• Amarillo Pellets (1 oz) Quick View
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    • Amarillo Pellets (1 oz)
    • $3.99
    • Also known as VGXP01, the Amarillo® variety is exclusively managed by Virgil Gamache Farms of Toppenish, WA, where it was originally found growing wild in 1998.With respectable alpha acid content, Amarillo® can be a dual-purpose hop and contribute to bittering additions, but with its unique, highly sought-after aromas and flavors combined with high demand, it’s most often seen in late-kettle…
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  • Azacca Hop Pellets (1oz) Quick View
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    • Azacca Hop Pellets (1oz)
    • $2.99
    • Formerly known as #483 from the American Dwarf Hop Association, this Washington state hop was named ‘Azacca™’ after the Haitian god of agriculture. It boasts an intense tropical fruit profile, with sustained impressions of apricot and very ripe mango and notes of pears, apples and pine throughout. Excellent aromatic qualities make Azacca™ a go-to hop for late and dry hop…
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  • Cascade Hop Pellets (1oz) Quick View
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    • Cascade Hop Pellets (1oz)
    • $1.99
    • The granddaddy of American craft brewing hops, Cascade was bred in 1956 through a USDA program and first released in 1972. Its ancestry includes English Fuggle and Russian Serebrianka. Today it is the most widely-grown American aroma hop. The flavor and aroma are famously citrus-like (particularly ruby red grapefruit) with prominent floral tones. The classic finishing hop for pretty much…
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  • Cascade Pellets (1LB) Quick View
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    • Cascade Pellets (1LB)
    • $17.99
    • The granddaddy of American craft brewing hops, Cascade was bred in 1956 through a USDA program and first released in 1972. Its ancestry includes English Fuggle and Russian Serebrianka. Today it is the most widely-grown American aroma hop. The flavor and aroma are famously citrus-like (particularly ruby red grapefruit) with prominent floral tones. The classic finishing hop for pretty much…
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  • Centennial Hop Pellets (1oz) Quick View
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    • Centennial Hop Pellets (1oz)
    • $2.99
    • One of the classic “C” hops of American craft beer, many acres in Oregon and Washington are under Centennial. Bred in 1974 and released in 1990, its complex parentage includes Brewers Gold, Fuggle, and East Kent Goldings. Centennial is a dual-purpose variety with high alpha acids and excellent aromatic capabilities. It's widely used as a finishing or dry hop as…
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