For ales & lagers. Citrusy. Alpha acid range 4.5-7%.
Spicy, hoppy and floral with hints of anise Alpha Acids: 14.0 - 16.0%
English earthy hop used in pale ales, porters & stouts. Alpha acid range 4.5-5%.
Distinct citrus, peach and passion fruit flavours Alpha Acids: 11.0 - 16.0%
Traditional English earthy aroma hop used in ales, bitters, porters & stouts. Alpha acid range 4-5%.
Classic lager hop. Also used in Pilsners, wheat beers & Belgian ales. Alpha acid range 3.5-5.5%.
A complex array of tropical fruit, citrus, berry, herbal, earthy and pine characteristics. Alpha Acids: 11.5 - 13.5%
Classic Bohemian Pilsner hop. Also used in lagers & wheat beers. Alpha acid range 3-4.5%.
Mostly used for bittering due to its high alpha acid, Simcoe is also often used to create a fruity or herbal piney aroma, making it a key component in many IPAs, Double IPAs, and American Ales. Alpha Acids: 12.0 - 14.0%
Small muslin bag for boiling hops or small amounts of grain.
Intense tropical fruit (guava/passion fruit) and citrus (grapefruit/lime) aroma characteristics.