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COLUMBUS US

Known for its intense hoppiness, and understated citrus notes. This hop is often used late in the boil and fares well in many different styles.
SKU: CBS
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T90 Hop Pellets 11 lb Package
Products specifications
Aroma Profile Citrus, Tropical Fruit, Floral
Storage Stability
Purpose Dual Purpose
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