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  • Amarillo Hops USA
    Specific aroma descriptors include grapefruit, orange, lemon, melon, apricot and peach.
    NZ$ 13.80 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$ 8.90 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$ 12.00 100g
  • Challenger Pellets
    An excellent all round, dual-purpose hop with good alpha and aroma properties.
    NZ$ 8.20 100g
  • 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$ 13.80 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
  • Crystal Hops USA
    Extremely versatile, it’s even used for its notable aromatic qualities in IPAs and Bitters despite its low alpha acid content.
    NZ$ 6.40 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$ 10.30 100g
  • Falconer's Flight Hops USA
    Considered a dual-purpose blend particularly suited to IPAs, but also Pale Ales and Lagers. Falconer’s Flight® is listed has having distinct tropical, floral, lemon and grapefruit attributes.
    NZ$ 12.00 100g
  • 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$ 6.90 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
  • Liberty Hops USA
    Given its heritage, it’s no wonder Liberty is likened characteristically to noble hops. Brewers should be advised that, due to Liberty’s very poor storage stability, they should be obtained and used fresh where possible.
    NZ$ 9.80 100g
  • Lubelski Saaz Hops Polish
    Lubelski’s high humulene content is trumped only by its rare, high levels of farnesene. This oil profile results in interesting aromas of magnolia and lavender.
    NZ$ 9.80 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$ 7.20 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$ 8.20 100g
  • 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$ 14.90 100g
  • Northern Brewer Hops
    Useful in a wide variety of other beer and ale types though.
    NZ$ 8.00 100g
  • Nugget Hops
    Nugget’s super alpha acid content, low beta and low cohumulone percentages give it an excellent bittering kick popular in IPAs, Imperials and other super hoppy brews. It’s high myrcene content also results in a green, herbal aroma.
    NZ$ 6.20 100g

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