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ELANI US

Elani (YQH-1320) know for its unique origin story, this found hop from Yakima Quality Hops will not disappoint. Its combination of fruit forward aroma and alpha acids make it the sweet spot for brewing.
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EXPERIMENTAL ID-158 PINK HOPS US

ID158, now more commonly known as “Pink”, is a newer hop variety developed by the Jackson Hop independent breeding program of Wilder, Idaho. With distinct aromas of ripe red berries, cotton candy, honey, and some true-to-form Idaho-dankness, Pink has quickly found its place amongst brewers as a new favorite variety, celebrating new flavors outside of the typical tropical spectrum in other aroma varieties. Pink does great in single-hop beers as well as paired with other aroma varieties like Citra, Mosaic, ID7, and Cashmere, and this high alpha aroma hop will lend itself to any hop-forward style of beer. Mill 95 is proud to be one of the first purveyors of Pink and to get to see this hop grow in popularity.
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GALAXY AUSTRALIA

Known for it's amazing aromas, this Australian variety thrives in late additions. A descendant of GR Perle, Galaxy boasts the highest percentage of essential oils in the industry.
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GALENA US

Known for its fruity aroma and as an excellent bittering alpha, this hop was released in Idaho in 1968 and is an open pollination descendant of Brewers Gold.
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GOLDING UNITED KINGDOM

Known for being the ultimate English hop, it is a centuries old variety.
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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 MAGNUM GERMANY

Known for it's clean bittering attributes, this descendant of Galena is quickly becoming a staple amongst European brewers.
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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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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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IDAHO 7™ US

Known for its juicy tropical yet resiny pine, this experimental hop from Jackson Farms was released in Idaho in 2015.
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IDAHO GEM™ BRAND US

Known for its sweet fruit forward style, this found hop from Gooding Farms and named for its state was released in Idaho in 2018.
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KOHATU™ NEW ZEALAND

New Zealsnd hop known for its intense Tropical Fruit forward hop that transfers those profiles to the beer
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LEMONDROP™ US

Know for encompassing the tartness of fresh lemon as well as the sweetness of the hard candy that is its name sake. This Hopsteiner variety is a descendant of Cascade and also brings to the table a green tea and mint aroma.
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MANDARINA BAVARIA GERMANY

Known for its sweets notes of tangerine and citrus, this love child of Cascade, Hallertau Blanc and Hüll Melon has made an impact since its release in 2012.
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MOSAIC® US

Since this hop’s release in 2012, it’s become unmistakably one of the most popular hop varieties for brewers and beer drinkers across the world. With intense aromas of mango, pine, tangerine, and lime, this dual-purpose hop has become a workhorse variety on all sides of the brew and elevates any style of beer its used in. Mosaic is the first daughter of Simcoe and Nugget and showcases that lineage through its versatility in the brewing process as both a viable aroma and bittering option.
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