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Hops are divided into three types - bittering, aroma and dual-purpose - based on the function they serve in the brewing process. Bittering hops are usually high in alpha acids and minimal in essential oil, aroma hops offer an abundance of essential oils with lesser alpha acids, and dual-purpose hops contain both in balanced amounts.

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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%


  • Glacier US Pellets

    Glacier (US) Pellets

    Glacier is a mild, dual-purpose hop with a pleasant aroma and low cohumulone levels. Hop Type: Dual-Purpose Origin: United States Alpha Acid: 5.1% Similar Varieties: Willamette, Fuggle Common Styles: Pale Ale, ESB, Porter, Stout


  • Galena US Hop Pellets

    Galena (US) Hop Pellets

    Galena was bred in 1968 from an open pollination of an unknown male with Brewers Gold. Released in 1978, it continues to enjoy success as a multipurpose high-alpha variety. Given its high alpha and crop yield, Galena is most often found as a classic bittering hop, in much the same vein as Nugget and its descendants. But it is sometimes employed as a finishing hop. It has a mild to moderate character, with a surprisingly pleasant tropical citrus quality. Galena can also have a slightly rustic edge which belies its Brewers Gold ancestry. Hop Type: Bittering Origin: United States Alpha Acid: 11.5% Similar Varieties: Columbus, Nugget, Cluster, Chinook Common Styles: American or English-style Ale, IPA


  • El Dorado™ US Pellets

    El Dorado™ (US) Pellets

    El Dorado is a unique, dual-purpose hop with exceptional aroma qualities and high alpha acid levels. A relatively new variety, its consistent performance eliciting fruity notes, especially tropical fruit flavors, has quickly made El Dorado popular for hop-forward styles or beers with complex flavor profiles. Tasting notes commonly specify aromas of watermelon, pear, candy, or stone fruit. There is often an undertone of citrus, and sometimes an identifiable fresh-cut-grass taste. Hop Type: Dual-Purpose Origin: Moxee, WA (US) Alpha Acid: 13.6% Similar Varieties: Citra, Nelson Sauvin, Rakau Common Styles: American Pale Ale, IPA


  • Ekuanot Hop Pellets

    Ekuanot Hop Pellets

    Developed by Hop Breeding Company and released in 2014, Ekuanot™ Brand HBC 366 features pronounced aroma characteristics and extremely high oil content. This variety bursts out of the spring soil in vibrant yellow and gradually matures to a deep green color by fall harvest. Specific descriptors include melon, berry, orange peel, lime, papaya, pine and fresh peppers. Alpha Acids:13 - 14.2 % Beta Acids: 4 - 5 % Total Oil: 2.5 - 4 mL/100g


  • Crystal US Pellets

    Crystal (US) Pellets

    An American offspring of Hallertau, Crystal has a similarly mild aroma with floral and spice notes. However, the spice notes can be more prominent in Crystal than in Hallertau or other Hallertau offspring, contributing slight cinnamon, nutmeg, or pepper notes. Crystal is both very popular and increasingly popular among craft brewers, who most commonly use it in light American ales and continental style lagers. Hop Type: Aroma Origin: United States Alpha Acid: 2.3% Similar Varieties: Mt. Hood, Liberty Common Styles: German Pilsners, American Pale Ales


  • Comet Hop Pellets

    Comet Hop Pellets

    Comet is a bittering hop. Originally used for its high alpha acid, today Comet is used for a variety of beers. Although Comet is listed as a bittering hop, it delivers strong aromas of grass, grapefruit, and "Wild American." Alpha Acids: 9.5 % Beta Acids: 4 - 5% Total Oils: 1.2 - 2 mL/100g


  • Challenger GB Pellets

    Challenger(GB) Pellets

    A signature variety of the English brewing tradition, Challenger is a granddaughter of Northern Brewer with some Northdown in its lineage as well. It was released in 1972 by Wye College. Although it has limited acres elsewhere, most of this hop s production remains in the UK. As a standalone hop or part of a blend, Challenger excels for boiler, hop back, and cask additions. Right at home in any English ale formulation, it has also found application in some west coast-style American IPAs. The flavor and aroma feature mild to moderately intense spice with elements of evergreen and ripe fruit. As a dry hop, Challenger adds a bright, grassy character. It blends well with earthy or floral varieties. Hop Type: Dual-Purpose Origin: United Kingdom Alpha Acid: 6.3% Similar Varieties: East Kent Goldings, Perle, Styrian Goldings Common Styles: British-style Ale and Lager


  • Bravo Hop Pellets

    Bravo Hop Pellets

    Developed by Hopsteiner Breeding Company and released in 2006, Bravo is a second generation super-alpha variety. It is an excellent bittering variety but showcases pleasant fruit and sweet floral aroma characteristics too. Specific aroma descriptors include orange, vanilla and floral. Alpha Acids: 14.7% Beta Acids: 3.5 - 5.5 % Total Oil: 2.3 - 3.5 mL/100g


  • Azacca™ US Pellets

    Azacca™ (US) Pellets

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    Azacca® is a new hop from Washington that has great aromatic qualities making it great at late or dry hop additions. The aroma has sustained citrus and mango notes with a little orchard fruit. The high myrcene fraction makes this hop great in IPAs. Also with its high acid content, Azacca® can be used at the start of a boil to great affect. Hop Statistics:Alpha Acids: 14 – 16%Beta Acids: 4.0 – 5.5%Alpha-Beta Ratio: 2.55 – 4Cohumulone: (% of alpha acids): 38 – 45%Total Oils in mls per 100 grams dried: 1.6 – 2.5Storage(% alpha acids remaining after 6 months storage at 68° F): N/ASimilar Hop Varieties: N/A

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