This light tan T-shirt features a historic photo of a hop stilt worker stringing a hop yard around 1930 in England, accompanied by the phrase "Hop 2 It".
Available Sizes: Medium, Large, and XL. Unisex sizing—women, order one size smaller for best fit.
A flowery, grapefruit-like aroma with medium bittering value that is gaining acceptance as a substitute for Cascade due to its citrus nature.
High-yielding sister to Bullion yet highly susceptible to all hop diseases, ancestor to most major high alpha varieties with origins in 1919, grown mainly in southern Germany. Alpha acid content can fluctuate seasonally from environmental influences.
An hop with vigorous growth, excellent yield, good storage stability and moderate disease resistance that is considered ornamental by some, a secret treasure by others. Comparable to the highly popular Cascade.
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The perfect answer for those times when you're jonesing for a sweet hop hit.
Flowers, citrus & spice with notes of grapefruit create the wonderful bouquet of Cascade hops. Homebrewer's #1 hop.
High-yielding, floral American aroma type developed by the USDA breeding program in Oregon and released in 1972. Well-balanced bittering qualities with medium amounts of alpha acids. Very tolerant to Downy Mildew but highly susceptible to aphids. Mid-season maturity.
Flowers and citrus are the most evident aromas. It has a medium aroma with mid to high bittering value. Often times referred to as Super Cascade.
Medium yielding, high alpha hop released through the USDA breeding program in 1985 by crossing a Petham Golding and a select US male. Matures mid to late season with good storage stability, reasonable tolerance to infection and mildew and highly tolerant to insects.
A pine forest washed with exotic spice infused with grapefruit. The alluring aroma and high bittering value has gained this hop the full respect of all brewers.
Citra is a high alpha Hallertauer hybrid. This hop impart interesting citrus and tropical fruit characters to beer.
Use a clip gun to insert the hop clip which holds the hop twine in the ground.
Crystal is a genteel, continental-lady-meets-American-belle with a delicate blend of spices and flowers. It has a low bittering value which adds to the charm.
A good-yielding, vigorous triploid aroma-type cultivar released in 1993, half-sister to Mt. Hood, Liberty & Ultra. Produces a small cone later in the season with tolerance to Downy Mildew.
CTZ stands for Columbus, Tomahawk, and Zeus. High on the bittering scale yet also valued for its oil content. An interesting dichotomy of sharp and herbal.
The siblings Columbus, Tomahawk, and Zeus are often called CTZ; they are an interesting dichotomy of sharp and herbal, ranking high on the bittering scale. These new, super high alpha varieties were developed in the Yakima (WA) Valley as part of the Hopsteiner breeding program. Vigorous growth with good yield, mid-to late-season maturity; moderately susceptible to Powdery Mildew, aphids and mites.
The Freshops logo is from a series of woodcuts done in England in the 1500's.
New Color: Lime Green on Dark Brown!
Also available in Tan and Stonewash Green Sizes: M, L, XL. Unisex sizing—women, order one size smaller for best fit.
Fuggle hops offer a classic English aroma with a moderate bittering value. Fuggle hops offer pleasant wood and fruit tones which will have you heading off to the hunt. Tally-ho, old boy!
Pleasant wood and fruit tones will have you heading off to the hunt. Tally-ho, old boy!
Fuggle was the dominant hop variety in England for 70 years until high alpha varieties were introduced. A low-to-moderate yielding aroma variety that matures early to mid-season and remains susceptible to Verticillium wilt. Grown in Slovenia as Styrian Golding.
Golding is an old school English aroma hop with flowery notes that have produced some of England's best bitters.
golding hop hops
Golding hops consist of a group of traditional English aroma varieties that have been cultivated since 1790. Clones of the variety mature at various stages over the harvest period. A moderate-to-high-yielding aroma variety first planted in the US in 1995 and continues to grow in popularity despite susceptibility to mildews and wilt.
“Hallertauer Mittelfrüh” is the traditional German name for this low-yielding aroma variety which is rapidly disappearing due to disease susceptibility (no longer planted in Verticillium wilt-threatened area). Medium to late harvest maturity.
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Hop hash is mainly lupulin that shakes out of the dried hop cones as they head up a conveyor belt to the baler. A blend of about 10 varieties.
Steam-distilled Cascade oil in alcohol imparts aroma and flavor but no bitterness. Handy when all you can find is hopless beer.
Laser-engraved western red cedar plant identification stake.
Don't assume that you'll remember which variety of hop you planted when they bloom months later. Use these beautiful stakes to jog your memory and flaunt your good taste in hops.
