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Cluster (6.5 - 7.5 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
Cluster (6.5 - 7.5 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
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Cluster (6.5 - 7.5 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
Cluster is classic American hop developed for US large breweries. It is a low to medium acid (5 to 8.5% AAU) hop that imparts a clean, neutral, somewhat floral bitterness.
At higher alpha levels, Cluster is appropriate for use in bittering and, at all levels, is good for aroma and finish. Cluster can be used in a wide range of beers.
Chinook (10 - 12 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
Chinook (10 - 12 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
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Chinook (10 - 12 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
Chinook hops were developed in the early 1980s in Washington state by the USDA as a variant of the Goldings Hop. Typically used for bittering (12 to 14% AAU), Chinook imparts a rich, pronounced aroma with a citrus component. If employed later in the boil, Chinook imparts a herbal, almost smoky aroma.
Galena (11 - 12 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
Galena (11 - 12 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
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Galena (11 - 14 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
Galena is a high-alpha (12 to 14% AAU) all purpose bittering hop. This is a pungent, very bitter variety that can be used in a wide range of beer styles.
Nugget (13.5 - 15 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
Nugget (13.5 - 15 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
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Nugget (13.5 - 15 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
It provides the umph in many beer styles that require the hop jolt including imperial style ales. Its a dual use hops that has green, herbal aroma. It has a relatively low co-humulone oil content. The myrcene oil is on the high side, which helps provide some of the woody tones.
Centennial (8 - 11 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
Centennial (8 - 11 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
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Flowers & citrus most evident. A medium aroma with mid to high bittering value makes it a dual purpose choice. Usually 8-12% alpha acid.
Columbus (13 - 14 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
Columbus (13 - 14 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
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Columbus (13 - 14 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
Earthy, spicy, pungent, with some citrus overtones.  Not overwhelmingly citrus like Cascade, but a strong citrus backbone
American Perle (6.5 - 7.5 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
American Perle (6.5 - 7.5 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
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Perle is an aroma-type cultivar, bred in 1978 in Germany from Northern Brewer. It is grown in Germany, Belgium and the U. S. A.

Perle is a newer variety, originally from Germany but now grown quite successfully in the US. Perle is a medium alpha hop with a very clean, almost minty bitterness and pleasant clean and spicy aroma.
German Perle (6.5 - 7.5 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
German Perle (6.5 - 7.5 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
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Perle is an aroma-type cultivar, bred in 1978 in Germany from Northern Brewer. It is grown in Germany, Belgium and the U. S. A.

Perle is a newer variety, originally from Germany but now grown quite successfully in the US. Perle is a medium alpha hop with a very clean, almost minty bitterness and pleasant clean and spicy aroma.
Cascade (4.1 - 6.9 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
Cascade (4.1 - 6.9 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
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Cascade (4.1 - 6.9 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets . Derived from a cross between Fuggles and the Russian hop Serebrianker.  Good for flavor and aroma, but an acceptable bittering hop.  Ales and Lagers. Usually leaves spicy/citrus/grapefruit  notes. One of the  most popular hops for  west coast  style  beers currently.
Willamette (4.0 - 5.5 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
Willamette (4.0 - 5.5 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
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Willamette (4.0 - 5.5 a.a.) - 1 oz. Pellets
A quality aroma hop with a smooth soft flavor.  Can be used for ales and lagers.  Used for finishing, dry hopping.  American and British Ales.