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Hops from Europe
  1. Czech Saaz Hop Pellets
    $12.90

    Czech Saaz Hop Pellets

    Saaz has a very distinctive flavour. When used in beer, the resultant aroma is very mild, earthy, herbal and spicy. Despite its popularity and noble pedigree, Saaz generally has a very low Alpha Acid level and is not very effective as a bittering hop. This hop is generally used for Bohemian style lagers and pilseners.
  2. Jester Hop Pellets (UK)

    Jester® has an intense, punchy aroma of new world proportions, with flavour notes of grapefruit and tropical fruits. Complex bitterness with fruity and herbal flavours. Alpha acid: 7-9% Beta acid: 4-6% Co-Humulone: 23-28% Total Oils: 0.6-1.2ml/100g Myrcene: 45-50% Humulene: 2% Farnesene: 0.1-0.2%
  3. Junga Hop Pellets (Poland)

    Junga was bread from variety Northern Brewer and Marynka and its typical bitter hop with big and heavy cones. Junga has very high bitter value and a good bitter quality like German Magnum but with nice aroma. Comparable with Nugget, Gelena, Chinock
  4. Kazbek Hop Pellets (Czech)

    Named for one of the highest peaks in the Caucasus Mountains, Kazbek’s parents are Saaz and a wild landrace from the Caucasus. Similar to Saaz, but turned up to 11. Can show a dominant bright citrus note of lemon or grapefruit, but never obscures the quintessential mixture of floral and earthy spice of its Saaz parent.
  5. Sybilla Hop Pellets (Poland)

    Sybilla is a Polish hop derived from a cross of Lubelski and Slovenian Styrian Golding. Very good aroma hop with high alpha acids. Comparable with German variety Perle or German Hallertau.
  6. Triskel Hop Pellets (France)

    Developed in 2006 as a cross between Strisselspalt and Yeoman, Triskel contains many of the same characteristics as Strisselspalt but displays a more pronounced flavor profile. Specific aroma descriptors include strong floral, herbal, citrus and spicy.
  7. Tettnang Hop Pellets

    Tettnang is considered a noble aroma hop and has been compared to both Hallertauer and Saazer, but Tettnanger has notably more farnesene content than Hallertauer. They carry a distinct floral and spicy aroma, and, despite the low alpha acids (up to 5%), they are considered to have a balanced “hoppy flavor.”
  8. Aurora Hop Pellets (Slovenia)

    Aurora is a diploid hybrid of Northern Brewer and a TG seedling of unknown origin, Aurora displays an intense yet pleasant aroma in finished beers. It is also known as Super Styrian.
  9. Polaris Hop Pellets (Germany)

    Polaris Hop features extremely high alpha content along with intense mint flavors.
  10. Strisselspalt Hops (France)

    Strisselpalt is from the Alsace area of France, near Strasbourg. It is globally accepted as a good aroma hop with similar characteristics to Hersbrucker. Specific aroma descriptors include spicy, citrusy, floral, fruity and herbal.