1. Aurora Hops - 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.

  2. Triskel Hops - 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.
  3. HA Hersbrucker Hops - Pellets (Germany)

    Hersbrucker Hops is world renowned and sought after around the globe. Its mostly used for the finishing touches on German and Bavarian style Lagers and Pilsners, and has also made its place known in Hefeweizens, Dunkles, and Bock beers.
  4. Hallertau Blanc Hops - Pellets (Germany)

    Hallertau Blanc Hop Pellets - Specific aroma descriptors include floral and fruity with passion fruit, grapefruit, pineapple, grape and lemongrass overtones.
  5. Golding Hops - Pellets (UK)

    Goldings are a group of traditional and very popular English aroma hops grown prior to 1790. They tend to have a smooth, sweet flavour.
  6. Polaris Hops - Pellets (Germany)

    Polaris Hop features extremely high alpha content along with intense mint flavors.
  7. Tettnang Hops - 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. Huell Melon Hops - Pellets (Germany)

    Huell Melon Hop Pellets (Germany) - Specific aroma descriptors include distinctive honeydew melon and strawberry.
  9. Bramling Cross Hops - Pellets (UK)

    Bramling Cross is a dual use hops that has a strong foothold in European brews. Bramling Cross can be used at any stage of the beer brewing process including the bittering, finishing and dry hopping. Of its essential oils, caryophyllene and humulene are the ones that steps it up a notch. Both of these would indicate a more earthy, herbal aroma and flavor, even spicy. But the lower amount of these oils in total reduce the strength of these traits and allow for more fruity flavors and smells come through.
  10. Hallertau Tradition (Germany) Hops - Pellets

    A close relative of Hallertauer Mittelfrüh, bred for disease resistance at the Hüll Hop Research Institute in Germany. Very refined, sweet aroma. The aromas of this hop include raisin and plum as well as chocolate and grassy notes. Use for aroma and flavor additions in German lagers.