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All hops are sold in 1oz. (ounce) oxygen purged light resistant bags. As Alpha and Beta acids change year to year. Please message us if you need to know the exact acids per package.


Ahtanum - Floral, earthy, citrus and grapefruit tones typical Alpha Acid: 5.7%- 6.3%.

Amarillo - Relatively new hop that was discovered as a mutation by a grower. American style hop. Average alpha acid 8.5%.
Alpha Acid = 8.5%

Apollo - 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  a strong grapefruit and hoppy note. Alpha Acid: 15 - 19%.

AU Galaxy - Distinct citrus, peach and passion fruit flavors. Typical Alpha Acid: 7.2%. For exact alpha acid please contact customer service. Typical Alpha Acid: 7.2%. For exact alpha acid please contact customer service.

AU Topaz - Resinous, grassy tones with light tropical flavors. Typical Alpha Acid 13.7% - 17.7%.

Azzaca - Big in citrus and tropical fruit tones. Azacca®'s excellent aromatic qualities have quickly made it a go-to hop for late and dry hop additions in varying styles of beer.

Bravo - Pleasant fruity and floral aroma characteristics. Alpha Acid: 14.0% - 17.0%. Alpha acids are listed as the typical range for the hop type.

Brewers Gold - A bittering hop that is noted to have a sharp bittering quality and imparts a fruity yet spicy aroma.  Brewer's Gold can be used in a wide range of styles from English Ales to German Lagers and adds a decidedly "European" element to the beer.  These make a good partner to noble varieties such as Tettnang and Hallertauer. 9.7 Alpha Acid.

Calypso - Dual purpose hop with a pleasantly complex fruity and citrusy aroma. Hints of pear, apple, sweet lemonlime, as well as notes of earthy tea. Alpha Acid: 12 - 14%

Cascade - Derived from a cross between Fuggles and the Russian hop Serebrianker.  Good for flavor and aroma, but an acceptable bittering hop.  Ales and Lagers. Average alpha acid 5.6% Typical Usage = Aroma
Substitution = Centennal, Amarillo, Ahtanum.

Centennial - Newer variety still under experimentation.  Cross between Brewer's Gold and a selected USDA male.  Aromatic but acceptable for bittering.  Medium to dark American Ales. Average alpha acid 8.5% Typical Usage = Muti-purpose
Substitutions = Cascade, Columbus, Chinook.

Chinook - Cross between Petham Goldings and USDA select male.  Released in 1985 and becoming popular.  Strong bittering ability.  All American Lagers and Ales. Average alpha acid 12.0% Typical Usage = Multi-purpose
Substitutions = Nugget, Columbus, Northern Brewer, Target, Centennial.

Citra - A new, moderately-high acid cross between Hallertau Mittelfreuh, U.S. Tettnanger, Bavarian, Brewers Gold and E.K. Golding.  Very fruity.  Used in Sierra Nevada Torpedo IPA and strong American and Belgian ales.
Alpha Acids = 11% Typical Usage = Multi Purpose
Substitutions = Amarillo, Centennal, Columbus.

Cluster - Excellent general purpose hop with medium and well-balanced bittering potential and no undesirable aroma properties.  Good for dark beers.  Used for bittering, good flavor.  Light and dark American Lagers. Average alpha acid 6.9%. Typical Usage = Multi Purpose
Substitutions = Galena, US Northern Brewer.

Columbus - Relatively new variety becoming increasingly accepted.  Used for bittering mainly, good flavor.  IPA, Pale Ale and Stouts.
Average alpha acid 15.6%. Typical Usage = Multi Purpose
Substitutions = Nugget, Target, Chinook, Northern Brewer.

Crystal - Mild, spicy and floral Typical Alpha acid: 3.5% - 5.5%.

Czech Saaz - Very mild, with pleasant earthy, herbal and floral overtones. Typical Alpha Acid: 2.0%-5.0%

Delta - Slightly spicy aroma that is mild and pleasant, along with hints of citrus and melon. Alpha Acid: 5.5 - 7.0%

Denali - Denali has a big aroma that imparts Pineapple with notes of Citrus and Pine. Alpha Acid: 13-15%

Equinox HBC 366 - An up-and-coming hop with pronounced aroma, tight cone structure and notably high oil content. Noted for an indescribably unique berry-and-fresh-pepper character. Alpha acid: 14.4 - 15.6 % Cohumulone: 31.7 - 38 % Beta acids: 4.6 - 5.1%

Eureka - Aroma: Black currant, dark fruits, strong herbal notes and pine tree. Alpha Acids: 17 - 19%.

