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Has some Saaz characteristics.

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

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First bred in 1987 as a cross between Pride of Ringwood and a British hop with Yeoman heritage.

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Similar to Cluster. Released in 1987. Not widely used.

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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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Shinsu Wase has a spicy, refined character, and Saaz and American ancestry.

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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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A newer variety with Northern Brewer and Saaz ancestry.

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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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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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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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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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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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Heavy, spicy, herbal aroma and strong bittering. Similar to Chinook, Columbus, Target and Galena. Released in 1983 and the second-most-popular high-bitterness hop in the US. It has strong lineage from Brewer's Gold.

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

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One of Britain's most-popular hops, Challenger is mild, with good aroma and a typical English hop taste. It is fairly bitter for a hop from Britain. As well as bittering and aroma in English ales, porter, stout, bitter and extra special bitter, it is used ...

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Omega was released in the mid-1980s and was taken up early by the now-defunct Courage Brewery.

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A relatively new, hew high-alpha dwarf variety.

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Similar to Aquila and Cluster.

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