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AMARILLO® US

Known for being the hops that "tastes like it smells". This found hop from Virgil Gamache Farms in Washington packs a fruity punch that is just what your IPA needs.
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AZACCA® US

Known for being well suited to IPAs. This new breed of dwarf hop brings a fruity mix with piney notes.
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BRAVO™ US

Known for its smooth bittering this hop was released in 2006 by Hopsteiner and is a descendant of Zeus.
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BRAVO™ US

Known for its smooth bittering this hop was released in 2006 by Hopsteiner and is a descendant of Zeus.
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CASCADE US

Known for its spicy citrus aroma, this popular hop was released in 1972 by Oregon State University and was named after the Cascade Mountain Range.
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CASHMERE US

Known for being a late addition stunner, Cashmere's aromas of coconut, melon and lemon-lime citrus don’t disappoint. Since it's release in 2013 by Washington State University it has rapidly grown in popularity.
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CELEIA US

Known for its balanced profile, this US grown Slovenian triploid of Styrian Golding, Aurora and a wild Slovenian hop brings to the table slight citrus and herbal notes.
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CENTENNIAL US

Known for its balanced flavor/aroma, this versatile hop was released in 1990 by Washington State University and is sometimes referred to as Super Cascade.
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CHINOOK US

Known for its versatility in any stage of the brew, this piney hop was released in 1985 and is a cross between a Petham Golding and USDA male.
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CITRA® US

Known for its intense citrus notes, this hop has quickly gained popularity amongst brewers and consumes alike, since its release in 2007 by Hop Breeding Co. Ltd.
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CLUSTER US

Known for being one of the oldest and most robust hops in the US, this dual purpose hop has stood the test of time with its balanced profile and outstanding storage stability.
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COMET US

Known for its bittering, this grapefruity hop was released in 1974 and is a cross between English Sunshine and a native American Hop.
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CRYSTAL US

Know for its versatility despite its low alpha acids, this hop was released in 1993 by Oregon State University and has roots from Hallertau, Cascade , Brewers Gold and Early Green.
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CTZ US

Known for its hoppy kick and spicy flavor/aroma, this hop is believed to be a descendant of Brewers Gold. Prior to the 2022 Crop Year, CTZ can be purchased under Zeus on our Website.
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EL DORADO® US

Known for unique fruity flavor yet high bitterness this hop was released in 2010 by CLS Farms in Moxee Valley.
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EROICA US

Known for its bittering, this hop was released in 1982 in Idaho and is a descendant of Brewers Gold and sister to Galena.
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EXPERIMENTAL 158 (PINK) US

EXP 158 an experimental variety developed by the Jackson Hop independent breeding program of Wilder, ID.
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EXPERIMENTAL US

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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