Made from the coir fiber of the coconut husk and imported from Sri Lanka. Commercial Growers have been using Coir Yarn for years. A bundle of coir is 10- 20 ft. strings. 85 lb. test.
In addition to agricultural twine, coir yarn is used in the manufacture of mats/matting and carpets, brush mats/matting, netting, geo textiles (for landscaping and on embankments of road construction to prevent soil erosion), and building construction.
Magnum is a German thoroughbred with limited Pacific Northwest plantings. Prized for its high bittering value. The aromatic nature is one of spice and citrus.
A late-maturing Hallertauer hybrid developed at the Hop Research Institute in Hüll (Germany) with excellent yield potential, high alpha content, good storage stability and resistance to wilt and Downy Mildew, low tolerance to Powdery Mildew. Germany’s second largest hop variety; limited US acreage.
Simcoe's daughter with earthy, grassy, herbal, citrus, cedar, tropical, spice and stonefruit notes adding to the pine-based pungency! A complex modern gal!
Mt. Hood is a hybrid of Hallertau with similar mild flower/spice aroma characteristics with a hint more of the forest. "Clean" commonly describes it.
Hallertauer hybrid that was released in 1989 from the USDA breeding program in Oregon. More vigorous and disease resistant than its German counterparts with low alpha acids, beta acids and cohumulone but high humulene content.
A plucky American filly found herself an affable English suitor and the happy union was this well-adapted hop with its neutral, clean aroma and slightly higher-than-average bittering value. Dual purpose.
A plucky American filly found herself an affable English suitor and the happy union was this well-adapted hop with its neutral, clean aroma. Used in California Common style. Dual purpose.
Nugget was introduced in 1970 via the USDA. It has a strong herbal/slight spice aroma and high bittering value.
nugget hop hops
A high-yielding, high alpha, vigorous, disease resistant variety that has become Oregon’s second most widely-grown hop since its release from the USDA breeding program in 1983. It has significant acreage in Washington State as well. Low cohumulone percentage and good storage capability. Max 5 per order.
Perle is a palate-pleaser with its moderate, clean bittering qualities and refreshing, spicy aroma.
A German palate-pleaser with its moderate, clean bittering qualities and refreshing, spicy aroma.
The vines(bines) are rather big so it is not inexpensive to ship especially to the east coast. All vines shipped Ground UPS. Consider planting your own hop rhizomes in the Spring also.
Saaz is the Old World steadfast standby made famous by Pilsner Urquell. It possesses the aromatic blend of earth and spice notable in European pilsners.
saaz czech hops hop
Released in 1997 by the USDA, Santiam is a triploid selection from Tettnang, Hallertau Mittelfrüh and a cultivar derived from Cascade. It is an American aroma variety with noble hop characteristics.
Simcoe is a patented variety that is quickly finding its way into the hearts of bitter-loving craft brewers. Intense pine aroma adds to the fresh, youthful vigor.
A Saaz hybrid released in 1998 that displays similar noble aroma and oil composition to the Czech variety, good yield and moderately resistant to Downy Mildew, generally considered a favorable Saaz replacement. Mid-season maturity.
Saaz hybrid characterized by golden yellow leaves; developed in 1990 at the USDA breeding program in Oregon; vigorous with early maturity and good yield; moderate resistance to Downy Mildew and Verticillium Wilt. Despite its name, prefers filtered sun; excellent ornamental choice.
Teamaker rhizome is a new very low-alpha but high-beta hop. Teamaker is good for teamaking and its preservative qualities without the bitterness.
Grow Your Own...Brew Your Own! Enhance the flavor, aroma, and uniqueness of your homebrew by growing your own hops, brewing herbs, and malt grains, using this book as your guide.
A new variety released by the USDA Hop Breeding program in Corvallis, OR. Not much is available regarding the flavor profile at this time. Let us know what you think.
A triploid seedling of the Hallertauer variety with good mid-season yield, good vigor that tends to produce a top-crop, moderately resistant to Downy Mildew and no major reactions to virus infection.
A triploid hybrid of the English Fuggle released in 1976 from the USDA breeding program. Fragrant spicy woody aroma.
A triploid hybrid of the English Fuggle released in 1976 from the USDA breeding program. Moderate yield, matures early to mid-season, tolerant to Downy Mildew, resistant to viral infection.
An English Svalof cross selection related to Saxon bred at Wye college. (Usually just referred to as Viking) It has an unusually higher alpha acids profile than most aroma types. Moderate yield.