AMARILLO HOP PELLETS
Relatively new hop that was discovered as a mutation by a grower. Used for general kettle and aroma. American style Ales.
BREWERS GOLD HOP PELLETS
A bittering hop that is noted to have a sharp bittering quality and imparts a fruity yet spicy aroma. Brewer's Gold can be used in a wide range of styles from English Ales
to German Lagers and adds a decidedly "European" element to the beer. These make a good partner to noble varieties such as Tettnang and Hallertauer.
CASCADE HOP PELLETS
Derived from a cross between Fuggles and the Russian hop Serebrianker. Good for flavor and aroma, but an acceptable bittering hop. Citrusy, flowery, and spicy. Ales and Lagers.
CENTENNIAL HOP PELLETS
Selected from a cross between Brewer’s Gold and a selected USDA male. Medium intensity floral aroma and citrus tones. Very balanced hop, used for all U.S. Ale styles, including U.S. Wheat beer.
CHINOOK HOP PELLETS
A cross between Petham Golding and USDA Select Male with a mild to medium-heavy, spicy, distinct piney aroma. Strong bittering ability. Used for all American Lagers
COLUMBUS HOP PELLETS
Relatively new variety becoming increasingly accepted. Used for bittering mainly, good flavor. IPA's, Pale Ales and Stouts.
FUGGLE HOP PELLETS
Traditional aroma hop, appeared in 1875 England. Used for finishing, dry hopping. English Ales, especially Pale Ales, Porters and Stouts. Mild, earthy great with roasted and dark malts.
GERMAN HALLERTAU HOP PELLETS
Traditionally a superior German aroma hop. Excellent flavor. Mild to semi-strong aroma, versatile bittering and finishing. Used for Wheats, Altbiers, Pilsners, Belgian Ales, American and German Lagers.
GERMAN TETTNANG HOP PELLETS
Traditional German variety developed in the area of the same name. Very fine or noble aroma hop. Used for German Lagers, Wheat, Ales and American Lagers.
MT. HOOD HOP PELLETS
Aroma variety with similarities to the German Hallertau and Hersbrucker varieties, released in the US in 1989. Used for aroma and flavor, American and German Ales/Lagers.
NORTHERN BREWER HOP PELLETS
Bred from a cross between a female hop of wild American parentage and an English male. A true dual-purpose hop, containing moderate amounts of alpha acids combined with a good aroma profile. Used for all English styles, American Ales, Kolsch and Munich Helles.
SAAZ (CZECH) HOP PELLETS
Classical noble aroma hop with long and strong traditions. Associated with the renowned Pilsener Lager. Used for finishing. Bohemian-style Beers, Continental Lagers, Wheats, Pilsner Lagers.
SIMCOE HOP PELLETS
A dual-purpose, unique American hybrid. Although it is primarily a bittering hop, it
has a clean, pine-like aroma and flavoring with a slight hint of citrus. It is less astringent than other pine-like hops and has been highly sought after to make distinctive and unique Pale Ales like Weyerbacher Double Simcoe® IPA. The flavor is believed superior due to low cohumulone levels.
STYRIAN GOLDINGS HOP PELLETS
STYRIAN GOLDINGS (Slovenia)
A world-renowned aroma hop with widespread usage in both ale and lager brewing. Used for English-Style Ales, ESB, Bitter, and Lagers.
U.S. KENT GOLDING HOP PELLETS
U.S. KENT GOLDING
Genuine long-established East Kent Golding variety group imported from England. Used for Pale Ales, ESB's and English Style Beers.
WARRIOR HOP PELLETS
A general-purpose bittering hop that offers a neutral, clean bittering primarily in ale styles. Alpha acids are in the range of 15% to 17%. It has a relative low cohumulone content which contributes to a smooth, pleasing bitterness. This is a relatively new variety that has gained popularity in hoppy American Ales.
WILLAMETTE HOP PELLETS
A quality aroma hop with a smooth soft flavor. Can be used for ales and lagers. Used for finishing, dry hopping. American and British Ales.