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A relatively new, hew high-alpha dwarf variety.

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An old, rare, Yugoslavian hop with low yields.

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Phoenix has an attractive English aroma with high alpha-acid.

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Has some Saaz characteristics.

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Bullion was first grown in 1919 and never took off even though it was one of the original high-alpha hops. Its popularity is declining. It is from Goldings stock, but does not have the flavor or aroma of Goldings. It is rich with an intense blackcurrant a ...

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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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Used widely, but has a poor aroma and a sharp taste. Some consider it to be a general-purpose hop, as it is used for aroma in some ales. Cluster is one of the oldest US hops.

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Used almost exclusively for bittering, Target accounts for a large proportion of Britain's hop production. It is used in ales and lagers, and has a pleasant English hop aroma but is quite intense.

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High bitterness and good aroma.

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Similar to Aquila and Cluster.

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

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Used in India pale ale, pale ale and stout. A relatively new high-alpha variety grown in the US northwest that is gaining in popularity. It has a very pungent aroma and clean bittering properties.

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A popular hop in Britain, it is replacing its parent, Northern Brewer, which does not have as good aroma or flavor. It is fruity with some spiciness. Released in 1971 and can be used in all ales.

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Released to meet the demand for a higher alpha-acid hop. No longer grown.

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Sorachi Ace is a hop that is increasing in popularity. Its distinctive flavour has been described as lemon/bubblegum and is said by some to impart a dill pickle flavour!

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Hersbrucker is drier and spicier than Hallertauer. Hersbrucker is mild to semi strong but imparts pleasant characteristics, and is the most important aroma variety in Germany. It is used in lager, pilsner, bock and wheat beers. Mount Hood and Strisslespal ...

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EKG, as it is often called, is used in all types of English ales. It has a pleasant, mild spicy, floral, earthy, rounded aroma and a spicy flavor.

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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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Despite its name, it is a variety of Fuggles, grown seedless in Slovenia. It is delicate and slightly spicy. It is used in many English ales, some Belgian ales and some lagers.

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