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Current Hop Selection 

Australian Topaz - 1 oz

Typical Alpha 15-18%. An old standby in the Australian bittering hop program, but recently being treated more for it's aroma potential.

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Citra 1oz

Typical alpha: 10-12%. A very new American hop with parentage from Hallertau Mittelfruh, East Kent Goldings, and others. High alpha and strong tropical fruit aromas and flavors (think mango, papaya, and pineapple). Best known as a dry hop in Sierra Nevada Torpedo IPA.

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Crystal - 1 oz

Typical alpha: 2.0-4.5%. American grown Hallertau hybrid. Used mainly for its aromatic properties. Mild, spicy, floral. Sister hop to Mount Hood and Liberty. Its mild and pleasant aroma, with spicy and flowery tones add character to your homebrewed beers. For any Crystal Hop substitution you may need, we'd like to recommend the following: Mt. Hood, Hersbrucker, French Strisslespalt, Liberty, Hallertau.

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Czech Saaz 1oz

Typical alpha: 2.0-5.0%. Delicate floral aroma. Required for Bohemian Pilsners, appropriate for other lager styles and Belgian ales. Signature aroma hop of Pilsner Urquell.

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Galaxy - 1oz

Typical Alpha: 12-14%. An Australian hop variety that showcases gentle citrus with passion fruit notes, along with a high alpha acid level. Similar to Citra, but with the tropical fruit toned down and a bit more grassy flavor. Due to the high cohumulone content of this hop, it works best as a late addition or dry hop.

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German Hallertau - 1oz

Typical alpha: 3.0-5.0%. Noble German hop with a mild aroma, slightly fruity and spicy, flowery and haylike. Ideal for aroma and flavor in any German beer, and is also suitable for use in other Continental styles, Belgian ales and lagers.

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German Magnum - 1 oz

With a typical alpha of 13-15%, Magnum hops are suitable for a wide variety of beers.

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German Perle 1oz

With a typical alpha of 6.5-9.0% German Perle hops' moderate bittering power and under appreciated flowery aroma are the perfect addition to a variety of home brewed beers.

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German Tettnang 1oz

Typical alpha: 3.5-5.5%. German noble hop, appropriate for any lager and German ales and wheat beers. Distinctive spicy, fruity aroma and flavor.

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MT. Hood - 1 oz

Typical alpha: 4.0-7.0%. Sister hop to Liberty and Crystal, mildest flavor of the three. Mild, sweet and floral descendant of Hallertau. Aroma for German or US ales and craft lagers.

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New Zealand Nelson Sauvin - 1 oz

Nelson Sauvin hops bear the name of their closest aroma descriptor, Sauvignon Blanc grapes - "crushed gooseberry" is the term most commonly used. Alpha acids in the low double digits mean they are a great dual-purpose hop, with low cohumulone, good oil content, and an overall uniqueness that is taking many brewers by surprise. Underlying notes of distinctive New Zealand spiciness: black pepper, mace, and allspice are common. Commercially, Nelson has been used in everything from pale lagers and

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Simcoe - 1 oz

Typical alpha 12-14%. A high-alpha hop used for both bittering and aroma in American ales. Smooth, clean bitterness, low cohumulone, pine-and-citrus aroma and flavor.

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Sorachi Ace - 1 oz

With a typical alpha of 10-16%, Sarachi Ace hops are an excellent addition to Belgian Ales or IPAs.

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St Celeia (Golding) 1oz

Styrian Golding is a world-renowned aroma hop with widespread usage in both ale and lager brewing. This hop is an ecotype of Fuggle that is grown in Slovenia, and is also known as Savinja Golding. Typical beer styles that use this hop include English-style ales, ESBs, lagers, pilsners, and Belgian-style ales.

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Summit - 1oz

Typical alpha: 17.0-19.0%. Super-high alpha dwarf variety grown on low trellis systems in the Yakima valley. It has a low cohumulone content with a with funky, earthy, tangerine character.

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UK East Kent Golding- 1oz

Typical alpha: 4.0-5.5%. Classic English aroma hop. Sweet, spicy floral aroma. Use in all English beers: pale ale, brown ale, porter, stout.

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UK Fuggle- 1oz

Typical alpha: 3-5%. Wonderful earthy, pipe-tobacco, floral character. Classic hop for any English beers: pale ale, brown ale, porter, stout..

