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Hops are the essence of beer and brewing. We have dozens of hops, pellet, and leaf.

Common Hop Varieties:

Hops. These are the cone-shaped flowers of the female hop plant Besides adding characteristic bitterness and aroma to a beer. Examples Hops: Amarillo, Cascade, Centennial, Citra, Columbus, Est Kent Golding, Equinox, Lubelski, Marynka, Mosaic, Saaz, Simcoe, Sladek, Tettnanger, Chinook, El Dorado, Challenger, Fuggle. American hops, Australian hops, English hops, German hops, New Zeland hops.


Ahtanum. Ahtanum is an aroma-type cultivar bred by Yakima Chief Ranches. Its name is derived from the area near Yakima. (alpha acid: 5.7-6.3% / beta acid: 5.0-6.5%)

Amarillo. Amarillo is an aroma-type cultivar of recent origin, discovered and introduced by Virgil Gamache Farms Inc. (alpha acid: 8-11% / beta acid: 6-7% )

Cascade. Cascade is an aroma-type cultivar which originated as the first commercial hop from the USDA-ARS breeding program. (alpha acid: 4.5-6.0% / beta acid: 5.0-7.0% )

Centennial. Centennial is an aroma-type cultivar, bred in 1974 and released in 1990. The genetic composition is 3/4 Brewers Gold, 3/32 Fuggle, 1/16 East Kent Golding, 1/32 Bavarian and 1/16 unknown. (alpha acid: 9.5-11.5% / beta acid: 4.0-5.0%)

Chinook. Chinook is a bittering variety with aroma characteristics released in May, 1985. A high alpha acid hop with a wonderful herbal, almost smoky character when used as an aromatic during the last few minutes of the boil when dry hoping. Excellent for hopping American-style Pale Ales, especially those brewed to higher gravities. (alpha acid: 12.0-14.0% / beta acid: 3.0-4.0%)

Columbus. This high alpha variety has a pungent aroma and clean bittering. Excellent for bitter ales and American IPA styles, and can be dramatic when dry hopped. (average alpha acid: 12%)

Cluster. It is suggested that they arose from hybridization of varieties, imported by Dutch and English settlers and indigenous male hops. (alpha acid: 5.5-8.5% / beta acid: 4.5-5.5%)

Crystal. Crystal is a triploid aroma-type cultivar, released for commercial production in 1993. (alpha acid: 4.0-6.0% / beta acid: 5.0-6.7%)

Fuggle. Fuggle is an aroma-type cultivar selected in England. It is also marketed as Styrian (Savinja) Golding in the Slovenian Republic. In the USA it is grown in Oregon and Washington State. Superb in English-style ales, and lends a unique character not imparted by the more subtle American-grown Fuggles. (alpha acid: 3.8-5.5% / beta acid: 1.5-2.0%)

GalenaGalena is the most "mellow" hop of the high-alpha varieties, and has replaced Cluster as the most widely grown US hop. The bitterness is clean and well balanced. Great general purpose bittering hop. (alpha acid: 12.5-14.0% / beta acid: 7.5-9.0%)

Golding. Golding is a group of aroma-type cultivars originating in England. Over the decades, the group has been changed and widened. ( Petham, Rothersham, Canterbury, Eastwell, Amos's Early Bird, Cobbs ). English Goldings grown in East Kent, are a premium hop, called East Kent Golding.

The premier English aroma hop. Superb in English-style ales, and lend a unique character to fine lagers as well. This hop has a unique spicy aroma and refined flavor. (alpha acid: 4.0-6.0% / beta acid: 2.0-3.0%)

Hallertau mf  Hallertau mf (Mittelfrueh) is an aroma-type cultivar which originated in Germany. If you are looking to brew an authentic European-style lager, this is the best choice. Mild spicy flavor and aroma. (alpha acid: 3.5-5.5% / beta acid: 3.5-5.5%)

Horizon Horizon is a high alpha-aroma cultivar. (alpha acid: 10.2-16.5% / beta acid: 6.5-8.5%)

Liberty Liberty is a half-sister to Ultra, Mt. Hood and Crystal. (alpha acid: 3.5-4.5% / beta acid: 3.0-3.5%)

Magnum  (alpha acid: 10.0-12.6% / beta acid: 5.0-7.0%)

Mount Hood  Mt. Hood is a triploid aroma-type cultivar. An aromatic variety derived from Hallertau with a refined, spicy aroma and clean bittering. A good choice for lagers. (alpha acid: 4.0-6.0% / beta acid: 5.0-7.5%)

Northern Brewer Northern Brewer is a bittering-type cultivar, bred in 1934 in England from a Canterbury Golding female plant and the male plant OB21. Northern Brewer has been used in the breeding process of many newer varieties. This cultivar is grown in England, Belgium, Germany and the USA. A strong fragrant hop with a rich rough-hewn flavor and aroma, ideal for steam-style beers and ales. Northern Brewer has a unique mint-like evergreen flavor. (alpha acid: 8.0-10.0%/ beta acid: 3.0-5.0%)

Nugget Nugget is a bittering-type cultivar. The lineage of Nugget is 5/8 Brewers Gold, 1/8 Early Green, 1/16 Canterbury Golding, 1/32 Bavarian and 5/32 unknown. Nugget is a great bittering hop with a heavy herbal aroma. (alpha acid: 12.5-14.5% / beta acid: 4.0-6.0%)

Perle Perle is an aroma-type cultivar. Perle is a medium alpha hop with a very clean, almost minty bitterness and pleasant aroma. (alpha acid: 7.0-9.5% / beta acid: 4.0-5.0%)

Saaz  Saaz is the traditional noble hop for true pilsner beer. Saaz is famous for its spicy, clean bitterness. (average alpha acid: 3.0%)

Satus  Satus is a bittering-type cultivar of recent origin. (alpha acid: 12.5-14.0% / beta acid: 8.5-9.0%)

Simcoe Simcoe is a bittering/aroma type cultivar bred by Yakima Chief Ranches. (alpha acid: 12.0-14.0% / beta acid: 4.0-5.0%)

Spalt Select    Spalt Select is an aroma – type cultivar, bred in Germany and released for cultivation in the late 1980's. It is grown in Germany in the Hallertau and Spalt areas and in the U.S.A. in Washington State. (alpha acid: 3.5-5.5% / beta acid: 3.0-4.5%)

           Sterling is an aroma cultivar, a diploid seedling made in 1990 with a 21522 female plant and a 21361 male plant. Its parentage is 1/2 Saazer, 1/4 Cascade, 1/8 64035M (unknown              German aroma X open pollination),1/16 

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