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East kent golding

East Kent Golding

€2,50 – €4,00
Alpha Acid: 6.8% Purpose: For bittering and aroma Country of origin: England A wonderful aroma with notes of lavender, spices, honey and thyme. The taste is earthy, slightly bitter, sweet,...
sazz

Saaz

€1,60 – €9,90
Alpha Acid: 3.6% Purpose: For aroma Country of origin: Czech Republic Saaz is one of four original Noble hops with a distinctive and classic aroma. Known for being widely used...
East kent golding

Fuggle

€1,80 – €3,00
Alpha Acid: 5.3% Purpose: For aroma Country of origin: England Fuggle is an aromatic hop that is usually only used at the end of the boil, including dry hopping. Sometimes...
Triskel 

Triskel

€1,00 – €1,50
Alpha Acid: 6% Purpose: For aroma Country of origin: France in 2006 Developed in France, Triskel is a hybrid of the French Strisselspalt hop and the English Yeoman variety. Triskel...
Polaris 

Polaris

€1,35 – €2,50
Alpha Acid: 20.3% Purpose: For bittering and aroma Country of origin: Germany Extremely high in alpha acids, the Polaris fragrance features elements of spice, pine and intense mint, with a...
Southern Passion 

Southern Passion

€2,00 – €3,60
Alpha Acid: 12.9% Purpose: For aroma Country of origin: Republic of South Africa "Southern Passion" is an aromatic hop bred in the Republic of South Africa, which originates from the...
El dorado 

El dorado

€2,40 – €4,20
Alpha Acid: 15.3% Purpose: Bitterness and Aroma Country of origin: USA El Dorado is a dual purpose hop. Used as a malting hop, El Dorado provides a mild and balanced...
Azacca 

Azacca

€2,50 – €4,50
Alpha Acid: 11% Purpose: For bittering and aroma Country of origin: USA Azacca is a dual purpose hop. Azacca has a wonderful fresh aroma. Aromas and flavors of mango, papaya,...
Cashmere 

Cashmere

€2,50 – €4,50
Alpha Acid: 8.2% Purpose: Bitterness and Aroma Country of origin: USA Cashmere is a dual purpose hop. Cashmere has a complex and intense fruity aroma with strong notes of lemon,...
Talus 

Talus

€2,70 – €5,00
Alpha Acid: 9.3% Purpose: For aroma Country of origin: USA "Talus" is an aromatic hop that is usually used only at the end of cooking, including dry hopping. Formerly called...
Comet 

Comet

€2,00 – €3,50
Alpha Acid: % Purpose: Bitterness and Aroma Country of origin: USA Comet is a dual purpose hop. Comet hops have a subtle aroma of wild American herbs and grapefruit. Harvest:...
Centennial 

Centennial

€2,40 – €4,80
Alpha Acid: 10.9% Purpose: Bitterness and Aroma Country of origin: USA Centennial is a dual purpose hop. Centennial hops are very similar to Cascade hops, with pine, citrus and floral...
Marynka

Marynka

€1,10 – €6,00
Alpha Acid: 9.4% Purpose: For bittering and flavoring Country of origin: Poland Marynka hops are one of the most widely grown hops in Poland, in the Lublin region. Marynka hops...
Columbus

Columbus

€1,50 – €10,00
Alpha Acid: 16.3% Purpose: For bittering and aroma Country of origin: USA Columbus has a bright hop flavor, deep aroma and restrained citrus notes - perfect for dual use. Columbus...
Huell Melon 

Huell Melon

€1,50 – €2,60
Alpha Acid: 9.3% Purpose: For aroma Country of origin: Germany "Hüll Melon" debuted on the market in 2012. It is a daughter variety of Cascade (USA) with interesting flavor characteristics...
Hersbrucker 

Hersbrucker

€1,35 – €2,50
Alpha Acid: 3.4% Purpose: For bittering and aroma Country of origin: Germany Low in alpha acids and low in cohumulone, the aroma is pleasant, balanced, fruity, spicy and floral. This...
Styrian Golding

Styrian Golding

€1,20 – €7,50
Alpha Acid: 2.3% Purpose: For aroma Country of origin: Slovenia Styrian Golding is a great aromatic hop with a woody and earthy flavor that is perhaps considered a bit more...
Mandarina Bavaria

