beers. Used for any beer that would work with a lemon taste such as Saison or an IPA with other hips that have a citrusy tasted like Cascade or Simcoe. Alpha range 13.8% to 16.5%
$2.75
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Hops
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Centennial is used as a bittering, flavoring, and aroma hop and has floral and citrus characteristics reminiscent of Cascade (sometimes known as "Super Cascade") but with a more unique aroma. Great for American IPA's and Pale Ales. Typical alpha: 8-11%
$2.45
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hop flower
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Tettnanger is one of the "noble" hops, grown originally in the Tettnang region of Germany. Very fine, spicy aroma profile. The flavor of Tettnanger is the secret of German-style pilsners. Typical alpha acid 4.2%
$2.55
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hop cone supply
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American version of 'noble' Hallertauer. Mild, clean aroma, finishing for German-style lagers. Newer variety released from Oregon in 1989. (Substitute: Hallertauer, Tettnanger ,and Saaz) Typical Alpha is 5-7%
$2.49
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ale hop pellets
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American version of a Fuggle and is a triploid sister to the Columbia. Mild, spicy, grassy, floral aroma. Exceptional variety for finishing. (Substitute: Fuggle) Typical AA 4.0%
$2.40
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leaf cone flower
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Imported Czech Saaz, the original Pilsner hop, is a true noble hop and the backbone of Pilsner Urquell. If you want an authentic Pilsner, Czech Saaz is the best choice. Very mild with pleasant hoppy notes. Typical alpha acid 3-4%
$2.55
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Fuggles Leaf Hops - 1 Oz.
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Appropriate for all English Ales. Typical Alpha Acid 4-5.5%
$2.45
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hops cone
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Sterling is a cross between Saaz and Hallertauer, which are the only truly appropriate hop(s) for Pilsner beers. Sterling has the spicy, earthy aroma we associate with Pilsners. Pleasant and mild aroma type, alpha 4.5-8%
$2.30
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Nugget Hop Pellets
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Typically used as a bittering hop. Parentage: Golding, Brewer's Gold and Bavarian. All-purpose variety that blends well. Strong bittering or nice for dry hopping. Heavy, spice herbal. Good storability. (Substitute: Magnum , Chinook) Alpha acid 11-15%
$1.95 - $2.30 Price Details
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Whole Hop
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Mild and clean aroma, slightly spicy character. Mostly used in Lagers, Pilsners, Bocks, and sometimes wheat beers. Typical alpha acid is 3-5% Substitute: Hallertauer, Mt. Hood
$2.30 - $2.35 Price Details
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Palisades Loose Hops  - 1 oz.
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This hop variety has flavor characteristics of both Fuggles and Willamatte but can be use for both bittering and a flavoring hop.Alpha 7.5-8.9% will leave your beer with a soft clean finish.
$2.20
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Hop Pellets
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Has a clean, pleasant, and slightly spicy aroma with a medium bittering quality. Typical alpha is 7-9%. Often used for bittering and/or finishing pilseners, lagers. and ales.
$2.10 - $2.49 Price Details
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Magnum Hops- pellet or whole leaf
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High alpha hop! Typically 12-16%+ alpha. Excellent bittering hop!
$2.20 - $2.49 Price Details
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Magnum Hops- pellet or whole leaf
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High alpha hop! Typically 12-16%+ alpha. Excellent bittering hop!
$2.20 - $2.49 Price Details
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Love of Hops
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The Practical Guide to Aroma, Bitterness and the Culture of Hops. This is a must have for any hop lover! Explains the nature of hops, their origins, and how brewers can maximize their use. Info on 100+ hop varieties and includes 16 recipes.
$19.95
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Millenium Leaf Hops
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Millenium is a high alpha bittering hop (currently 16.6% alpha) that is mildly herbal. Similar to Nugget
$1.95
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Typical alpha range; 5.5-8.5% Popular bittering hop among many American commercial breweries. Also good as a general purpose hop. This hop has a much more subtle aroma than Cascade, but blends well with many aromatic varieties
$2.45
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