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ARIANA GERMANY

Known as one of the newest aroma varieties to come from the Hop Research Center in Germany. This cross between Herkules and a wild male makes for a unique flavor profile.
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CALLISTA GERMANY

Known for its intense fruit flavors, this low alpha hop makes for a great late addition.
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HALLERTAU BLANC GERMANY

Known for its notes of white wine, as it name may suggest, with subtle notes of citrus and fruit. This hop is a descendant of Cascade and one of the first modern varieties to come out of Germany.
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HALLERTAU TRADITION GERMANY

Known as the less finicky descendant of Hallertauer Mittlefrüh, this hop has maintained all the greatness of its genes and then some.
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HALLERTAUER MITTELFRÜH GERMANY

Known as the original Nobel variety of Germans famed growing region, the Hallertau. It's aromas and subtle bitterness has made it a staple of many lagers.
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Hersbrucher German

Originally bred as a replacement for Hallertau Mittelfrüh. With low alpha acids and low cohumulone, it exhibits a pleasant aroma with a balanced, fruity, spicy and floral character. It has commonly been used in German lagers, however this variety is now making its way into some fine English cask ales
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HÜLL MELON GERMANY

Known for its Cascade derived characteristics. This hops is another one of the show stoppers coming from the Hop Research Center in Hüll, Germany.
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MAGNUM

Known for it's clean bittering attributes, this descendant of Galena is quickly becoming a staple amongst European brewers.
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SAPHIR GERMANY

Known for its subtle fruity and spicy notes amongst punchy citrus aromas. This hop is another less finicky descendant of Hallertauer Mittlefrüh that is well suited for Belgium Whites, German Lagers and Pilsners.
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TETTNANGER GERMANY

Known for its roots in the southwest growing region of Germany, Tettnang. It has a notable yet soft spice, with a mellow floral and herbal aroma.
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