Southern Passion is a South African bred aroma hop whose pedigree is a diploid seedling originating from Saaz and Hallertauer crossing.
Classic English aroma hops, used in Ales and Stouts. Delicate, herbal, slightly spicy and floral aroma. Suitable for dry-hopping in IPAs and Bitters.
Name sais it all. It's a aromatic hops variety that does not disapoint. Goes well with IPA or Pale Ale beers.
New Zaeland treat with high alpha acid level provides bitterness and aroma of fruit and white wine Sauvignon Blanc.
Hops with floral, fruity and herbal aroma.
A very interesting American hop!
Indispensable in various modern IPA beers. Used for aroma and flavour which it has penty.
Slovenian hops from Razboršek hop farm that serves as bittering and aroma hops. Aroma includes herbs and gentle tropical fruit. Known also as Super Styrain.
Bramling Cross has a distinctive 'American' aroma with flavour notes that are spicy, blackcurrant, loganberry and lemony citrus.
At the moment one of the most popular hops world wide. It adds unique floral, spicy and citrusy aroma and flavour to the beer.
Also known as Super Cascade due to it's almost double amount of alpha acids that makes it appropriate for aroma and bitterness.
Aroma and bitterness hops with spicy piney aroma that is accompanied by grapefruit.
Indispensable in various modern IPA beers. Used for aroma and flavour which it has plenty.
Very popular bitterness hops. Descriptors are black pepper, liquorice, curry and subtle citrusy aromas.
East Kent Golding is considered to be the quintessential English hop, long held as one of the island’s favorites for ales and pale ales.
Young hops with intensive aroma and high oil content. Melon, orange peel, papaya, pine, fresh pepper, ...
Ella™ (previously known as Stella) packs less of an upfront punch than her big sister Galaxy™, but is no less of a star. In lower doses, Ella™ can display floral and subtle spice notes, such as star anise, which is best appreciated in lagers or pilsners. With larger additions or when dry hopping, Ella™ imparts distinct tropical and grapefruit flavours.
Excellent complement to many IPA and Pale Ale-oriented hop varieties. Specific aroma descriptors include distinct tropical, floral, lemon and grapefruit characteristics
Released in 2012, Hallertau Blanc is one of several new German varieties with bold flavor profiles, perfect for American-style Ales. Specific aroma descriptors include floral and fruity with passion fruit, grapefruit, pineapple, grape and lemongrass overtones. Similar to Nelson Sauvin
If you're after hops that will enhance only bitterness Magnum is the right choice since it's neutral in aroma. Originates from Germany.
Ancient traditional Hallertau variety with a very elegant, delightful and fruity aroma.
So fresh that it has no name yet...
Brand new aroma hop from Yakima Valley with pleasant citrusy, herbal and fruity aroma.
One of the newest hop varieties due to it's origin in 2012. With it's unique flavour and aromatic profile trully is a mosaic.
Bittering hops with floral and herbal aroma. Originates from England but has found it's home in Germany.
Classic noble hops with a long history connected with brewing pilsner and other lager styles. Pleasant herbal, foral aroma.
Hops for bitterness that is accompanied by passion fruit, pine, berries and earthy note.
Savinjski Golding origin comes from Fuggle variety. In brewing world it is known as "nobel hops" with it's aroma and bitterness.
Bobek hops is used for aroma that is accompanied by subtle bitterness and that is why brewers love it. Razboršek hop farm.
Sultana, AKA Experimental Variety 06277/ Denali™, is a new hop bursting with flavor. Called Nuggetzilla by some, this hop is rich in pineapple, citrus, and pine flavors, though it can often come off as spicy as well. It can be used for bittering, flavor, or aroma.
Summit hops are a newer American varietal with both bittering and aromatic characteristics. A super high alpha acid content and bright, citrus nose of tangerine and orange make Summit perfect for American Ales like IPAs, DIPAs, and Pale Ales. Although typically used for bittering, get the most out of this hop's aromatics by using Summit in the dry hopping...
Meet the granddaughter of Liberty. Derived from Hallertau MIttelfrüh, Wai-iti is best known for its fruity, aroma-driven results. Descriptors include fresh peaches and apricot characteristics.
So fresh that it has no name yet...