1. Santiam Hops - Pellets (US)

    Santiam Hops - Pellets (US)

    Santiam Hops is very much an aroma variety with alpha acid content ranging from 4.8%-8.4%. The beta acid in Santium nearly matches for this American variety that is commonly a substitute for German Tettnanger. With a low cohumulone of 18.0%-24.0% Santiam hops is compared to noble varieties. In the U.S., it is commonly used to decorate the fragrance of beer styles such as India Pale Ales, and American Pale Ales. Slightly spicy with herbal and floral characteristics
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  2. Ekuanot Cryo Hops - Lupulin (LupuLN2) Powder (50g)

    Ekuanot Cryo Hops - Lupulin (LupuLN2) Powder (50g)

    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.

    50g of LupuLN2 powder is the equivalent of 100g pellet hops.

    Specific descriptors include melon, berry, orange peel, lime, papaya, pine and fresh peppers.

  3. Liberty Hops - Pellets (US)

    Liberty Hops - Pellets (US)

    American 1983 cross between Hallertauer Mittlefrüh (USDA 21397) and downy mildew resistant male (USDA 64035M). Spicy (cinnamon), resiny, and slightly sweet. It is an early ripening variety and similar in technical data and aroma to Hallertau Mittelfrueh. Recommended for German/American lagers.

    Alpha acids are relatively low at 2-6%.

    Substitutes: Mount Hood, Hallertau, Crystal.

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  4. Warrior Hops - Pellets

    Warrior Hops - Pellets

    Warrior has significant bittering capabilities and adds citrus notes readily. Warrior's bittering ability makes it common in many IPAs and other hop-driven beers.
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  5. Zythos Hops - Pellets (US)

    Zythos Hops - Pellets (US)

    Actually a blend of American hops, specifically designed by Hop Union for American Pale Ale (APA) and India Pale Ale (IPA) style beers. Reportedly a blend of Simcoe, Citra, Palisade and Amarillo, it has distinct tropical (pineapple) and citrus tones, with slight pine characteristics.
  6. Willamette Hops - Pellets (US)

    Willamette Hops - Pellets (US)

    Popular American development in 1976 of the English Fuggle. It has a character similar to Fuggle, but is more fruity and has some floral notes. Used in British and American ales.
  7. Palisade Hops - Pellets 100g

    Palisade Hops - Pellets 100g

    Palisade Hops borders the line on being a dual use hops, and it associated with beer styles such as India Pale Ales, but more for the complex but subdued flavor profile and aroma than the bitterness.
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  8. Newport Hops - Pellets (US)

    Newport Hops - Pellets (US)

    Newport Hops was released in 2002, and is an alpha hops used primarily for bittering in beer. Newport has an alpha acid rating at 14.5%-17.0% and has a high beta acid count at 7.2%-9.1%. Newport also shares in a very high co-humulone content at 36.0%-38.0% which can add some off flavors. Of the oils myrcene is very high, and itself carries an earthy citrus blend with tones of wine sometimes balsamic. Newport is best used at the beginning or mid boil for bittering purposes in beer batches.
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  9. Simcoe Hops - Pellets

    Simcoe Hops - Pellets

    Simcoe Hops is a dual purpose hops with high bittering potential. The aroma in Simcoe Hops is complex, and this is part of what explains its popularity with bold hop heavy ales.
  10. Centennial Hops - Pellets (US)

    Centennial Hops - Pellets (US)

    Described by some as a "Super Cascade", but not nearly as "citrusy". Some even use it for aroma as well as bittering. Bitterness is quite clean and can have floral notes depending on the boil time. (alpha acid: 9.5-11.5% / beta acid: 4.0-5.0%)