Hops in pellet from USA, New Zealand, England, Germany, Czech Republic, Poland. In our offer you can find 80 hop varieties.
Amarillo is a relatively new American hop variety that has been described as "super Cascade." The bitterness is between 8 and 11%, making Amarillo a good hop for flavor and aroma additions. The flavor profile is very citrusy, especially leaning toward a distinct orange flavor and aroma.
Cascade has a unique floral/spicy aroma both in the cone form and in the beer, mainly due to abnormal levels of some of the essential oils. It is very popular with some brewers due to the unique character imparted to the finished beer, others object to it because of its “perfume like” hoppy flavour.
This distinguished variety is well known throughout the world and although identical to Fuggle in many ways it does have its own distinctive characteristics. The perfume-like hoppy character that was again used mainly in European lagers works very well in the less malty flavoured golden coloured beers.
Bullion is a sister seedling from Brewers Gold. In 1919 Bullion raised as a crossing between a female wild cultivate from Canada and an unknown English male. It’s a late variety, which is less biny in the heads than other varieties. On the contrary to the mother, Bullion is immune against the Mosaic virus.