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Hops from the US of A!

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  • Amarillo™ VGXP01 hops are used worldwide where its ultra-high myrcene content creates a delicious orange citrus flavor. A varietal of Virgil Gamache Farms, Inc. Amarillo™ VGXP01 is highly acidic, making it a perfect choice for for ESB’s and Pale Ales.

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  • Calypso

    Technical Data

    Alpha Acid: 12%-14%

    Form: Pellet
    Beta Acid: 5%-6%
    Co-Humulone: 40%-42%

    Total Oils: 1.6%-2.5%

  • Calypso

    Technical Data

    Alpha Acid: 12%-14%

    Form: Pellet
    Beta Acid: 5%-6%
    Co-Humulone: 40%-42%

    Total Oils: 1.6%-2.5%

  • Cascade was originally developed through open pollination of English variety Fuggle and the Russian variety Serebrianka and is named after the Cascade Range, mountains that run from northern California all the way north to British Columbia, Canada. It features excellent vigor and yield and when brewed exudes a distinct spicy citrus aroma with hints of grapefruit.

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  • Centennial owes its existence to a mix of Brewer’s Gold, Fuggle, East Kent Golding and Bavarian hops. Developed in 1974 and released in 1990, Centennial was pioneered by Charles (Chuck) Zimmerman and S.T. Kenny at Washington State University. It is at times referred to as super Cascade because of its similar citric characteristic. Centennial is a much-celebrated hop in its versatility with its depth of bitterness and forward aroma — two characteristics that balance each other beautifully.

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  • Centennial owes its existence to a mix of Brewer’s Gold, Fuggle, East Kent Golding and Bavarian hops. Developed in 1974 and released in 1990, Centennial was pioneered by Charles (Chuck) Zimmerman and S.T. Kenny at Washington State University. It is at times referred to as super Cascade because of its similar citric characteristic. Centennial is a much-celebrated hop in its versatility with its depth of bitterness and forward aroma — two characteristics that balance each other beautifully.

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  • 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.

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  • Citra, as the name implies, has a strong citrusy profile. This is largely credited to its very high myrcene content. It has an extraordinary flavour profile of grapefruit, lime and tropical fruits but despite its high alphas, brewers often warn against its use for bittering, which is considered by some to be harsh and undesirable.

  • Citra

    Citra, as the name implies, has a strong citrusy profile. This is largely credited to its very high myrcene content. It has an extraordinary flavour profile of grapefruit, lime and tropical fruits but despite its high alphas, brewers often warn against its use for bittering, which is considered by some to be harsh and undesirable.

  • Lemondrop – The name truly says it all. Lemondrop offers a “unique lemon-citrus character with a pleasant aroma.” The bright citrus and subtle herbaceous notes are perfect for sessionable beers. While ales tend to bring out her sweeter side, Lemondrop is delicate and refined enough for quality lagers.

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  • Lemondrop – The name truly says it all. Lemondrop offers a “unique lemon-citrus character with a pleasant aroma.” The bright citrus and subtle herbaceous notes are perfect for sessionable beers. While ales tend to bring out her sweeter side, Lemondrop is delicate and refined enough for quality lagers.

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  • Mosaic ® – Released in 2012 by the Hop Breeding Company, LLC, Mosaic hops feature complex but clean flavor characteristics and are known for their triple-use profile encompassing bittering, flavor and aroma. They have high alpha acids but low cohumulone which makes them pleasantly hoppy, carrying flavors of mango, pine, citrus and herbs and aromas of tropical and stone fruit. Mosaic is the first daughter of Simcoe and Nugget as has been humorously referred to by some as “Citra on steroids”.

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  • Mosaic ® – Released in 2012 by the Hop Breeding Company, LLC, Mosaic hops feature complex but clean flavor characteristics and are known for their triple-use profile encompassing bittering, flavor and aroma. They have high alpha acids but low cohumulone which makes them pleasantly hoppy, carrying flavors of mango, pine, citrus and herbs and aromas of tropical and stone fruit. Mosaic is the first daughter of Simcoe and Nugget as has been humorously referred to by some as “Citra on steroids”.

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  • Nugget

    Technical Data

    Alpha Acid: 9.5%-14%

    Form: Pellet
    Beta Acid: 4.2%-5.8%
    Co-Humulone: 22%-30%

    Total Oils: 1.5-2.7 mL/100g

  • Nugget

    Technical Data

    Alpha Acid: 9.5%-14%

    Form: Pellet
    Beta Acid: 4.2%-5.8%
    Co-Humulone: 22%-30%

    Total Oils: 1.5-2.7 mL/100g

  • Simcoe® – Released to the world in 2000 by Yakima Chief Ranches, American variety Simcoe® has become wildly popular with craft brewers. With a high alpha percentage and low cohumulone, it makes a very nice foundational bittering hop. It is also noted though for its favorable aroma qualities. It has a pleasantly fruity, yet earthy herbal and piney aroma.

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