HOPS AND YEAST

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US Bravo Hop Pellets, 1 oz.
$1.43

US Bravo Hop Pellets, 1 oz.

$1.43

US BRAVO HOP PELLETS 1 OZ

Equinox Hop Pellets, 1 OZ
$3.93

Equinox Hop Pellets, 1 OZ

$3.93

Also known as HBC 366, Equinox was developed by the Hop Breeding Company, and is now available to you the homebrewer. A pronounced aroma profile with citrus, tropical fruit, floral and herbal characteristics, this hop is sure to be great for your next hoppy masterpiece.

US Cluster Leaf Hops, 1 lb.
$16.93

US Cluster Leaf Hops, 1 lb.

$16.93

Usage: Dual Purpose. AAU: 5.5 - 8.5%. Strong floral and spicy characteristics - Excellent general purpose variety with balanced bittering and aroma potential. Possible Substitutions: Galena. Typical Beer Style: Stout.

US Mt. Hood Hop Pellets, 1 oz.
$1.43

US Mt. Hood Hop Pellets, 1 oz.

$1.43

US MT HOOD. Aroma variety with similarities to the German Hallertau and Hersbrucker varieties, released in the US in 1989. Used for aroma and flavor, American and German Ales/Lagers. Alpha Acid : 4.0% - 8.0%

Palisades Hop Pellets, 1 oz.
$2.49

Palisades Hop Pellets, 1 oz.

$2.49

Palisade hops are grown in the Yakima Valley of the Pacific Northwest by a family farm with generations of hop growing experience. The Palisades variety was bred from Swiss Tettnanger hops, and have a character similar to Willamette or Fuggles. They exhibit a refined and subtle flavor with an earthy herbal aroma that could also be described as grassy. A slight spicy character with hints of citrus or apricot makes some describe this hop as pretty. As mellow rather than overpowering hop the Palisades are a great hop for beers that strike a good balance between malt and hops and have a smooth drinkable character. Recommended substitute for Tettnanger, Willamette, Fuggle, Styrian Golding. Alpha Acid : 7.2%

US Warrior Hop Pellets, 1 oz.
$2.29

US Warrior Hop Pellets, 1 oz.

$2.29

Mild and resinous with subtle citrus, pine and herbal characteristics. Typical Alpha Acid: 15.0% - 17.0%

US Flaconer's Flight 7 C's Hop Pellets, 1 oz.

$1.93

Usage: Aroma. AAU: 9.0 - 10.5%. Strong fruit and citrus characteristics, with layers of spicy and earthy overtones - A great addition/alternative to any IPA or Pale Ale style beer. Possible Substitutes: N/A. Typical Beer Style: Pale Ale.

YEAST ENERGIZER 1 LB
$9.99

YEAST ENERGIZER 1 LB

$9.99

Add teaspoon per gallon of wine must to stimulate fermentation. Contains Diammonium phosphate, yeast hulls, magnesium sulphate, and Vitamin B Complex. 1 oz

US Columbus Hop Pellets 1oz.
$2.29

US Columbus Hop Pellets 1oz.

$2.29

Relatively new variety becoming increasingly accepted. Used for bittering mainly, good flavor. IPA's, Pale Ales and Stouts.

US Sorachi Ace Hop Pellets 1oz
$2.99

US Sorachi Ace Hop Pellets 1oz

$2.99

An extremely unique high alpha aroma variety with great bittering characteristics.

US Citra Hop Pellets, 1 oz.
$2.99

US Citra Hop Pellets, 1 oz.

$2.99

A new, moderately-high acid cross between Hallertau Mittelfreuh, U.S. Tettnanger, Bavarian, Brewers Gold and E.K. Golding. Very fruity. Used in Sierra Nevada Torpedo IPA and strong American and Belgian ales.

Brewer's Gold Hops (US) - Pellets - 1 oz

$2.29

Brewer's Gold Hops (US) - Pellets - 1 oz Alpha: 8.0 - 10.0% Beta: 3.5 -
4.5% Aroma: Spicy, fruity characteristics, black currant.

US Nugget Hop Pellets, 1 oz.
$1.99

US Nugget Hop Pellets, 1 oz.

$1.99

Selected from a cross between Brewers Gold and a high alpha male. Heavy, herbal and spicy aroma, extremely bitter. Used for medium to dark Ales and Lagers. Alpha Acid : 12.2%

Lalvin 71B-1122 Yeast
$0.99

Lalvin 71B-1122 Yeast

$0.99

FRESH high Quality yeast 5 gram package Starts fast easy to use. A rapid starting and constant fermenting semi-dry white wine yeast that will enhance fruit flavors and add fruity esters, ideal for fermenting with neutral grapes or concentrates. Limits phenol extraction and may neutralize up to 40% of malic acid producing a smooth and rounded "nouveau" wines that will mature quickly. A low foaming strain. Whites, roses, nouveaus and concentrates. 59-89 deg F (15-deg 30C)

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