From Australia comes one of the most interesting new hops out on the market! Australian Summer is a wonderful hop full of melon and candy character. It has a very bright profile that is fruity and works in a number of different ales. Australian Summer is perfect as a flavor or aroma hop, and can be well-utilized as a dry hop too! As a flavor or aroma hop, Australian summer is well balanced, with fruit, melon, apricot and candy notes. Dry hopping is said to infuse stone fruit and melon character into beer. Perfect for pale ales and IPAs, let your imagination set the limit for how you use this extraordinary hop!
Brewers Gold is a complex bittering hop that is noted to have a sharp or pungent bittering quality. It also imparts a fruity yet spicy aroma as well as having a black currant characteristic. Brewers Gold can be used in a wide range of styles, but can be overpowering in larger amounts.
Falconer's Flight is blend consisting of a variety of the Pacific Northwest's most intriguing aroma hop varieties and some additional experimental hops. Tropical, floral, lemon, and grapefruit characteristics. An excellent complement to many IPA and Pale Ale oriented hop varieties.
This novel proprietary pellet blend is comprised of many of the Northwest's most unique hop varieties and is perfect for any American-style Pale and IPA. It has pineapple and citrus tones, along with some slight piney characteristics. It makes for an excellent addition to any hop forward beer.
Saphir is a German hop that was released in 2002 from the Hop Research Center in Hull, Germany. It is a good substitute for recipes calling for Hallertau, and will provide distinct spicy, fruit, and tangerine tones to your homebrew. Described as a good aroma variety hop, with a distinct hoppy tang.
Provides a distinct citrusy grapefruit flavor and aroma which can be used as both a bittering and an aroma hop. Good for dry hopping as well. The quintessential American hop. Sierra Nevada Pale Ale is a showcase for this hop. Centennial and Columbus have a similar aroma/flavor, but are considerably more bitter.