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  • Green Bullet Hop Pellets

    Green Bullet Hop Pellets

    Green Bullet is a high alpha variety that also has a pleasant aroma of lemon candy with subtle spice and grassy notes. Although many high-alpha varieties are used mostly in ales, Green Bullet performs equally well in lager styles. Hop Type: Bittering Origin: New Zealand Alpha Acid: 12.1%

    $2.25

  • Hallertau Mittelfrüh DE

    Hallertau Mittelfrüh (DE)

    The signature landrace variety of the Hallertau region in Bavaria, Hallertau Mittelfüh is, at least to some, the epitome of noble hops. Although it can be and is used throughout the boil, it is most prized for its fine, elegant aroma and flavor contribution. Mittelfrüh has been one of Europe's most widely esteemed varieties for centuries and is practically synonymous with continental lagers (particularly Bavarian styles) and many types of German and Belgian ales. The aroma is complex but mild and approachable.  Specific aroma descriptors include mild, yet spicy, with floral and citrus tones. Its many offshoots and daughters show some of these same qualities, but none has the same range and balance as Mittelfrüh. Hop Type: Aroma Origin: Germany Alpha Acid: 5.4% Similar Varieties: Tradition, Hersbrucker, Mount Hood, Liberty Common Styles: This classic German aroma hop is often associated with Bavarian-style lager beers, Continental Lagers and Wheat Beers, German Pilsner, Altbier.

    $2.25

  • Horizon US Pellets

    Horizon (US) Pellets

    Horizon is an excellent bittering hop, not only for its high alpha percentage, but also low cohumulone content, which ensures a very smooth bitterness. The aromatic qualities are not to be overlooked - Horizon is a dual-purpose variety. It has a very desirable, delicate nose with floral and citrus notes. Horizon is widely used in craft breweries to brew a variety of styles. Hop Type: Dual-Purpose Origin: United States Alpha Acid: 11.4% Similar Varieties: Magnum

    $1.95

  • Idaho 7 Hop Pellets

    Idaho 7 Hop Pellets

    Idaho 7 is an experimental hop variety that was born out of Jackson Hop Farm in Wilder, Idaho (who would have thought). It's considered a dual-purpose hop due to its high alpha acid content (9%-14%) while also having a high oil content which makes it a solid finishing hop. Now let's take a look at all the cool science stuff: Alpha Acids: 14 %Beta Acids: 4%-5%Total Oil: 1.0 -1.6Aroma & Flavor Profile: Pungent tropical fruit and citrus (orange, apricot, red grapefruit, papaya). Big notes of resiny pine and hints of black tea.

    $2.69

  • Liberty US Pellets

    Liberty (US) Pellets

    Liberty came about in 1983 as part of the same USDA program that produced its half-sisters Crystal, Mt. Hood, and Ultra. It is a triploid daughter of Hallertau Mittelfrüh and a downy mildew-resistant USDA male, #64035M, and of the four is considered to most closely resemble its mother. Designed as a substitute for Hallertau Mittelfrüh, Liberty makes an excellent domestic stand-in for European noble hops in German pils, Bavarian-style lagers, Kolsch, Hefeweizen, Biere de Garde, and Belgian ales. Mild and refined, Liberty's aroma is spicy, sweet, grassy and haylike. Hop Type: Aroma Origin: United States Alpha Acid: 4.7% Similar Varieties: Mount Hood, Hallertau, Crystal Common Styles: Bock, Kolsch, German Lager

    $1.95

  • Loral Hop Pellets

    Loral Hop Pellets

    Developed by Hop Breeding Company and released in 2016, Loral™ Brand HBC 291 has a noble heritage that straddles the fence between old and new world hop aromatics. It has the ability to complement all beer styles, making it a very versatile hop in the brewery. Loral™ has been described as pleasant with floral, citrus, peppery and some dark fruit characteristics. Specific aroma descriptors include very pleasant, floral, peppery, lemon-citrus and dark fruit. Alpha Acids:12.9 % Beta Acids: 4.9 - 5.3 % Total Oil: 1.8 - 2.9 mL/100g

