Hallertau Hops

If you are looking for a German-like bittering and aroma hop with subtle flowery and spicy notes, then Hallertau hops (US) may be a good variety to consider… The moderate alpha acid content and fair oil content makes this a good dual purpose hop for many of your lighter beers. Some of the most popular…

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Golding Hops

If you are looking for a mild bittering hop with a classic English-like flavor and aroma, then consider using Golding Hops. The moderately low alpha acids and total oil content makes this hop variety a mild, pleasant and gently hoppy bittering and aroma hop… Some of the most popular beer styles where you’ll see this…

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Galena Hops

If you are looking for a relatively high alpha acid hop variety to bitter up your brew and add a citrusy character, then consider using Galena hops. The high alpha acid content of this hop variety makes it a good choice for bittering hops. The total amount of oils is moderate, but high enough to…

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Fuggle Hops

If you are looking for a mild bittering hop that can double up as a woody and fruity-like aroma hop then consider Fuggle hops. This hop variety has moderate alpha acids and a fair amount of oils that make it a good dual purpose hop for lighter beers or aroma hops for stronger ales. Some…

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Crystal Hops

If you are looking for a mild bittering hop that will add a spicy and flowery touch to your brews then Crystal may be a good option… The moderate levels of alpha acids and total oils make this a perfect dual purpose hop (bittering and aroma), especially for lighter beers… Some of the most common…

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Cluster Hops

If you are looking for a mild bittering hop that will give your beers a floral and spicy characteristic, then you may want to consider the Cluster Hop variety. The moderate levels of alpha acids make this a good dual purpose hop for bittering and flavor/aroma. Some of the most popular beer styles that use…

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Chinook Hops

If you are looking for a bittering hop variety with spicy, piney and a touch of grapefruit characteristics then Chinook hops may be just what you are looking for… This is a high alpha acid hop variety that also contains a good amount of oils for aroma. Some of the most popular beer styles where…

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Centennial Hops

If you are looking for a medium intensity aroma hop known to spit out floral and citrus characteristics then Centennial hops may be your choice… The moderate levels of alpha acids and aromatic oils makes this hop a good dual purpose hops (bittering or aroma hop)… This is a very popular hop variety used in…

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Cascade Hops

One of the most popular aroma-type hop varieties for American ales is no other than Cascade hops… If you throw this hop towards the end of the boil or dry hop with it, you will get a beer with some citrusy, flowery and spicy characteristics… The citrusy characteristic can resemble a bit of a grapefruit…

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Brewer’s Gold US

If you are looking for a bittering hop variety that will leave behind a trail of blackcurrant, fruity and spicy notes, then consider the US version of Brewer’s Gold The higher amount of alpha acids in this variety makes this hop a popular choice for bittering beer styles like ales, pilsners, lambics, biere de garde,…

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