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SABRO™ US

Know for its intense fruity and citrus flavors, this new release from the Hop Breeding Company is the product of the cross pollination of a neomexicanus female.
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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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SIMCOE® US

Known for being "Cascade on steroids," this high alpha dual purpose variety makes for a nice foundational bittering hop.
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SONNET US

Known for its Saaz and Styrian Golding characteristics. This new, Oregon-grown hop has low acids and makes a nice aroma hop.
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STRATA® US

Known as the first variety to come from the Indie Hop breeding program. This hop is the result of open pollination of Perle in an Oregon hop yard.
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TAHOMA US

Known for it's subtle, yet delightful lemon citrus aroma. This hops is a descendant of Glacier but with a higher alpha content and complimentary orange and spice aromas.
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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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TRIUMPH US

Known for being the new hop in the yard. Triumph was recently developed by the USDA breeding program and is predicted to take the brewing industry by storm.
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WILLAMETTE US

Know for being a pillar of the US hop industry, it is one of the most widely grown variety in the US.
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ZAPPA™ US

Known for its unique spiciness, paired with the sweetness of tropical fruit, this hop is a the product of a collaboration with the Zappa family and brought to life by CLS Farms of Washington, named after Frank Zappa.
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ZEUS US

Known for its hoppy kick and spicy flavor/aroma, this hop is believed to be a descendant of Brewers Gold. It is very similar to Columbus and Tomahawk and sometimes rereferred to as CTZ.
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