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  • Amarillo Hops USA
    Specific aroma descriptors include grapefruit, orange, lemon, melon, apricot and peach.
    NZ$ 11.90 100g
  • Cascade Hops USA
    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.
    NZ$ 9.90 100g
  • Centennial Hops USA
    Centennial is an aroma-type cultivar that has found favour as one of the most popular varieties in craft brewing. It is often referred to as a super-Cascade (containing nearly double the alpha content) and can be used for bittering purposes.
    NZ$ 10.90 100g
  • Challenger Pellets
    An excellent all round, dual-purpose hop with good alpha and aroma properties.
    NZ$ 8.20 100g
    Out Of Stock
  • Citra Hops USA
    Developed by Hop Breeding Company and released in 2007. Citra® Brand HBC 394 features. Comprised of Hallertau Mittelfrüh, US Tettnang, Brewer's Gold and East Kent Golding.
    NZ$ 12.90 100g
  • Chinook Hops USA
    Chinook hops are suitable for any stage of the boil. They’re not only a natural for American-style Pale Ales and IPAs, but they also find their way into seasonal ales, barley wine and some porters and stouts.
    NZ$ 9.00 100g
  • Columbus Hops USA
    Traditionally used as a bittering hop but more recently Commonly used late in the boil and, when fresh, Columbus has a herbal flavor with a lemon citrus back note. Usable in a number of styles, notably American-style ales.
    NZ$ 9.00 100g
  • Czech Saaz Hops
    Known for its prominent use in Stella Artois and countless Bohemian Lagers and Pilsners. Its warm, herbal character stems from a high level of farnesene while its other oils are in fair balance.
    NZ$ 10.30 100g
  • East Kent Golding HOPS UK
    It has an amazing aroma profile with lavender, spice, honey and notes of thyme. Flavour-wise it is earthy and mildly bittering with a sweet, silky, honey-like character. East Kent Golding is considered to be the quintessential English hop, long held as one of the island’s favourites for ales and pale ales.
    NZ$ 12.50 100g
    Out Of Stock
  • Fuggle Hops UK
    Similar to a Styrian Golding, is noted for its distinct European aroma and has enjoyed a long, versatile run. As other higher alpha acid varieties have become more prevalent, it’s now more prominently used for its aroma.
    NZ$ 9.50 100g
  • Golding Hops UK
    Golding’s use is primarily in English-style Ales, though they also see wide use in Barley Wines and Belgian Ales as well. Its delicate and typical English aroma keeps the variety popular
    NZ$ 9.50 100g
  • Hellertau Traditional Hops German
    Hallertau (US) is definitely a tenacious, Bavarian-style hop. The original German-grown Hallertau has long been the staple of German and European lagers.
    NZ$ 8.20 100g
  • Hersbrucker Hops German
    Exhibits a pleasant aroma with a balanced, fruity, spicy and floral character. It has commonly been used in German lagers, however this variety is now making its way into some fine English cask ales.
    NZ$ 8.40 100g
  • Magnum Hops
    Notably good for strong ales like IPA’s and Imperial beers but is also said to shine well in Lagers and Pilsners.
    NZ$ 9.00 100g
  • Mandarina Bavaria Hops German
    Useful for both flavour and aroma and imparts slightly sweet notes of tangerine and citrus, especially when used for dry hopping.
    NZ$ 10.00 100g
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  • Mosaic Hops USA
    Mosaic hops feature complex but clean flavour characteristics and are known for their triple-use profile encompassing bittering, flavour and aroma.
    NZ$ 11.90 100g
  • Northern Brewer Hops
    Useful in a wide variety of other beer and ale types though.
    NZ$ 8.00 100g
  • Pearle Hops
    US-grown Perle tends to exhibit higher alpha acids potential and a slightly different balance of oils. Marginally more useful for bittering.
    NZ$ 7.30 100g
  • Styrian Golding Hops (Celeia)
    Described as slightly citrus and floral on the nose, pleasantly bitter and in symmetry with its aroma.
    NZ$ 9.20 100g
  • Simcoe
    With a high alpha percentage and low cohumulone, it makes a very nice foundational bittering hop. It is also noted though for its favourable aroma qualities. It has a pleasantly fruity, yet earthy herbal and piny aroma.
    NZ$ 10.90 100g
  • Tettnanger Pellets
    Noble aroma qualities with a bouquet of floral spice. Good hop for the boil as well as dry hopping.
    NZ$ 9.70 100g
  • Warrior Pellets
    Clean, smooth bittering and a somewhat inconspicuous citrusy and spicy aroma.
    NZ$ 11.30 100g

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