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  1. 50g Nelson Sauvin Hops (NZ)
    £2.99

    Nelson Sauvin is a hop from New Zealand, that has an alpha acid content between 10-13% with characteristics of grapefruit and gooseberry. Learn More
  2. 50g Amarillo Hops (USA)
    £2.95

    Amarillo hop can be used as both a bittering and aroma hop. The aroma is flowery, spicy and citrus-like with a distinct orange bouquet.

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  3. 50g Columbus Hops (USA)
    £2.95

    Columbus Hop is a high alpha variety and is primarily used for bittering purposes. Best used in American Ales, Pale Ales, Stouts.

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  4. 50g Citra Hops (USA)
    £2.95

    A fantastic USA hop with specific aroma descriptors that include grapefruit, melon, lime, gooseberry, passion fruit and lychee.

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  5. 50g Ekuanot Hops (USA)
    £2.95

    A fantastic USA hop, Ekuanot is used mainly for it's strong aroma characteristics, which have mainly been described as lemon, lime and papaya. Learn More
  6. 50g Simcoe Hops (USA)
    £2.95

    Aromas of passionfruit, apricot, Intense pine and woodsy aroma adds to the fresh, youthful vigor of this complex hop.

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  7. 50g Mosaic Hops (USA)
    £2.95

    Mosaic is a dual purpose hop that can be used for aroma or bittering. Learn More
  8. 50g Sorachi Ace (Japan)
    £2.85

    Sorachi Ace hops are mainly used as a bittering hop, but with their intense lemon flavour and aroma, as well as dill, orange, and citrus notes, some brewers use them for flavour. These hops are great in saisons, IPAs and wheats, although the extreme lemon makes them ideal for any summer beer.

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  9. 50g Tettnang Hops (Germany)
    £2.40

    Tettnanger is a classic German hop type, very aromatic, which will generate a mild, spicy and flowery aroma. Learn More
  10. 50g Centennial Hops (USA)
    £2.40

    Aromatic but acceptable for bittering. Best used in Medium to Dark American Ales and IPAs.

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  11. 50g Chinook Hops (USA)
    £2.25

    Chinook is a dual purpose hop from USA with a high alpha acid content and has a very unusual aroma profile. Chinook has a very strong grapefruit character in both the rub of the hop and in the beer. Learn More
  12. 50g Green Bullet Hops (NZ)
    £2.10

    Green Bullet hops have been a signature of New Zealand brewing for decades. Their subtle spiciness and notes of dried fruit make them ideal for stouts, but versatile enough to flavor everything from pale ales to lagers, in aroma or bittering roles.

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  13. Flash Offer - 100g Nelson Sauvin Leaf Hops

    Regular Price: £5.95

    Special Price £2.00

    100g Nelson Sauvin Leaf Hops. Half price special offer. We only have 20 of these in stock, when they're gone, they're gone. Learn More
  14. 50g Cascade Hops (USA)
    £1.95

    Cascade is the most popular variety in craft brewing and is known for having a unique floral, spicy and citrus character with balanced bittering potential. Perfect for American Ales.

     

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  15. 50g Goldings Hops (UK)
    £1.85

    Goldings hops have scents of citrus and flowers. Often complimented with Fuggle hops in English beer recipes. Learn More
  16. 50g Challenger Hops (UK)
    £1.75

    An excellent all round hop with good alpha and aroma properties.

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  17. 50g SAAZ Hops (CZ)
    £1.75

    Saaz hops have long been established as a high quality European aroma variety. Traditionally used for European lager type beers. Learn More
  18. 50g Pacific Gem Hops (NZ)
    £1.75

    Pacific Gem is a New Zealand hops variety of interesting character. Despite its high alpha acids its high cohumulone content makes its use as a bittering hop problematic. It can, and is, used as an early addition but is more well known for its aroma and flavour.

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  19. 50g Northern Brewer Hops (Germany)
    £1.75

    Northern Brewer has a moderate alpha acid profile and a pleasant aroma making for a great bittering hop that is also sometimes used as a late boil addition. As the featured hop in California Common Beer, Northern Brewer is woody and features a light minty profile. It is also commonly used in all styles of English Ales and some German Lagers.

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  20. 50g Bramling Cross Hops (UK)
    £1.75

    Bramling Cross is a dual purpose hop of considerable character. Its distinctive “American” aroma put many brewers off this variety in its early years. It has a strong spicy/blackcurrant flavour and good alpha characteristics.

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