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US Ahtanum - 1oz

With a typical alpha of 7.0-9.0%, Ahtanum Hop Pellets are a floral, citrus, sharp, and piney addition to your homebrews.

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US Amarillo - 1 oz

Typical alpha: 6.0-9.0%. Floral, tropical, and citrus. Excellent flavor/aroma hop for American ales.

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US Bravo - 1oz

A relatively new super high alpha variety, Bravo is an excellent bittering hop. Aromatic qualities of Bravo range from being described as fruity and floral, to herbal and somewhat spicy. 14-17% Alpha Acid. 3-4% Beta Acid.

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US Cascade 1oz

Typical alpha: 4.5-7.0%. Cascade hops have unmistakable grapefruit citrus aroma and flavor. Signature hop of many American microbrews. Use for late additions and dry hopping American pale, amber, and IPAs.

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US Chinook 1oz

Typical alpha: 11.0-13.0%. Classic bittering hop for American pale ales, stouts, and porters. Sometimes used as a late addition for its intense, spicy and resiny aroma.

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US Columbus - 1oz

Typical alpha: 14.0-16.0%. Very pungent aroma, clean bittering properties. Great in American pale ale and IPA.

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US Falconer's Flight - 1oz

Falconer’s Flight® is an exclusive proprietary hop blend created by Hop Union to honor and support the legacy of Northwest brewing legend, Glen Hay Falconer, who passed in 2002. The blend is comprised of many of the Northwest’s most unique hop varieties, including Citra®, Simcoe®, and Sorachi Ace along with experimental hops and numerous other NW varieties. Each hop has been hand selected for its superior aromatic qualities, imparting distinct tropical, citrus, floral, lemon and grapefruit tones

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US Fuggle - 1oz

Typical alpha: 4.5 - 5.0%. US-grown version of the classic English aroma hop. Use in all English beers: pale ale, brown ale, porter, stout. Mild, woodsy and herbal.

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US Galena - 1oz

Typical alpha: 12.0-14.0%. Galena is fruity, slightly citrusy and spicy; the perfect ingredient for home brewed ale, porter, stout, ESB, and bitter beers.

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US Liberty - 1oz

Typical alpha: 12.0-14.0%. Galena is fruity, slightly citrusy and spicy; the perfect ingredient for home brewed ale, porter, stout, ESB, and bitter beers.

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US Magnum - 1oz

With a typical alpha of 13.0-15.0%, Magnum pellet hops are known for bittering value and quality in beer brewing, particularly in the creation of lagers, pilsners and stouts.

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US Mosaic - 1oz

A new dual-purpose hop, bred from Simcoe®, formerly known as HBC 369, this is the latest experimental variety to "go pro" and become a full commercial variety. Bred by the same people who brought you Citra®, Warrior®, Ahtanum™, Palisade®, and Simcoe®. Mosaic™ is so named because it gives a range of aromas and flavors which are complimentary to other common hop aromas. Everything from citrus, pine, earth, herbal, mint, bubblegum, blueberry, lime peel, black pepper - the character seems to change

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US Nugget - 1oz

A new dual-purpose hop, bred from Simcoe®, formerly known as HBC 369, this is the latest experimental variety to "go pro" and become a full commercial variety. Bred by the same people who brought you Citra®, Warrior®, Ahtanum™, Palisade®, and Simcoe®. Mosaic™ is so named because it gives a range of aromas and flavors which are complimentary to other common hop aromas. Everything from citrus, pine, earth, herbal, mint, bubblegum, blueberry, lime peel, black pepper - the character seems to change

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US Warrior - 1oz

Typical alpha: 14.0-16.0%. Super-high alpha hop with low cohumulone. Aggressive bittering hop, a with a mild citrus-and-spice character.

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Vanguard - 1oz

With a typical alpha of 5.0-7.0% Vanguard hops have an aroma similar to continental European types. Substitute options are Saaz and Hallertauer Mittelfrüh.

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Willamette 1oz

Typical alpha: 4.0-6.0%. American-grown seedless version of Fuggle. Willamette hop is a ideal for brewing pale ale, ESB, bitter, English-style ale, porter, and stout If a hop substitution is necessary, we'd like to recommend the following: U.S. Fuggle, U.S. Tettnanger, and Styrian Golding.

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