Gargoyle

Gargoyle, along with Ivanhoe, is a new generation of California Cluster and the first to be grown commercially in over half a century. Revived by organic hop farm Hops-Mesiter, LLC near Clearlake, California, it is similar to Ivanhoe but tends more toward a citrusy-mango bouquet. Also Known As Characteristics Citrusy-mango aroma Purpose Aroma Alpha Acid Composition 7.50% Beta Acid Composition …

Pacific Jade

Released from HortResearch’s New Zealand Hop Research Program in 2004, Pacific Jade started its commercial existence predominately limited to the New Zealand domestic market. Now however, it is finding its way into inventories worldwide. It exhibits an interesting flavor profile of lemon citrus and cracked pepper. As an early addition it imparts a soft, rounded bitterness. Ancestrally, Pacific Jade owes …

Wai-iti

A truly modern triploid hop, Wai-iti brings forth a fresh splash of lime and stone fruit. It was released to brewers in 2011 alongside Kohatu by New Zealand Plant & Food Research and features higher beta acids than alpha acids, low cohumulone and robust oil content. Its heritage consists of notable varieties Hallertauer Mittelfrüh as a 1/3 parent and Liberty …

Riwaka

Considered to be one of the darling hops of the New Zealand craft beer scene, Riwaka’s abundant oil content is nearly twice that of its parent variety Saaz. This unique oil balance alongside a near 1:1 ratio of alpha to beta acids gives it a strong sweet citrus note that, according to one brewer, makes it the “ultimate” for hoppy …

Teamaker

Developed over several decades by the USDA, Teamaker hops were officially released by the ARS Forage, Seed and Cereal Research Unit in Corvallis, Oregon in the late 2000’s. They are a unique high beta, low alpha breed that have made their mark, not just in the brewing industry, but in the world of medicine and food as well. Their strong …

Kohatu

Kohatu, meaning stone or rock in Maori, was released alongside Wai-iti in 2011. It was named after Kohatu, a small town nestled by the Motueka River, south west of Nelson, New Zealand. Kohatu is not as fruity as Wai-iti, but with its intense aroma of tropical fruit and freshly crushed pine needles, it adds a wonderfully fresh character to beer. …

Dana

Dana, or Extra Styrian Dana as it is often known, is a Slovenian hop bred from a German Hallertau Magnum and a wild Slovenian male. A product of the Institute of Hop Research in Zalec, Solvenia, it is said to feature quality and harmonious bittering properties alongside a slightly floral and citrus flavor profile. Want this hop? Browse our recommended …

Willamette (AUS)

Willamette (AUS) hops are a directly descended from US-grown Willamette and were introduced to Australia in 1988. Imported and primarily grown by Hop Products Australia, the Australian version of this iconic aroma hop features a mlld, spicy, resinous and floral character. Sister of Columbia, Willamatte is a triploid variety directly descended from English variety Fuggle and Fuggle Tetraploid. Originally released …

Red Earth

Red Earth hops bring with them an altogether “Australian” depth of character. They’re a new Australian breed which carry a decidedly spicy, woody aroma and flavor with a citrusy under note. The name stems from the reddish hue cones exhibit as they emerge from the early, burr stage of development. Developed by Rupert Ward in Western Australia, Red Earth is …