||Fruity flavors and a spicy aroma, a little woodsy, earthy.
||American Ales, Lagers
||A flowery, citrus-like aroma with medium bittering value that is gaining acceptance as a substitute for Cascade due to its hardy nature.
||Ales, IPAs, Porters
||Blackcurrant, fruity, spicy.
||Ales, Pilsner, Lambic, Saison, Biere de Garde
||Chinook, Galena, Nugget
||Flowers, citrus and spice with grapefruit the noticeable fragrance quite often. This medium aroma balances the low bittering value. Very popular hop among craft brewers.
||Pale Ales, IPAs, Porters, Barleywines
||Amarillo, Centennial, Ahtanum
||Flowers and citrus most evident. A medium aroma with mid to high bittering value makes it a dual purpose choice.
||Cascade, Columbus, Chinook, Amarillo
||Mild to Moderate aroma, quite spicy. One of the few recognized all-purpose hops combining moderate amounts of alpha acid with a good kettle aroma.
||British Ales, Porters, Stouts and Lagers
||Northern Brewer, Perle
||A pine forest washed with exotic spice and infused with grapefruit. This alluring aroma and a high bittering value has gained this hop full respect from craft and major brewers.
||Most beer styles from Pale Ales to Lagers
||Galena, Cluster, Nugget, Northern Brewer, Target
||Very fruity Citrus, peach, apricot, passion fruit, grapefruit, lime, melon, gooseberry, lychee fruit, pineapple, mango, papaya and other tropical fruit flavors and aromas.
||Pale Ales, IPAs
||Simcoe, Centennial, Columbus, Cascade
||Floral aroma, Excellent general purpose hop with medium and well-balanced bittering potential and no undesirable aroma properties.
||Dark Ales, Pale Ales
||High on the bittering scale yet also valued for its oil content creates a hop that is an interesting dichotomy of sharp and herbal.
||American IPAs and Pale Ales, Stout, Lager
||Centennial, Chinook, Galena, Nugget
||Genteel, continental lady meets American belle with a delicate blend of spices and flowers. Low bittering value adds to the charm. Craft brewers love her style.
||German-style Pilsner, Lager, Kölsch, ESB, Belgian Ales
||Liberty, Mt. Hood, Hallertau
|East Kent Golding
||The refined older English gentleman with his flowery tones that have produced some of England’s best bitters.
||All English-style beers (Ales, ESB, Bitter), Belgian-style Ales
||Falconer’s Flight™ is a hop blend created by Hop Union to honor Northwest brewing legend, Glen Hay Falconer, who passed in 2002. The blend is comprised of Citra™, Simcoe®, and Sorachi Ace along with experimental hops and numerous other NW varieties.
||Pleasant citrus/apricot nose that is outstanding in ESB's, IPA's, or fruit beers.
||English Style Ales, Porters, fruit beers
||Any Golding Varitety
||Classic English aroma hop with moderate bittering value. Pleasant wood and fruit tones will have you heading off to the hunt. Mild, Woody, and fruity.
||English-style beers (particularly Stout), American Ales
||Willametter, East Kent Golding, Styrian Goldings
||Australian high alpha dual purpose hop with a big unique aroma, described as a combination of citrus and passionfruit.
||Pale Ales, IPAs, Barleywines
||Simcoe, Citra, Amarillo
||Ales, Porters, Stouts, ESB, Bitters
||Mild flavor, earthy aroma.
||English ales, Stouts, Porters
||Mild, extremely pleasent and gently hoppy.
||Pale Ale, English Ales
||Englsih Styles, Belgian Styles
||Named for its origins in the Hallertauer region of Germany, this is a noble aroma hop with ever-so-subtle flower and spice fragrances defining its “über alles” superiority. Very low bittering value.
||Pilsner, Bock, Lager, Wheat
||Liberty, Crystal, Mt. Hood
||Delicate floral and subtle herbal aroma
||Strong Malt Ales and Lagers
||Drier, spicier than Hallertauer.
||Lager, Pilsner, Bock, Wheat
||Floral and spicey.
||American Ales, Lagers
||American cousin to Hallertau with very similar flower and spice characteristics. Best used as a finishing hop in German-style lagers.
||Lager, Pilsner, Bock, Kölsch
||Hallertau, Mt. Hood
||A German thoroughbred with limited Pacific Northwest plantings. Prized for its high bittering value, the aromatic nature is one of spice and citrus.
||Pale Ales, IPAs, German-style Lager
||Northern Brewer, Galena
||Simcoe's daughter with earthy, grassy, herbal, citrus, cedar, tropical, spice and stone fruit notes adding to the pine-based pungency!
||Brown Ales, IPAs, Pale Ales
||Hybrid of Hallertau with similar mild flower/spice aroma characteristics with a hint more of the forest. “Clean” commonly describes it.
||Lager, Pilsner, Bock, Wheat
||Hallertau, Liberty, Crystal
||Described to have a white wine fruitiness of "crushed gooseberries".
||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.
||English-style Ales, ESB, Bitter, Porter
||Strong herbal/slight spice aroma and high bittering value (along with desirable growing traits) has brought this hop variety to the forefront of the industry.
||All Ales, Stout
||Columbus, Chinook, Target, Galena, Cluster
||Mellow English higher alpha-acid hop. Similar to Northern Brewer, but with a better flavor and aroma than domestic NB; A clean bittering hop.
||Northern Brewer, Target
||Aroma described as floral, Subtle Apricot, Grassy or ”Pretty”.
||A palate-pleaser with its moderate, clean bittering qualities and refreshing, spicy aroma.
||A wide range from Pale Ale to Lager to Stout
||Northern Brewer, Cluster, Chinook
||Attractive English aroma (sources say similar to challenger) with high alpha-acid.
|Pride of Ringwood
||Quite pronounced aroma but not unpleasant, citrus-like.
||The Old World steadfast standby made famous by Pilsner Urquell possesses the aromatic blend of earth and spice notable in European nobles. Low bittering value.
||Pilsner, Lager, Wheat, Belgian-style Ales
||Resembles a Noble hop aroma. Herbal. Floral.
||American Lagers, German Lagers, Wheat beers
||A hop variety less than 10 years old that is quickly finding its way into the hearts of bitter-loving craft brewers. Intense pine aroma adds to the fresh, youthful vigor. Dual purpose but generally considered a bittering hop.
||American Ales, IPAs, Double IPAs
||Amarillo, Cascade, Centennial (or a blend)
||Herbs and spices dominate, flowers and citrus around the fringes. Moderate bittering values with a mix of Saaz and Mt. Hood properties.
||Ale, Pilsner, Lager
||Saaz, Mt. Hood
||Herbs and spices dominate, flowers and citrus around the fringes.
||English Ales, Oktoberfest Lagers, Belgian Ales, Pilsners
||Floral, Herbal, Spicy.
||Pleasent English hop aroma, quite intense.
||English Ales and Lagers
||Fine, very spicy, mild, floral, very aromatic.
||Tropical Fruit, Lychee, Earthy
||IPA, Pale Ale, American Ales
||Slightly flowery, mild.
||Similar to continental European types
||Its high bittering value and very mild aroma offers new dimensions to IPA and Double IPA brewers.
||The king of aroma hops in the U.S. with its modest bittering value and the joyous harmony of flowers, fruit, earth and spice.
||American Pale and Brown Ales, English-style Ales
||Fuggle, Tettnang, East Kent Goldings