    $1.99

  • Magnum DE Pellets

    Magnum (DE) Pellets

    This American bred hop offers a noble aroma that is ideal for all Lagers, Belgian Ales, and Wheats. Low bittering power lets the rich aroma of spicy, floral, and woodsy notes to sing in your brew. Alpha Acids:5 - 6 % Beta Acids: 5 - 7 % Total Oil: 0.8 - 1.2 mL/100g

    $1.95

  • Mandarina Bavaria DE Pellets

    Mandarina Bavaria (DE) Pellets

    A daughter of Cascade, along with Hallertau Blanc and Hülll Melon, Mandarina Bavaria was released in 2012. A tangerine machine when used for late, whirlpool, and dry hop additions, Mandarina Bavaria is quickly finding support in the brewhouse for American IPA and variants, black ales, saisons, Brett fermentations, and other beers where a definite fruity and strongly hoppy character is beneficial. It's sweet and distinctive with intense tangerine and orange candy notes and a resinous, herbal follow up. Hop Type: Aroma Origin: Germany Alpha Acid: 11.3% Common Styles: American IPA, Saison

    $3.95

  • Mosaic Hop Pellets

    Mosaic Hop Pellets

    Out of stock

    Known as HBC 369 until its release in 2012, Mosaic , as the name implies offers a complex array of desirable aroma and flavors. It is a daughter of Simcoe and a Nugget-derived male. Mosaic is often compared to Citra, with which it shares a respectable alpha content but a highly-desired oil profile that makes it most commonly used for flavor and aroma. Its exotic, fruit-laden bouquet lends itself well to American-style IPAs, saisons, wheats, and Brettanomyces-fermented beers. It offers strong impressions of citrus oil, balsam pine, blueberry, peach and tropical fruit (especially mango, but also shades of lime and mandarin orange). Hop Type: Dual-Purpose Origin: United States Alpha Acid: 11.2 %  Similar Varieties: Citra® Common Styles: American Pale Ale, IPA

    Out of stock

    $2.95

  • Sale -26% Mosaic Hop Pellets - 8 oz

    Mosaic Hop Pellets - 8 oz

    Out of stock

    Known as HBC 369 until its release in 2012, Mosaic , as the name implies offers a complex array of desirable aroma and flavors. It is a daughter of Simcoe and a Nugget-derived male. Mosaic is often compared to Citra, with which it shares a respectable alpha content but a highly-desired oil profile that makes it most commonly used for flavor and aroma. Its exotic, fruit-laden bouquet lends itself well to American-style IPAs, saisons, wheats, and Brettanomyces-fermented beers. It offers strong impressions of citrus oil, balsam pine, blueberry, peach and tropical fruit (especially mango, but also shades of lime and mandarin orange). Hop Type: Dual-Purpose Origin: United States Alpha Acid: 11.2 %  Similar Varieties: Citra® Common Styles: American Pale Ale, IPA

    Out of stock

    $23.60$17.50

  • Motueka NZ Pellets

    Motueka (NZ) Pellets

    Motueka is the result of a breeding program aimed at creating novel aroma hops that impart unique flavors to beer. Against a background character reminiscent of its Saazer parent, Motueka offers vivacious notes of lemon, lime, and tropical fruits. The moderate alpha acid levels make it suitable for a wide range of applications, and it produces excellent results when employed in multiple additions. It offers a balanced bitterness that integrates well with high gravity brews and nicely compliments strong malt characteristics like sweetness and body. While typically used in traditional pilsners and Belgian ales, Motueka is gaining popularity in the American craft brewing scene. It's now being used in an increasingly wide range of American, English and continental styles, including, of course, the IPA. Hop Type: Aroma Origin: New Zealand Alpha Acid: 6.1% Similar Varieties: Saaz Common Styles: Continental Lager Styles, Belgian Ales