Experimental 07270 - Aroma: Spicy, Resinous, Tangerine. Alpha Acids: 15 - 18.5%

Falconers Flight - Distinct tropical, citrus, floral, lemon and grapefruit tones. Typical Alpha Acid: 10.0% - 12.0%

UK Fuggle - Traditional aroma hop, appeared in 1875 England.  Also knowen overseas as Styrain Golding.  Used for finishing, dry hoping.  English Ales, especially Pale Ales, Porters and Stouts.  Average alpha acid 3.3%.Typical Usage = Aroma
Substitutions = UK Fuggle, Willamette, Styran Golding, US Tettnang.

Galena - Spicy, blackcurrant and citrus (grapefruit) tones. Typical Alpha acid: 12.0% - 14.0%.

German Northern Brewer - A true dual-purpose hop containing moderate amounts of alpha acids combined with an acceptable aroma profile.  Good for bittering with strong flavors and very fragrant.  Steam Beers, Dark English Ales and German lagers. 
Average alpha acid 6.5%.Typical Usage = Muti Purpose Substitutions = Chinook. Product of Germany

German Spalt - Mild and herbal with spicy, floral and fruit tones. Typical Alpha Acid: 2.5% - 5.5%.

German Tradition  - Medium intense floral and herbal tones. Typical Alpha Acid: 5.0% - 7.0%.

Glacier - An excellent new variety with balanced bittering properties combined with a good aroma profile. Good for use in Pale Ales, ESBs, Bitters, Porters and Stouts. Alpha Acid = 6% Typical Usage = aroma Substitutions = Willamette, US Fuggle, US Tettnang, Styran Goldings.

Golding - Genuine long-established East Kent Golding variety group imported from England.  Used for Pale Ales, ESB and English Style beers.  Average alpha acid 4.1%. Typical Usage = Multi Purpose.

Hallertau Blanc - This is the US version of the German Hallertau.  Good all-around bittering and finishing.  Stock Ales, Altbiers, Belgian Ales and Continental Style Lagers.  Average alpha acid 4.2%.Typical Usage = Multi Purpose.

Hallertau Mittelfrüh - Origin: Germany. The signature landrace variety of the Hallertau region in Bavaria, Hallertau Mittelfrüh is, at least to some, the epitome of noble hops. Usage: Aroma. 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. Aroma & Flavor Characteristics: Complex, but mild and approachable. A mixture of sweet, earthy,and herbal with vivid impressions of new-mown hay, sweet spices, and dried flowers. Its many offshoots and daughters show some of these same qualities, but none have the same range and balance as Mittelfrüh.

German Hersbrucker - Traditional German landrace variety selected in the Hersbruck area. Good to very good aroma hop.  Used for Lagers, Pilsners, Bocks, Weizen Bocks, Wheats, Belgian-Style Ales, Kolsch and Munich Helles. Alpha Acids = 4% Typical Usage = Aroma
Substitutions = Mt Hood, French Strisselspalt.

Horizon - Pleasant and spicy, with floral characteristics. Typical Alpha acid: 11.0% - 13.0%.

Jarrylo - Jarrylo® is a dwarf cultivar considered to be a dual purpose hop by most brewers. Provides banana, orange and spicy tones. Alpha Acid: 15 - 17%

Lemondrop - Notes of lemon, mint, green tea and slight melon. Alpha Acid: 5-7%

Liberty - Released in 1991, aroma variety with close similarities to imported German aroma varieties.  Used for finishing.  American and German Ales and Lagers.  Average allpha acid 3.6%.Typical Usage = Aroma
Substitutions = Hallertau, German Tradition, Mt Hood, Spalt.

Magnum - US MAGNUM First super alpha variety grown in Hallertau region.  Grown in Yakima Valley, useful for all beer types. 14.4% Alpha Acid.
Typical Usage = Multi Purpose.

Mosaic Hops, HBC 369CV - 1oz US Mosaic Pellet Hops.  A complex array of tropical fruit, citrus, berry, herbal, earthy and pine characteristics. Typical Alpha Acid 11.5% - 13.5%.

Mt. Hood - Aroma variety with similarities to the German Hallertau and Hersbrucker varieties, released in the US in 1989.  Used for aroma and flavor, American and German Ales/Lagers.  Average alpha acid 3.8%.Typical Usage = Aroma Substitutions = Crystal, French Strisselspalt, Hersbrucker.

