A neomexicana variety containing an earthy strong orange citrus notes with an unusual melon, apricot aroma. Native of the Amalia Valley, New Mexico, USA. Typical beer styles include American-style Ale, IPA, brown-style beers or darker-style ales. One of our best selling variety.
A very popular U.S. variety, with a moderate bitterness level and fragrant, flowery aroma. Cascade is often used in highly hopped West Coast ales that have a citrus-floral hop character. Typical beer styles include American-style Ales, Barley Wine, IPA, Pale Ale, Porter & Wheat. #1 most popular variety with USA craft brewers
Described by some as a "Super Cascade", but not nearly as "citrusy". Some use it for aroma as well as bittering. Bitterness is quite clean with floral and citrus notes, depending on the boil time. Favorable variety because of its balance of aroma/bittering/high oils and lupulin content. Typical beer styles include American-style Ales, IPA, Wheat. #2 most popular variety with USA craft brewers.
A high alpha hop with a wonderful herbal, almost spice and pine characteristics with subtle notes of grapefruit. Dual purpose usage, also as an aromatic during the last few minutes of the boil when dry hoping. Popular in the Midwest, considered as a "workhorse" hops by many. Typical beer styles include American -style Ales, Barley Wine, IPA, Lager, Pale Ale, Porter & Stout
Possibly the oldest American cultivar. It is suggested that they arose from hybridization of varieties, imported by Dutch and English settlers and indigenous male hops. Considered an all purpose variety with strong floral and spicy characteristics, intense citrus and passion fruit aroma. Beer styles include Ale (aroma), Lager (bittering) & Stout
Selected in 1861 by Richard Fuggle and regarded as a traditional English-type style variety. The aroma has mild wood and fruit characteristics. Typical beer styles include English-style Ales, English Bitter, ESB, Lager, Lambic & Porter
Magnum is a bittering hybrid with faint hints of spice and citrus. Considered a very clean, non harsh bittering hop with very high alpha acid. Bred in 1980 at Huell, the German Hop Research Instititute, from the American variety Galena and the German male 75/5/3. Typical beer styles include Ale & Lager
An aromatic variety derived from German Hallertau. It has a refined, clean mild spice/floral with woodsy pine tones and clean bittering. Typical beer styles include Ale & Lagers.
A Neomexicana breed with a pungent lemon-citrus aspect. Native of the Neo Valley in New Mexico, USA. Great for lighter styles dry hopping and bitterness. Typical beer styles include Ale & Lager. Quite unique and one of our best selling varieties.
Nugget is a great bittering hop with green herbal notes-not citrusy. Gaining acceptance as a dual purpose variety, but mostly used for bittering. Typical beer styles include Ale, IPA, Barley Wine, Saison & Stout
Discovered in the Loess Hills of the Missouri River in 1988; namesake of the Royal Hops Co. It has a light earthy aroma with a hint of persimmon. Not available for sale in 2015.
Wholesale Customers - 2015 season pre-order available