Hops

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Hops

Mmmmmmm, hops! Please let us know if you want something we don't have in stock.
  1. Fuggle Hop Pellets (NZ)

    Fuggle was first noticed growing "wild" in the hop garden of George Stace Moore's house at Horsmonden in Kent, England in 1861. In 1875 it was introduced by Richard Fuggle who lived in the village of Brenchley (not far from Horsmonden) and hence it was called Fuggle. The aroma is earthier and less sweet than Kent Goldings. Substitutes: Willamette.
  2. Galaxy Hop Pellets
    $10.00

    Galaxy Hop Pellets

    Australian high alpha dual purpose triploid cultivar with a marked and unique hop aroma, described as a combination of citrus and passionfruit. The initial aromas and flavors are quite intense, but these moderate as the beer matures.
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  3. Galena Hop Pellets (US)
    $8.90

    Galena Hop Pellets (US)

    Galena Hops exceeds in bringing a clean crisp bitterness, and this makes it suitable for nearly any type of beer needing kick. This variety has higher myrcene oil content than most hops. Myrcene itself has the smell of sweet fruits such as grapes and peaches, while at the same time having essence of woody, or grassy elements. The balance of myrcene with the other oils brings a moderate and pleasant aroma, making it applicable for aroma additions in the wort.
  4. Golding Hop Pellets (NZ)

    The aroma from Golding is mellow and sweet scented. It is an engaging bouquet that has stood the test of modern brewing time. Brewers continue to use Golding (any of the varieties) in the kettle or for dry hopping for many styles of beers, mostly English and Belgian style ales. This is the variety grown in NZ.
  5. Golding Hop Pellets (UK)

    Goldings are a group of traditional and very popular English aroma hops grown prior to 1790. They tend to have a smooth, sweet flavour.
  6. Green Bullet (NZ) Hop Pellets

    Green Bullet delivers a very real, traditional bittering quality and hop flavour. A flagship within the New Zealand brewing industry this hop has contributed to several International Brewing Industry Awards. Considered a bittering variety typically for Lager, Green Bullet also carries a solid Styrian characteristic of subtle spiciness which finds it at home in a freshly drawn pint of Bitter or an Irish-style Dry Stout. “utility brewhouse workhorse”
  7. H Tradition (Germany) Hop Pellets

    A close relative of Hallertauer Mittelfrüh, bred for disease resistance at the Hüll Hop Research Institute in Germany. Very refined, sweet aroma. The aromas of this hop include raisin and plum as well as chocolate and grassy notes. Use for aroma and flavor additions in German lagers.
  8. HA Hersbrucker Hop Pellets (Germany)

    Hersbrucker Hops is world renowned and sought after around the globe. Its mostly used for the finishing touches on German and Bavarian style Lagers and Pilsners, and has also made its place known in Hefeweizens, Dunkles, and Bock beers.
  9. Hallertau Blanc Hop Pellets (Germany)

    Hallertau Blanc Hop Pellets - Specific aroma descriptors include floral and fruity with passion fruit, grapefruit, pineapple, grape and lemongrass overtones.
  10. Hallertau Magnum Hop Pellets (Germany)
    $11.00

    Hallertau Magnum Hop Pellets (Germany)

    Hallertau Magnum Hop Pellets (Germany)

    Usage: Bittering. Hallertauer Magnum is known for contributing very smooth, clean bitterness along the lines of Nugget and Horizon. High alpha content gives excellent bittering power for any hoppy style; great for German Pilsner.

    Aroma & Flavor Characteristics: Despite its predominant use as an early boil addition,Hallertauer Magnum has a fine, if understated, character, showing restrained and mild fresh flower and fruit aromatics when used late in the boil.