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Used in US ales, German-style lagers and pilsners. Sterling is a Northwest hop developed with more than 50 per cent Czech Saaz. It is a very delicate hop with lots of noble character, but with a higher alpha than many other noble hops such as Saaz or Mitt ...

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Similar to Aquila and Cluster.

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Crystal was bred as an American-grown substitute for Hallertau Mittelfruh, as were Liberty and Mt Hood. Crystal is regarded as the best of the three. It is also similar to Hersbrucker and Strisslespalt. Its flavour is more spicy than floral. Used in ales ...

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Used in lager and pilsner. It is a disease-resistant Hallertau, but more aromatic than Hallertau Hersbrucker and Mittelfrueh.

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

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Considered to be Britain's finest hop, with a fine aroma and flavor. Because of its high price and low bitterness, commercial brewers rarely use it alone. Dates from 1790 and used in most styles of English beer.

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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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An old, rare, Yugoslavian hop with low yields.

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

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Developed in 1997. Pungent, almost flowery. A high-alpha-acid hop with a highly aromatic, pleasant profile. Similar to Columbus.

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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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Columbia is a sibling of Willamette and Fuggles. It was released in 1976.

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

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Very bitter, but with good aroma for use in lagers.

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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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A dwarf hop with fine English Golding character.

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