    $2.85

  • Mt. Hood Hop Pellets

    Mt. Hood Hop Pellets

    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. 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 bitterness is desirable. It makes a good substitute for German-grown Hallertau varieties. It's moderately intense and sweet with suggestions of herb-infused honey and flowers and green fruit. Some crops range into pungence with a more pronounced herbal note. Hop Type: Aroma Origin: United States Alpha Acid: 4.6% Similar Varieties: Liberty, Hallertau, Crystal Common Styles: German and American-style Lagers and Ales, Pilsner, Belgian Ale

    $1.85

  • Nelson Sauvin NZ Pellets

    Nelson Sauvin (NZ) Pellets

    Nelson Sauvin is a highly prized, dual-purpose hop that has been used in a wide range of styles by craft brewers. It has a distinctive aroma, similar to Sauvignon Blanc wine or crushed gooseberries. Notes of passionfruit and tangerine are apparent as well. Nelson Sauvin has a low cohumulone content, which imparts a smooth bitterness. Hop Type: Dual-Purpose Origin: New Zealand Alpha Acid: 10.6 %

    $3.95

  • Northern Brewer Hop Pellets

    Northern Brewer Hop Pellets

    An offspring of Brewer's Gold with some ancestry from an American wild hop, this English-bred high alpha variety later found favor and acreage all over the world. In Germany it s known primarily as a bittering hop. German Northern Brewer is predominantly spicy with an undercurrent of woods and wild fruit, suggestive of its Brewer s Gold parentage. Overall balanced with lasting flavor that reads as simply hoppy - not as outright woodsy and bright as US-grown Northern Brewer. Hop Type: Dual-Purpose Origin: Germany Alpha Acid: 6.9% Similar Varieties: Chinook, Columbus, Galena, Magnum Common Styles: Continental Lagers, Belgian Ale, Trappist Ale, Farmhouse Styles

    $1.65

  • Nugget Hop Pellets

    Nugget Hop Pellets

    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. 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 most American craft styles, especially those for which hop bitterness is a primary component. The aroma and flavor are mild and quite sweet with a low-key, herbal/fruit quality: lemon candy, ginger, fresh oregano, rosemary. Hop Type: Bittering Origin: United States Alpha Acid: 15.3% Similar Varieties: Galena, Magnum, Columbus Common Styles: IPA

    $1.95

  • Pacific Jade NZ Pellets

    Pacific Jade (NZ) Pellets

    Out of stock

    Pacific Jade is a high-alpha hop that produces a very soft bitterness, attributable to its low cohumulone content. The smooth bitterness can allow the mouthfeel or flavor characteristics of other ingredients to be featured without sacrificing hoppiness. The bold, citrus and pepper aroma provides excellent results in dual-purpose applications, and nicely compliments full, malty beers. Hop Type: Bittering Origin: New Zealand Alpha Acid: 14.5% Common Styles: American pale ales, IPA

    Out of stock

    $2.25

  • Last stock! Pacifica NZ Pellets

    Pacifica (NZ) Pellets

    1 in stock

    Pacifica offers the classic citrus and floral aroma of its Hallertau parent, with hints of orange marmalade. The desirable oil profile promises good flavor integration with a variety of beer styles. Used as a bittering hop, Pacifica produces a soft yet solid finish, even in highly bittered beers. Hop Type: Aroma Origin: New Zealand Alpha Acid: 4.6% Similar Varieties: Hallertauer Mittelfrüh Common Styles: German Lagers, American Pale Ales

    1 in stock

    $3.95

  • Palisades Hop Pellets

    Palisades Hop Pellets

    Palisade is an aromic hop cultivated right here in the United States. It has an aromic profile of apricot, grass, floral, and clean. Great for American and English-style Ales, and Lagers. Alpha Acids: 8.9% Beta Acids: 5.5 - 8% Total Oil: 0.8 - 2 mL/100g 

