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

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Used in light ales and lagers. It is an old French variety that is also grown in Australia. Elsasser is rare and has a delicate flavor and aroma.

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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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An old, rare, Yugoslavian hop with low yields.

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Galena is used in particular in ale, porter, stout, extra special bitter and bitter. It is also the hop used in Corona (which some may not regard as a ringing endoresement!). Like Eroica, it is similar to Northern Brewer. Released in 1978. From a selectio ...

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Similar to Aquila and Cluster.

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Closely represents other types of English Goldings. First grown before 1889.

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Used in lager, pilsner, bock and wheat beers. Fine, very mild floral and fruity aroma for German style lagers. Can be slightly spicy. Similar to Hallertauer and Mt Hood. Suitable for all lagers. Reportedly named after the Gulf War.

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Used as an aroma hop in ale, lager, pilsner and wheat beers, and for late hopping ales. A recent strain that is a cross between Hallertau Mittelfrueh and a Saaz clone. It has a nice, strong floral aroma and a hint of spice, similar to Saaz. It is a well r ...

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

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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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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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Sibling of Northern Brewer. It has dark purplish or blueish leaves and stems and is primarily ornamental.

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A relatively new, hew high-alpha dwarf variety.

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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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Tettnang is used in lagers and has a floral aroma. US varieties have twice the yield of their European parents.

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