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Grown in a 3″ square container, and are a growing-season mature plant.
Plant stock is obtained from the National Clean Plant Network and is maintained at our greenhouse in a strict pest-management regimen to assure the best possible plant quality. All plants include planting care and instructions.
A unique New Zealand hop, originating in the 1970s, and commercially released in the early 1980’s. A dual purpose hop useful in Pale Ales and Lagers to add a firm bitterness as well as a citrusy, fruity aroma. 5.8-10.9% Alpha Acid range.
An aroma hop that was developed by the U.S.D.A. breeding program in Oregon and released in 1972. It has a medium strength aroma that provides a unique floral/spicy character with well balanced bittering potential. It is the most popular hop with the U.S. craft brewing industry.l in all climates. Susceptible to aphid. 4.5-7% Alpha Acid range.
Released by Washington State University in 2013, a daughter of Cascade, including Northern Brewer germplasm through the male parent. Cashmere contains no farnescene and twice as much humulene as Cascade. Cashmere has a mild herbal aroma and smooth bitterness. 7.7-9.1% Alpha Acid range.
An aroma variety that was released in 1990. It was derived from three- quarters Brewer’s Gold with minor contributions from Fuggle, East Kent Golding and others. It is among the most popular varieties for U.S. craft brewers and is sometimes referred to as a super Cascade. 9.5-11% Alpha Acid range.
Developed by the U.S.D.A. breeding program in Washington State and released in 1985 as a high alpha variety. It has a highly acceptable beer aroma profile with smooth bitterness and full flavor. 12-14% Alpha Acid range.
A high alpha variety that was developed at the Hop Research Center in Huell, Germany. It is widely grown in the Hallertau region of Germany, and is also grown in the U.S. Magnum is a good bittering hop for Ales and Lagers. 12-14% Alpha Acid range.
Named after the famous Oregon volcano, Mt. Hood is an aroma variety that was bred from the German Hallertauer variety and released in 1989 from the U.S.D.A. breeding program in Oregon. It has clear similarities to German Hallertauer and Hersbrucker, and is typically used in Lagers, Pilsners, Bocks, Wheat, Alt, and Helles beers.
Bred in England, Northern Brewer is a dual purpose hop with moderate alpha and a good aroma profile. A strong fragrant hop with a rich rough-hewn flavor and aroma, this variety has a unique mint-like evergreen flavor. 9-10% Alpha Acid range.
Nugget is a high alpha variety released in 1983 from the U.S.D.A. breeding program in Oregon. It is characterized by a mild herbal aroma, a low proportion of cohumulone, and good storage stability. It is used by brewers both for bittering and for its aroma profile.
This Japanese variety has a bold Lemon aroma and taste with maybe a dill, cilantro, and coconut notes to it too and a slight background oak flavor. Typically used for bittering, but with that focused lemon note it would probably do well when used later or after the boil. 13-16% Alpha Acid range.
Tettnang is a traditional German land-race variety known for its noble aroma that is pleasant and slightly spicy. It remains well established in the Tettnang growing region of Germany, and is also grown in Oregon and Washington. American-grown Tettnang is reported to have slightly higher myrcene levels than its German counterpart.
Pleasant, mellow aroma with notes of orange-citrus, orange rind/zest, melon, resin, spicy and slight pepper. 10-11% Alpha Acid range.
Willamette was released in 1976 from the U.S.D.A. breeding program. It is a daughter of the classic English variety, Fuggle, and is characterized by a low alpha content and mild aroma. Willamette is the most widely grown U.S. aroma hop. It imparts a mild, slightly spicy, and pleasant aroma in beer.
A great dual purpose hop laying the bitter foundation for beers. Commonly used for late- boil or dry hopping for its herbal, earthy character. The aroma is pleasing and citrus notes may be found in fresh batches. Zeus is so similar to Columbus/Tomahawk that it is often lumped into the name as CTZ. 14-16% Alpha Acid range.