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    Bravo's high alpha content is largely attributable to its parent variety, Zeus. It's bittering quality is considered smooth and in addition features light floral aromas and subtle flavors of orange...

    Alpha Acid: 14 - 17 %

    Floral, Fruity

    Region : USA

    Alpha Acid: 14 - 17 %

    Beta Acid: 3 - 5 %

    Co-Humulone: 29 - 34 %

    Total Oils: 1.6 - 2.4 ml/100g

    Bravo's high alpha content is largely attributable to its parent variety, Zeus. It's bittering quality is considered smooth and in addition features light floral aromas and subtle flavors of orange and stone fruit making it highly desirable for use in many different ale styles.Developed as part o...

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    Brewer's Gold hops were selected by Ernest Stanley Salmon at Wye College in England in 1919 and were the result of the open pollination of a wild hop sourced from Morden, Manitoba. Despite its init...

    Alpha Acid: 7 - 11 %

    Spicy, Fruity

    Region : Germany

    Alpha Acid: 7 - 11 %

    Beta Acid: 3 - 6 %

    Co-Humulone: n/a %

    Total Oils: 1.4 - 2.0 ml/100g

    Brewer's Gold hops were selected by Ernest Stanley Salmon at Wye College in England in 1919 and were the result of the open pollination of a wild hop sourced from Morden, Manitoba. Despite its initial popularity, the advent of super-alpha hop varieties in the 1980's rendered Brewer's Gold largely...

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    Super alpha Galena has edged out California Cluster as the most widely used bittering hop variety in the US and is also an excellent dual-use hop. It is thought to have ousted Cluster because brewe...

    Alpha Acid: 11.5 – 13.5 %

    Citrus, Spicy, Fruity

    Region : USA

    Alpha Acid: 11.5 – 13.5 %

    Beta Acid: 7.2 – 8.7 %

    Co-Humulone: 36 – 40 %

    Total Oils: 0.9 – 1.3 ml/100g

    Super alpha Galena has edged out California Cluster as the most widely used bittering hop variety in the US and is also an excellent dual-use hop. It is thought to have ousted Cluster because brewers tend to like Galena’s fruitier aroma over Cluster’s reputed “cattiness”. Super Galena was created...

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    Strong and robust in flavor and aroma, German Herkules lives up to it's name. The Huell-bred offspring of Hallertauer Taurus, Herkules is a high alpha acid bittering hop, known to be spicy and flor...

    Alpha Acid: 15 - 20 %

    Citrus, Fruity

    Region : Germany

    Alpha Acid: 15 - 20 %

    Beta Acid: n/a %

    Co-Humulone: 32 - 38 %

    Total Oils: n/a ml/100g

    Strong and robust in flavor and aroma, German Herkules lives up to it's name. The Huell-bred offspring of Hallertauer Taurus, Herkules is a high alpha acid bittering hop, known to be spicy and floral, tangy and hoppy, with notes of melon, black pepper, with hints of pine. It was released in 2005.

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    Magnum is grown on limited acreage in the US but what is produced has an excellent bittering profile and a nice, hoppy, floral aroma and subtle characters of citrus. Though genetically indistinguis...

    Alpha Acid: 11 – 16 %

    Spicy, Fruity

    Region : Germany

    Alpha Acid: 11 – 16 %

    Beta Acid: 5 – 7 %

    Co-Humulone: 21 – 29 %

    Total Oils: 1.6 – 2.6 ml/100g

    Magnum is grown on limited acreage in the US but what is produced has an excellent bittering profile and a nice, hoppy, floral aroma and subtle characters of citrus. Though genetically indistinguishable from the original German Magnum, some subtleties undoubtedly exist through varied growing cond...

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    Northern Brewer was originally developed in England in 1934 but is now largely grown in Germany. German-grown Northern Brewer is considered identical to the original UK-bred variety though subtle d...

    Alpha Acid: 6 – 10 %

    Pine, Herbal

    Region : Germany

    Alpha Acid: 6 – 10 %

    Beta Acid: 3 – 5 %

    Co-Humulone: 27 – 32 %

    Total Oils: 1.6 - 2.1 ml/100g

    Northern Brewer was originally developed in England in 1934 but is now largely grown in Germany. German-grown Northern Brewer is considered identical to the original UK-bred variety though subtle differences attributable to the different growing region may be evident.Northern Brewer is also grown...

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    Nugget's super alpha acid content, low beta and low cohumulone percentages give it an excellent bittering kick popular in IPAs, Imperials and other super hoppy brews. It's high myrcene content also...

    Alpha Acid: 11.5 – 14.0 %

    Earthy, Herbal

    Region : USA

    Alpha Acid: 11.5 – 14.0 %

    Beta Acid: 3.0 – 5.8 %

    Co-Humulone: 22 – 30 %

    Total Oils: 1.8 – 2.2 ml/100g

    Nugget's super alpha acid content, low beta and low cohumulone percentages give it an excellent bittering kick popular in IPAs, Imperials and other super hoppy brews. It's high myrcene content also results in a green, herbal aroma.Daughter of Brewer's Gold and mother of Millennium, Nugget's popul...

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    Summit™ has the distinction of being the first semi-dwarf variety hops to be bred in the US and the first dwarf grown in Washington's Yakima Valley. It has a complex pedigree, hailing from various ...

    Alpha Acid: 15.0 - 18.0 %

    Citrus, Dual Purpose

    Region : USA

    Alpha Acid: 15.0 - 18.0 %

    Beta Acid: 4.0 – 6.0 %

    Co-Humulone: 26 – 33 %

    Total Oils: 1.5 – 2.5 ml/100g

    Summit™ has the distinction of being the first semi-dwarf variety hops to be bred in the US and the first dwarf grown in Washington's Yakima Valley. It has a complex pedigree, hailing from various combinations and pollinations of Nugget, Zeus and Lexus. It is currently the only low trellis variet...