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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 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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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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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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MAGNUM

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

Known for is cross between Simcoe® and Nugget-descendent. This hop is one of the world's most popular since it's release in 2012.
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MOTUEKA™ NEW ZEALAND

Known as a descendant of the Nobel Saaz, this highly sought after variety leads with a notable lemon/lime flavor.
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MT. RAINIER US

Known for its noble-like characteristics, this hop is the the product of a collaboration between the USDA and Oregon State University breeding programs. A descended of Magnum, its German roots shine through with its Hallertau-like aromas.
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NELSON SAUVIN™ NEW ZEALAND

Known as the quintessential New Zealand hop, it's profile is similar to that of the Sauvignon Blanc wine grape with fruit forward aromas.
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NUGGET

Known for it's super alpha acid content, Nuggets complimentary low beta make it an excellent bittering hop.
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PACIFIC SUNRISE™ NEW ZEALAND

Known for its high bittering potential, this combination of crosses was released by the New Zealand's HortResearch in 2000.
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