    $1.95

  • Perle DE Pellets

    Perle (DE) Pellets

    Bred at Hülll from English Northern Brewer stock, Perle became extremely popular with German growers and brewers after its release in 1978. Primarily an aroma hop, in an excellent year it can have high enough alpha content for use as bittering as well. Its combination of delicacy and brightness go well with the clean flavors of European lagers and cold-fermented ales, as well as the yeast character of many Belgian beers. Some brewers also find nontraditional use for its flavors in blends for pale ale and other hoppy warm-fermented styles. Its aroma is lively and sweet with harmonized suggestions of fresh mint and spice in the nose. On the palate, Perle shows a complex mix of floral and spice with mild to medium intensity. Hop Type: Aroma Origin: Germany Alpha Acid: 7.1 % Similar Varieties: Liberty, Northern Brewer, Cluster Common Styles: Continental Ales and Lagers

    $1.75

  • Saaz Czech Hop Pellets

    Saaz Czech Hop Pellets

    From the German name for the Czech town of  atec, Saaz is the major landrace variety of the hopyards of the Czech Republic and the quintessential noble hop. It accounts for over 80% of the total acreage in its home country. Indispensable for authentic Bohemian-style Pilsner, Saaz possesses a mild but distinctively quality that is equally at home in other pale lager styles as well as Belgian and farmhouse ales. The aroma is soft, pleasantly spicy and herbal with vivid woodsy, earthy, and dark floral character. Rootstock grown elsewhere doesn t have the same range or balance as Czech flowers. Hop Type: Aroma Origin: Czech Republic Alpha Acid: 4.5% Similar Varieties: Crystal, Tettnang, Sterling Common Styles: Traditional Pilsners, Wheat beers, Belgian-style Ales

    $2.25

  • Saphir DE Pellets

    Saphir (DE) Pellets

    (German)Similar to Hallertaur Mittlefrueh. Low alpha acid. mild, floral flavor and clean citrus aroma. Average Alpha: 2.9%  

    $1.95

  • Simcoe US Hop Pellets

    Simcoe (US) Hop Pellets

    4 in stock

    Developed by Select Botanicals Group and released in 2000, Simcoe Brand YCR 14 cv. is known for its brewing versatility and unique aroma characteristics. It contains high alpha and low-cohumlone which has found favor in the craft and home brewing industries for dual purpose applications. Simcoe is moderately tolerant to powdery mildew and has good packability of a medium size cone. Alpha Acid: 11.5 - 15% Beta Acid: 3 - 4.5% Co-humulone: 17 - 21% Total Oil: 0.8 - 3.2 mL/100g B-Pinene: 0.5 - 1% of total oil Myrcene: 40 - 50% of total oil Linalool: 0.5 - 0.9% of total oil Caryophyllene: 8 - 14% of total oil Farnesene: < 1.0% of total oil Humulene: 15 - 20% of total oil Geraniol: 0.8 - 0.8% of total oil

    4 in stock

    $2.99

  • Sorachi Ace Pellets

    Sorachi Ace Pellets

    Originally developed in the 1980s in Japan for Sapporo, recent years have seen Sorachi Ace gaining acreage in the Pacific Northwest. Its parentage includes Brewers Gold, Saaz, and Beikei No. 2. With a potent alpha acid level, Sorachi is a more than capable bittering hop, while its unique aromatics make it welcome in styles that embrace bright citrus character: saison, witbier, and exotic riffs on IPA. Sorachi Ace is distinctive with a suggestion of dill and unmistakable overtones of lemon, including wood polish, fruit pith, and Lemon Zinger tea. Hop Type: Dual-Purpose Origin: United States Alpha Acid: 12.0 % Similar Varieties: Southern Cross Common Styles: Pilsner, Saison, IPA

    $2.35

  • Sterling US Hop Pellets

    Sterling (US) Hop Pellets

    Similar to its Saaz parent, Sterling has an herbal aroma with floral and citrus notes. But its higher alpha acid content makes it suitable for dual-purpose applications in a wide variety of beer styles. Hop Type: Dual-Purpose Origin: United States Alpha Acid: 12.3 Similar Varieties: Saaz, Lublin Common Styles: Czech Lagers, Belgian Ales, American Ales

    $1.65

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