This hop provides a citrus and tropical flavor. It is commonly used in Pale Ales, Lagers, and IPAs. It is also the rarest of hop varieties.
The most popular hop used to brew beer in America. It brings a citrus taste with an accent of floral aroma. The beer styles used are Pale Ales, IPA, Porters, and Wheat Beers.
This Native American hop has been a popular pick since 1974 when it was released by the FDA. It has a unique zesty grapefruit flavor, with pineapple and orange tones. This hop is used in American Ales, IPAs, Lagers, Sour & Lambic styles.
This widely available hop is popular both craft-brewing and home-brewing. It has pleasant spice tones along with floral tones; which makes it less bitter. The hop is used in German style pilsner, Lager, Kolsch, ESB, Belgian Ales.
This hop is full of bitterness due to its high levels of Alpha Acid. The mainusgae of this hop is to add aroma to the brew.
A high flavor profile winner! This hop has notes of melon, orange, citrus, and Christmas spices like cloves, allspice, etc. This bitter brew is used in Pale Ales and other styles where a high degree of aromas is desired. Replacing Willamette in some beer recipes with outstanding results.