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US Columbus (CTZ) T90 x 5Kg

"Origin: Washington, USA. The collective umbrella for the closely-related varieties Columbus, Tomahawk, and Zeus. Bred for high alpha potential, each variety shares parentage with Nugget. Usage: Excellent bittering capability as originally intended, but craft brewers have also harnessed CTZ's intense, citrus-and-spice pungence for American-style IPAs. Aroma &... Read More

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US Comet T90 x 5Kg

"Origin: USA. Comet is a cross of English hops with a wild American variety and was first released in 1974. Commercial production actually ceased in the 1980s as it was phased out in favor of new super-high alpha varieties. Recently however, it has enjoyed a comeback thanks to its unique profile. Usage: Intended as high-alpha bittering hop when first released,... Read More

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US Crystal T90 x 5kg

"Origin: Oregon, USA. Bred at Corvallis in 1983, as a domestic substitute for Hallertau Mittelfrüh, Crystal is half-sister to Liberty and Mount Hood. Its stock includes German Hallertau, Cascade, Brewers Gold, and Early Green. Usage: Unsurprisingly, given its Hallertau parentage, Crystal excels in continental lager and wheat styles, as well as Belgian ales. But... Read More

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US Ekuanot T90 x 5kg

"Origin: USA. Ekuanot® was developed by the Hop Breeding Company and fi rst released in 2014 as HBC 366. Its name was changed from Equinox to Ekuanot® in September 2016. Usage: Aroma and flavour in IPAs, sours, wheat beers, and other styles requiring strong flavour contribution from hops. Ekuanot® has been featured in many single-hop beers. Its high oil content... Read More

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US Galena T90 x 5Kg

"Galena's fruity flavor profile really kicks with clean and agreeable notes of citrus. Some brewers have noted its better when boiled in smaller quantities and that later additions bring forth stronger aromas of blackcurrant. Directly descended from Brewer's Gold, Galena was brought about via open pollination and was officially selected in 1968 by agricultural... Read More

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US Idaho 7 T90 x 5Kg

"Origin: USA. An experimental variety from Jackson Hop Farm in Wilder ID, first released in 2015. Usage: Primarily aroma and dry hopping due to its potent aroma and flavour, but high enough alpha acids to contribute good bitterness. Excellent as a single hop or part of a blend for IPA, pale ale, and hop-forward American wheat beers. Aroma & Flavor Characteristics:... Read More

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US Jarrylo T90 x 5Kg - 2016 Crop

"It has a unique banana character that plays well with wheats and weizens, but it also inherited its mother's spicey notes, which are perfectly suited for Saisons and other belgian styles. Jarrylo has also been used as a bittering hop in pale ales and IPAs, lending a fresh fruit aroma of pears and oranges."

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US Loral T90 x 5kg

"The aroma profile of LoralT has been described as a "super noble hop" with its wonderful floral and herbal notes followed by a backdrop of citrus and earthy character. A touch of sweet fruity aroma rounds out this well-balanced hop. In beer, the floral notes are accentuated yet complemented nicely by fruity and citrus with just a hint of herbal. Don't expect an... Read More

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US Magnum T90 x 5kg

Perfect for bittering with no distinct aroma characteristics.

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US Mosaic T90 x 5kg

"Origin: USA. Known as HBC 369 until its release in 2012, Mosaic® is a new variety from the Hop Breeding Company, LLC. It is a daughter of Simcoe and a Nugget-derived male. Usage: Mosaic® is often compared to an amplified Citra®, with which it shares a respectable alpha content but a highly-desired oil profile as well. This unique oil profile makes it most... Read More

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US Mt Hood T90 x 5Kg

"Origin: Oregon, USA. Bred in 1983 and first released in 1989, Mt. Hood is a sister hop of Crystal, Liberty, and Ultra. It is the daughter of Hallertau Mittelfrüh crossed with a USDA 19058M male. Usage: With its noble heritage, Mt. Hood is an excellent choice for pale lagers, wheat beers, and German or Belgian ales where a refined aroma with low to moderate... Read More

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US Nugget T90 x 5Kg

"Origin: USA. Nugget was bred in 1970 to meet a growing demand for high-alpha hops, and remains one of the most widely cultivated varieties in Oregon hopyards. Its lineage includes Brewers Gold, Early Green, and Canterbury Goldings. Usage: Known best for the smooth, clean bitterness it imparts, Nugget can also be put to use as an aroma hop. It is right at home in... Read More

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US Palisade T90 x 5Kg - 2014 Crop

"Features complex floral, herbal and grassy aromas in addition to flavors of nectar fruits and citrus. Palisade is an open pollination cross from Swiss Tettnanger."

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US Palisade T90 x 5Kg - 2016 Crop

"Features complex floral, herbal and grassy aromas in addition to flavors of nectar fruits and citrus. Palisade is an open pollination cross from Swiss Tettnanger."

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US Pekko T90 x 5Kg - 2016 Crop

"Complex and clean - floral, citrus and mint"

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US Simcoe T90 x 5Kg

"With a high alpha percentage and low cohumulone, it makes a very nice foundational bittering hop. It is also noted though for its favorable aroma qualities. It has a pleasantly fruity, yet earthy herbal and piney aroma."

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US Sorachi Ace T90 x 5kg

"Origin: USA. Originally developed in the 1980s in Japan for Sapporo, recent years have the hop gaining acreage in the Pacific Northwest. Its parentage includes Brewers Gold, Saaz, and Beikei No. 2. Usage: Dual purpose. With a potent alpha acid level, Sorachi Ace is a more than capable bittering hop. Its unique aromatics make it welcome in styles that embrace... Read More

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US Sterling T90 x 5Kg

"Origin: USA. Sterling's pedigree includes Saaz, Cascade, Brewers Gold, Early Green, and other European varieties. It was released in 1998 as a higher-alpha replacement for Saaz with improved disease resistance and storability. Usage: Dual purpose: although primarily used for its exciting, pleasant aromatics, Sterling's alpha acid levels can contribute in the... Read More

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US Summit T90 x 5kg

"Origin: Washington, USA. Bred from Zeus, Nugget, and a number of USDA males. Introduced by the American Dwarf Hop Association in 2003. Usage: Very high alpha levels make it an unparalleled bittering hop, but SummitT is fully dual purpose - SummitT excels as early or late additions in hoppy American-style ales, though its unique flavor and aroma can be love it or... Read More

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US Warrior T90 x 5Kg

"Origin: Washington, USA. First dubbed YCR 5 cv., Warrior® was developed by Yakima Chief Ranches and arose from the same program that gave us Simcoe. It is known for both high alpha content and high yield in the hopyard. Usage: Dual purpose, with smooth bittering thanks to a typically low co-humulone level and a sensory profile welcome in hoppy American ales.... Read More

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US Willamette T90 x 5Kg

"Origin: USA. At one time the most widely-grown US aroma hop, Willamette is a daughter of the renowned English Fuggle and was released from the USDA in the 1970s. It is named after Oregon's Willamette River and the hop-growing valley. Usage: Aroma. Willamette can be incorporated into many styles thanks to its moderate alpha and mellow disposition. English ales are... Read More

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