Mandarin Bavaria

€1,40 – €7,30
Alpha Acid: 7.3% Purpose: For bittering and aroma Country of origin: Germany A hybrid of Cascade (USA), Hallertau Blanc and Hüll Melon, Mandarina Bavaria originated in Hüll, Germany, and in...
VicSecret

Vic Secret

€2,50 – €4,60
Alpha Acid: 18.5% Purpose: For bittering and aroma Country of origin: Australia Vic Secret features elements of tropical fruits, herbs and pine with clean notes of pineapple and passion fruit....
Idaho 7 

Idaho 7

€2,20 – €4,20
Alpha Acid: 14.7% Purpose: For aroma Country of origin: USA Idaho 7 is an aromatic hop that is usually used only at the end of the boil, including dry hopping....
Motueka 

Motueka

€2,70 – €15,00
Alpha Acid: 4.3% Purpose: For bittering and aroma Country of origin: New Zealand Motueka, called Belgian Saaz or B Saaz, is New Zealand's main hop. Derived from Saaz and an...
Pacifica 

Pacifica

€2,40 – €3,90
Alpha Acid: 6% Purpose: For aroma Country of origin: New Zealand Pacifica is best known for its aromatic properties. It is moderately low in cohumulone and higher in carophyllene, which...
Nelson Sauvin

Nelson Sauvin

€3,00 – €5,50
Alpha Acid: 9.4% Purpose: For bittering and aroma Country of origin: New Zealand The name "Nelson Sauvin" comes from the Sauvignon Blanc wine grape, which many agree has similar taste...
Sabro 

Sabro

€2,80 – €5,00
Alpha Acid: % Purpose: For aroma Country of origin: USA Sabro is an aromatic hop that is usually only used at the end of cooking, including dry hopping. Sabro hops...
Citra 

Citra

€2,25 – €13,95
Alpha Acid: 12.8% Purpose: For bittering and aroma Country of origin: USA Citra, as the name suggests, has strong citrus notes. This is mainly due to the very high content...
Cascade 

Cascade

€1,50 – €9,90
Alpha Acid: 9.5% Purpose: For bittering and aroma Country of origin: USA Cascade emits a bright spicy citrus aroma with hints of grapefruit. Good for any ale and lager, but...
Perle

Perle

€1,50 – €2,60
Alpha Acid: 6.2% Purpose: For bittering and aroma Country of origin: Germany Some European breweries claim that Perle is very similar to Hallertau Mittelfrüher and is a good substitute. However,...
Simcoe

Simcoe

€2,30 – €14,50
Alpha Acid: 12.8% Purpose: For bittering and aroma Country of origin: USA in 2000 The American variety "Simcoe®" released to the world by "Yakima Chief Ranches" has become extremely popular...
Hops are one of the four components of beer. It is a climbing plant whose cones contain alpha acids and aromatic oils that give beer its bitterness, taste and aroma. Hops also have antibacterial and preservative properties, so without them, beer would not only lose its identity, but also would not be able to maintain its properties for a longer period of time. The preservative effect of hops was noticed quite a long time ago, so the beer exported by ships was made with a significantly higher amount of hops, so that it would not spoil during the journey. By the way, this is how IPA (Indian Pale Ale), which is now a very popular type of beer, appeared, which turned out to be very bitter due to the large amount of hops used for preservation.
Currently, there are many types of hops in the world. Aroma and bitterness also depend on the type of hops. Some hops are bitter, others are aromatic, so when choosing their type, you should find out what characteristics to choose them for. 
How to store hops? 
Hops that are not stored properly lose their aromatic properties very quickly and then their bitter properties, so it is necessary to store them properly. The three factors that most affect the quality of hops are sunlight, weather and heat. The more you avoid these factors, the longer the hops will retain their properties. 
Why is the price of hops different?
The price depends on the region in which they are grown, what special properties they have and the demand for the type of hop. Every year, statistical data is compiled on which hops were the most popular that year, so you can get a general picture of what is used most often. 
Our store-bought hops retain their best properties because they are vacuum-sealed and stored in a refrigerator away from sunlight.