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It is a Whitbread Golding cross and has a nice Goldings character, although it is not as mild as East Kent Goldings. Spicy.

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Similar to Hersbrucker, with a medium intensity and pleasant hoppiness. Used in pilsner, lager and wheat beer.

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Golden Cluster is a relatively new hop variety is used in many premium Australian beers.

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Used in lager, bock, wheat beer and sometimes pilsner. Hallertau Hersbrucker is a replacement for Hallertau Mittelfrueh. Both are delicate, flowery and spicy. Along with Saaz, Hallertau is the classic Continental European lager hop and is ideal for any l ...

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For a reasonably bitter hop, Zenith has good aroma.

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A relatively new dwarf variety with clean bitterness and mild English aroma, similar to East Kent Goldings. Used in ales.

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Amarillo is floral and citrusy, similar to Cascade, but with a slightly higher alpha acid level. Used in American ales and IPAs.

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Used in German-style beers, and US pale ale and porter. It has a pleasant, slightly crisp, spicy aroma and can be used for most lagers except pilsner. Similar aroma to Hallertauer Mittelfrueh. It can also be used sparingly for a slightly spicy, green-hop ...

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Used in wheat beer and ales, particularly darker ales and stout. It has a strong but pleasant aroma. It is similar to Northern Brewer and has Brewer's Gold ancestry with typical English characteristics.

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A newer variety. James Boags claims its Honey Porter was the first commercial beer to use this hop, in 2003.

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Chinook has a heavy, earthy, spicy aroma that can be astringent in large quantities. Some people do not find its piney, almost smoky character pleasant. It was released in 1985 and has Goldings ancestry. Used in pale ale, IPA, stout, porter and lager.

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A high alpha hop and a replacement for Target. Similar to Northdown and Challenger.

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Similar to Target, but it is more mellow, making it more suitable for use in lagers.

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Centennial has a spicy, floral, citrus aroma like Cascade but a much higher bitterness. Quite popular in the US. Released in 1990.

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Most famously used in Czech pilsner. The most famous of all aroma hops, Saaz is fresh and cleansing. It is very mild with pleasant hoppy notes. It is essential for pilseners and also used in Belgian ales. Polish Lublin is similar, but nothing can really s ...

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Cascade is used widely in American beers, and is the predominant hop in most West Coast ales. Cascade imparts a pleasant citrusy (usually grapefruit), zesty flavor and floral/citrus aroma. It was released in 1972 and is one of the most recognisable US hop ...

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Pride of Ringwood is the only hop used in many Australian beers, from Coopers' cloudy ales to mass-produced lager such as Carlton Draught and Victoria Bitter. It has a quite pronounced, woody, earthy and herbal character. Overuse results in coarse, harsh ...

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Good aroma and a quite high bitterness. Use in European lagers.

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A continental hop, used in lager and similar to Saaz and Tettnang. It has a pleasant, slightly spicy aroma and is also widely used in German altbier. Spalter Select is almost identical and can be used in its place.

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Whitbread Goldings Variety is something of a misnoma for this hybrid hop, as it is actually classed as a Fuggles replacement. It is a traditional English hop with a pleasant, sweet, fruity aroma.

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