Hops are used for flavor, bittering, and aroma in your beer. We have a wide selection of both hop pellets and leaf hops to help dial in your recipe.
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Hops

$3.98
APPLICATION AND USAGE
 
LupuLN2 may be used anywhere pellet hops can be
used and are best used for late kettle and dry hop
additions. As a starting point for recipe formulation or
modification dose rate is estimated at 50% of pellets
by weight. It is best used in beers defined by their
hop flavor and aroma with hop loads of at least 1 lb/
bbl in late kettle or dry hop additions where a larger
yield increase will occur from substituting out pellets
or whole leaf. 

 *May not be available in all retail locations-Please contact your local Brew and Grow to verify availability.

$2.40
Extensively used in the kettle and for dry hopping, US Kent Goldings is the American grown version of the classic English Ale hop typically associated with all varieties of English bitter, porter, stout, brown ale et al. Characterized as smooth and delicate, UK Kent Goldings has flavors and aromas often described as floral, lavender, citrus, spice, artichoke, honey, earth, woodruff and lemon with thyme overtones, albeit inflected differently from growing conditions in the United States, including an aroma and flavor of tea, chocolate and berry.
$2.38
Noble variety of hops described as mild, slightly flowery and somewhat spicy, Hallertau Mittelfruh is a traditional hop for bittering, flavor and aroma hopping. With flavors and aromas of Bergamot, licorice, blackberry, aniseed and cirus fruit, Mittlefruh provides a classic flavor and aroma in myriad styles of lagers including pilsner, bock, dunkel, and Munich Helles.
$3.25
Utilized as a dual-purpose hop, Australian Galay was developed and grown solely in Australia. Producing a quite distinctive citrus and passion fruit character, the hop is often added to the kettle in late additions. For flavor and aroma, Galaxy is typically found in IPA and Double IPA style beers.
$2.30
Considered a good high alpha variety with an acceptable kettle hop aroma, Target will often be employed as the bittering hop in styles of ales and lagers typical of the British Isles. Target offers a distinct spicy, floral, sage and citrus qualities to the finished beer.
$2.99
With flavor and aroma characteristics described as pear, gooseberry, mandarin, lime, peach, tropical fruit, citrus, berry, herbal, earthy and pine characteristics, Mosaic presents the desired features expected in a modern American aroma hop.
$2.30
Zythos displays quite distinct citrus, pineapple, tropical fruit and piney characteristics in the finished beer. The hop blend was designed to complement typical flavor and aroma hops utilized in American style pale ales and IPA’s.
$3.69
Bred to meet market demand for bolder hop flavors and aromas, Mandarina Bavaria exhibits fruity notes, most notably a distinctive quality of tangerine. With secondary characteristics reminiscent of pineapple, lemon, lime, bubblegum gooseberry, cassis and strawberry, the variety lends a unique citrus and fruit quality to lagers and ales.
$3.69
Bred in Germany to meet demand from the craft brewing industry, Hull Melon displays distinctive honeydew melon and strawberry aroma. The variety was released in 2012 and exhibits fruit tea, aniseed, wild strawberry, geranium, vanilla, tropical fruit and orange
$2.90
Cascade exhibits flavors and aromas of grapefruit, lychee, blackberry, toffee, strawberry in the finished beer. While mainly utilized as a flavor and aroma hop, the varietal proves acceptable as a bittering hop. In the category of classic American C hops, Cascade provides distinct characteristics in numerous styles of ale.
$4.38
This is a limited release product, please call to verify availability.

Item may not be available in all retail locations.  Please contact your local Brew and Grow to verify availability.

$2.00
A newer variety of aroma hop in the noble vein, Celeia provides a pleasant hoppy aroma and peppery tingle on the palate. Celeia proves excellent as a bittering hop and often finds utilization in English and Belgian-style Ales, Lager and Pilsner style beers.
$2.70
Requiring judicious application in the brew house, Nelson Sauvin is a truly unique dual-purpose variety often utilized for the production of big punchy ales and subtly bitter lagers. While the fruitiness may overpower the un-initiated, the varietal provides bold hop character, applicable to a variety of beer styles such as pale ale IPA, blonde ale and pilsners and seasonal and specialty craft beers. Nelson Sauvin is described as imparting gooseberry and Sauvignon Blanc flavors and aromas.
$2.70
Requiring judicious application in the brew house, Nelson Sauvin is a truly unique dual-purpose variety often utilized for the production of big punchy ales and subtly bitter lagers. While the fruitiness may overpower the un-initiated, the varietal provides bold hop character, applicable to a variety of beer styles such as pale ale IPA, blonde ale and pilsners and seasonal and specialty craft beers. Nelson Sauvin is described as imparting gooseberry and Sauvignon Blanc flavors and aromas.
$5.58
APPLICATION AND USAGE
 
LupuLN2 may be used anywhere pellet hops can be
used and are best used for late kettle and dry hop
additions. As a starting point for recipe formulation or
modification dose rate is estimated at 50% of pellets
by weight. It is best used in beers defined by their
hop flavor and aroma with hop loads of at least 1 lb/
bbl in late kettle or dry hop additions where a larger
yield increase will occur from substituting out pellets
or whole leaf. 

 *May not be available in all retail locations-Please contact your local Brew and Grow to verify availability.

