• BSG HomeBrew Kit K6 Quick View
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    • BSG HomeBrew Kit K6
    • $104.99
    • The K6 Beer Equipment kit includes all the conveniences you get with the K3 kit, like an automatic pump-style siphon, an adhesive thermometer for the primary fermenter, and a full 27-page beginner's guide. But the K6 has a 7.8 gallon bucket and a 6 gallon glass carboy (contrast two, 6.5 gallon buckets in the K3). The 6 gallon glass carboy…
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  • Cascade Hop Pellets (1oz) Quick View
    • 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
    • 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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  • Chinook Hop pellets (1lb) Quick View
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    • Chinook Hop pellets (1lb)
    • $19.99
    • Developed by the USDA breeding program and released in 1985 as a high-alpha variety, Chinook eventually found traction among craft brewers as a unique aroma and flavor hop. Its ancestry includes Petham Golding and USDA 63012. Thanks to its high alpha content and moderate cohumulone, Chinook delivers potent, smooth bitterness. The flavor and aroma are pungent, with suggestions of mountain…
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  • Chinook Hop Pellets (1oz) Quick View
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    • Chinook Hop Pellets (1oz)
    • $2.99
    • Developed by the USDA breeding program and released in 1985 as a high-alpha variety, Chinook eventually found traction among craft brewers as a unique aroma and flavor hop. Its ancestry includes Petham Golding and USDA 63012. Thanks to its high alpha content and moderate cohumulone, Chinook delivers potent, smooth bitterness. The flavor and aroma are pungent, with suggestions of mountain…
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  • Citra Hop Pellets (1oz) Quick View
    • Citra Hop Pellets (1oz) Quick View
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    • Citra Hop Pellets (1oz)
    • $2.99
    • Citra® is a relatively new variety, developed by the Hop Breeding Company of Yakima from Hallertau  Mittelfrüh, Tettnang, Brewers Gold, and East Kent Golding parentage. It's character is strongly tropical and lush with a host of fruit flavors including peach, passionfruit, guava, lychee, lime and gooseberry. Because of its distinctive and intense aromatics, Citra® is best in a late addition…
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  • Cluster Hop Pellets (1lb) Quick View
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    • Cluster Hop Pellets (1lb)
    • $16.99
    • Cluster is the oldest hop variety grown in the US, and until relatively recently it accounted for the majority of the acreage as well. The prevailing theory of its origin is pollination of hop varieties cultivated by English and Dutch settlers by indigenous wild hops. With balanced bittering and pungent but not unpleasant aromatics, Cluster adds to the authenticity of…
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  • Cluster Hop Pellets (1oz) Quick View
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    • Cluster Hop Pellets (1oz)
    • $1.99
    • Cluster is the oldest hop variety grown in the US, and until relatively recently it accounted for the majority of the acreage as well. The prevailing theory of its origin is pollination of hop varieties cultivated by English and Dutch settlers by indigenous wild hops. With balanced bittering and pungent but not unpleasant aromatics, Cluster adds to the authenticity of…
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  • CTZ Hop Pellets Quick View
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    • CTZ Hop Pellets
    • $1.89
    • ‘CTZ’ is an umbrella term for the closely-related varieties Columbus, Tomahawk, and Zeus. Bred for high alpha potential, each variety shares parentage with Nugget. Excellent bittering capability as originally intended, but craft brewers have also harnessed CTZ’s intense, citrus-and-spice pungence for American-style IPAs. Dry-hopping can bring out aromas of pine and spice.
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