Hops in cones
Melon is the new German flavor hop variety selected from US Cascade and Huell male, grown commercially from 2012
Citra is a special aroma hop variety with fairly high alpha acids and total oil contents with a low percentage of cohumulone content. The variety imparts interesting citrus and tropical fruit characters to beer. Is used in IPAs, strong American and Belgian Ales.
The delicate, minty, grassy, slightly floral aroma produces a clean, refreshing, full-bodied flavour present in many traditional ales. Before the advent of dual-purpose and high-alpha hops, Fuggles were used as the main copper hop and were often complimented by an addition of Golding to give a rounded, full-bodied flavour for which English Ales became famous.
UK origin. The Goldings are the traditional Old English hop. Develops by clonal selection from 1790 on starting from Canterbury Whitebine. Traded as East-Kent Goldings, if grown in East Kent, Kent Goldings if grown in mid-Kent, and Goldings if grown elsewhere.
Known as a bittering hop with good aroma characteristics. Very good in American Ales.
Mandarina is the new German flavor hop variety selected from US Cascade and Huell male, grown commercially from 2012
Bursting Out of the spring soil a vibrant yellow, Equinox™ matures to deep green by fall harvest with a high oil content and dynamic aromas. Aroma characteristics include Melon, Berry, Citrus-Lime, Apple, Papaya and Green Pepper.
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.