Nugget - Selected from a cross between Brewer's gold and a high alpha male.  Extremely bitter.  Medium to Dark Ales and Lagers. 
Average alpha acid 12.2%.Typical Usage = Bittering Substitutions = Galena, Magnum, Target, Columbus.

NZ Nelson Sauvin - Distinct cool climate and white wine "fruitiness" with fresh Typical Alpha Acid: 12.0% - 13.0%.

NZ Pacific Jade - Bold herbal aromas with hints of fresh citrus and crushed black pepper. Typical Alpha Acid: 12.0%-14.0%.

Palisades Hops - Palisades is a newer hop variety from the Pacific Northwest bre from the Swiss Tettnang.  It has moderate strong bittering properties with high oil levels and earthy apricot-like aromas thats often decribed as "pretty".  Some craft breweries are producing all-Palisade pale ales and IPA's. 
Average alpha acid 6.7%. Typical Usage = Multi Purpose Substitutions = Tettnang.

Perle - Derived from English Northern Brewer, new to the US industry.  Minty bittering and good "green hop" aromas.  All non-Pilsner Lagers and Wheats. 
Average alpha acid 6.3%.Typical Usage = Muti Purpose Substitutions = German Perle, Northern Brewer.

Czech Saaz - Czech variety, but lacks some of the fineness of aroma.  Used for finishing, very flavorful.  Pilsners, Continental Lagers and Wheats.  Average alpha acid 5.0%.Typical Usage = AromaSubstitutions = Sterling.

Simcoe - A great dual purpose hop with high alpha acids, low co-humulone levels and a unique, pine-like aroma.  Can be used as an aromatic or bittering hop.  American Ales.  Average alpha acid 12.0%.Typical Usage = Multi PurposeSubstitutions = Magnum, Summit.

Sorachi Ace - Unique lemon and dill characterisitcs. Typical Alpha Acid 10.0% - 16.0%.

Sterling - American floral hop produced in 1998, Sterling has a aroma that is herbal and spicy with a hint of citrus.  Preceived to be simular to Sazz and Mt. Hood.  Best substitute is Czech Saaz.  Pilsner, Lagers and other Belgin-style Ales.  Average alpha acid 6.0%.Typical Usage = Multi Purpose
Subtitutions = Saaz, Mt Hood.

Styrai Celeia Goldings - St Celeia Golding otherwise know as Styrain Goldings.
A world-renowned aroma hop with widespread usage in both Ale and Lager brewing.  An ecotype of Fuggle grown in Slovenia.  Used for English-Style Ales, ESB, Bitter and Lagers.  Average alpha acid 4.9%.Typical Usage = Multi Purpose

Summit - Distinct spice, earth, onion, garlic and citrus tones. Typical Alpha Acid: 16.0% - 19.0%.

Tettnang - Recently established in the US, traditional German variety, true noble aroma variety.  Used for finishing.  Wheats and Lagers.  Average alpha acid 3.5%.Typical Usage = Multi PurposeSubstitutions = German Spalt Select, German Spalt.

UK Bramling Cross - Strong spice, blackcurrant, loganberry and lemon characteristics. Typical Alpha Acid: 6.0% - 8.0%.

UK Challenger - Cedar, green tea and sweet floral characteristics. Typical Alpha Acid: 6.5% - 9.0%.

UK East Kent Goldings - Smooth and delicate with floral, lavender, spice, honey, earth, lemon and thyme overtones. Typical Alpha Acid: 4.0% - 6.0%.

UK Target - An intense English hop aroma with distinct spicy, floral, sage and citrus characteristics. Typical Alpha Acid: 8.5% - 13.5%.

Warrior - A general-purpose bittering hop that offers a neutral, clean bittering primarily in ale styles.  Alpha acids are in the range of 15% to 17%.  It has a relative low cohumulone content which contributes to a smooth, pleasing bitterness.  This is a relatively new variety that has gained popularity in hoppy American Ales.

Willamette - A quality aroma hop with a smooth soft flavor.  Can be used for Ales and Lagers.  Used for finishing, dry hopping.  American and British Ales. 
Average alpha acid 3.9%.Typical Usage = AromaSubstitutions = US Fuggle, US Tettnang, Styran Golding.

Zythos - Distinct tropical (pineapple) and citrus tones, with slight pine characteristics. Typical Alpha Acid: 10.0%-12.5%.


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