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Pellet

$3.25
Citrusy hop with flavors and aromas of lemon, orange and stone fruits, especially peach and apricot, Amarillo provides a good alternative to Cascade with higher Alpha Acid percentages.
$2.98
With strong citrus, grapefruit, melon, lime, gooseberry, passion fruit and lychee, Citra hops will develop peachy and tropical notes following dry hopping.
$2.98
A dual-purpose and uniquely American hybrid hop, Simcoe may be used as a bittering hop. The variety provides a clean, pine-like aroma and flavoring with a slight hint of citrus. Less astringent than other piney hops, Simcoe has been highly sought after for creating distinctive and unique Pale Ales.
$2.38
A citrusy all-purpose hop, Centennial’s aroma’s and flavors are reminiscent of a well-ripened grapefruit and/or blood orange. While a good alternative to Cascade, the hop provides an intensely and distinctive floral aroma, quite unlike most other hop varieties.
$2.10
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.
$2.30
Similar in character to Hersbrucker, Strisselspalt exhibits flavors and aromas of citrus, cassis, grapefruit, lemon grass and eucalyptus. Quite spicy, herbal, floral, and with notes of fruit, the varietal is recommended for French farmhouse styles such as, saison and biere de garde, but proves suitable for pilsner, lager, wheat and Belgian ales.
$3.25
Nelson Sauvin is described as imparting a fresh crushed gooseberry, herbal fruitiness and Sauvignon Blanc flavors and aromas. 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.
$3.18
With unique lemon and dill characteristics in the finished beer, Sorachi Ace is an extremely unique, high alpha aroma hop variety with great bittering characteristics.<
$2.50
Chinook provides a mild to medium-heavy, spicy, distinct piney aroma. With flavors and aroma’s of Fennel, Basil, Elderberry, Lychee, Red berries, Chinook is a high alpha acid hop with a more than acceptable aroma profile. Delivering piney and resinous aromas, especially as a dry hopping addition, Chinook was originally developed as a bittering hop.
$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.
$2.99
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.
$2.25
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.
$2.90
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.
$2.89
With unique flavors and aromas, El Dorado was created to deliver a wide range of interesting characteristics, including stone fruits such as Cherries, pear and cherry lifesavers. Truly a dual-purpose hop, El Dorado produces a firm but rather clean bittering quality to the finished beer.
$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
$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.
$2.38
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.
$3.12
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.
$3.49
Similar to several new German varieties, Hallertau Blanc offers bold flavors and aromas, supplying the characteristics desired for American-style ales. With floral and fruity aromas comparable to passion fruit, grapefruit, pineapple, gooseberry, grape, cassis, elderflower and lemongrass, Hallertau Blanc has begun to develop a following among American Craft brewers.
$2.50
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
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.

 

$3.18
Idaho 7 Hop Pellets
$3.25

Dual Purpose, Mint, Pineapple, Menthol

$2.38

Orange, Vanillia, Earthy, Floral

$3.25
Amazingly refreshing aroma; descriptions usually include mango, papaya, orange, grapefruit, lemon, pine, spice, pineapple, grassy, tropical fruit, and citrus.
$2.78

The very high alpha, good storage stability and low cohumulone ratio make Apollo an excellent choice for bittering. Added late into the boil it provides strong grapefruit, pine, resinous and lime. Alpha acid typically 15% -19%

$2.78

Crisp, fruity aroma. Flavour of Apples, pears, stone fruit and lime citrus. While the varieties alpha acid levels often range between 12-14%, Calypso is regarded as a dual purpose type and can be utilized in every stage of the brewing process.

$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. 

 *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. 

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

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