$5.18
APPLICATION AND USAGE
 
LupuLN2 may be used anywhere pellet hops can be
used and are best used for late kettle and dry hop
additions. As a starting point for recipe formulation or
modification dose rate is estimated at 50% of pellets
by weight. It is best used in beers defined by their
hop flavor and aroma with hop loads of at least 1 lb/
bbl in late kettle or dry hop additions where a larger
yield increase will occur from substituting out pellets
or whole leaf. 

 *May not be available in all retail locations-Please contact your local Brew and Grow to verify availability.

$5.38
APPLICATION AND USAGE
 
LupuLN2 may be used anywhere pellet hops can be
used and are best used for late kettle and dry hop
additions. As a starting point for recipe formulation or
modification dose rate is estimated at 50% of pellets
by weight. It is best used in beers defined by their
hop flavor and aroma with hop loads of at least 1 lb/
bbl in late kettle or dry hop additions where a larger
yield increase will occur from substituting out pellets
or whole leaf. 

 *May not be available in all retail locations-Please contact your local Brew and Grow to verify availability.

$5.38
APPLICATION AND USAGE
 
LupuLN2 may be used anywhere pellet hops can be
used and are best used for late kettle and dry hop
additions. As a starting point for recipe formulation or
modification dose rate is estimated at 50% of pellets
by weight. It is best used in beers defined by their
hop flavor and aroma with hop loads of at least 1 lb/
bbl in late kettle or dry hop additions where a larger
yield increase will occur from substituting out pellets
or whole leaf. 

 *May not be available in all retail locations-Please contact your local Brew and Grow to verify availability.

$2.38
Thought to resemble Cascade in flavor and aroma, Ahtanum will also produce more grapefruit flavors and lower bitterness than Cascade with apricot aromas and flavors similar to Amarillo.
$2.10
Noted for a sharp bittering quality, Brewers Gold imparts a fruity, spicy aroma and flavor. Brewer's Gold proves suitable for a wide range of styles from English Ales to German Lagers, providing the bittering element for beers finished with noble hop varieties such as Tettnang and Hallertau Mittelfruh. With flavors and aromas described as dried fruits, lemon, red and black currant, Melissa and spices, Brewers Gold provides a “European” element to a variety of beer styles.
$2.18
Distinct spice, earthy, onion, garlic and citrus (pink grapefruit, orange and tangerine) notes, Summit has found utilization mainly as a bittering hop. Overuse of the hop typically will enhance the garlic and onion characteristics. With flavors and aromas of pepper, gooseberry, wild garlic, incense and aniseed, Summit may be used as a late edition hop in moderate quantities.
$2.38
Sterling features excellent flavor and aroma characteristics with herbal, earthy notes, spiciness with a hint of floral & citrus including lemon and pineapple. For pilsners, lagers, American and Belgian-style ales, Sterling is often considered a more than adequate substitution for Czech Saaz, creating similar noble characteristics in the finished beer.
$2.50
A quintessential noble hop, Czech Saaz is described as very mild, spicy and earthy, associated with Czech Pilsner and utilized in a number of styles, including continental lager, wheat beer, and pils style lager. Often specified in a variety of Belgian style ales, the noble variety has flavors and aromas often described as honey, bergamot, chamomile tea, woody, tarragon, lavender, cedarwood, smoked bacon and spiciness.
$2.50
With delicate floral, fruit, spice and mint tones, German Perle is a good dual-purpose hop with moderate and balanced bittering potential. With flavors and aromas often described as straw, apricot, honey, citrus, German Perle is often considered a hop with mild and pleasant characteristics in the finished beer.
$2.30
Palisade is a flavor and aroma variety with fruity, pungent and earthy undertones. With flavors and aromas described as orange, apricot, yoghurt, passion fruit and honey, Palisade is often utilized for aroma and moderate bittering in American and English style ales.<
$3.30
Orange marmalade aptly describes the citrusy aroma notes achieved through late addition. For a variety of lager and ale styles, Pacifica adds classic Hallertau character with some citrus and floral notes while early additions yield a soft, yet solid bittering qualities.
$2.90
With the bold aromas and flavors of fresh citrus, mild earth, grass, pine and crushed black pepper, Pacific Jade delivers a pleasing soft bitterness due to the varieties low Cohumulone levels. When employed as an early kettle addition, Pacific Jade provides balance to dryer lager styles, easily showcasing the varieties smooth bittering qualities.
$3.10
Displaying similarities to the varieties Saazer parentage, Motueka provides lemon and lime along with tropical fruit notes in the finished beer. For SMaSH beers, the varietal proves excellent for multiple flavor and aroma additions, presenting a mild and pleasant effect following fermentation.
$2.38
Mild and somewhat pungent, Mt Hood is an aroma hop variety, similar to the finest German noble hop varieties. Mt. Hood is often used for aroma and flavor in American and German ales and lagers. With flavors and aromas described as honey, lemon cake, lemon tea, tarragon and fennel, Mt. Hood proves comparable to Hallertau and Hersbrucker varieties.
$2.18
An excellent, newer variety, Glacier imparts balanced bittering properties combined with a good aroma profile in the finished beer. For Pale Ale’s, ESB, Bitter, English Style Pale Ale, Porter and Stout, Glacier is an excellent dual purpose variety, finding utilization as a bittering and aroma hop.
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