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  1. Hop Pellets Admiral 100grm

    Hop Pellets Admiral 100grm

    £3.99

    Admiral (UK) - Alpha Acid 13.0 - 16.0%

    Very high alpha acid content and a mild flavour make Admiral the bittering hop of choice for many brewers. Best in conjunction with more flavourful finishing hops.

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  2. Hop Pellets Pilgrims 100grm

    Hop Pellets Pilgrims 100grm

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    Pilgrim (UK) - Alpha Acid 11.0 - 12.5%

    Only developed by Wye College in 2000, Pilgrim has already proved popular as an alternative to the more traditional high-alpha hops such as Northdown and Northern Brewer.  It is a true dual purpose hop as, besides its high bittering power, Pilgrim possesses excellent aromatic properties.

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  3. Hop Pellets Challenger 100grm

    Hop Pellets Challenger 100grm

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    Challenger (UK) - Alpha Acid 5.0 - 9.0%

    Originally developed as a Goldings replacement, Challenger is a very versatile variety. Many brewers have found that excellent beers can be brewed from Challenger alone. It has fine bittering properties and a respectable aroma. More commonly, though, it is combined with a dedicated aroma variety. Challenger is gradually commanding less and less acreage these days as it gives way to more disease resistant varieties, such as the dwarf Pioneer.

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  4. Hop Pellets Mosaic 100grm

    Hop Pellets Mosaic 100grm

    £8.99

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    Mosaic Hops Usage: Bittering, flavor and aroma. Learn More
  5. Lalvin EC-1118 Yeast (Champange / Mead)

    Lalvin EC-1118 Yeast (Champange / Mead)

    £1.55

    The fermentation characteristics of the EC-1118 — extremely low production of foam, volatile acid and hydrogen sulfide (H2S) — make this strain an excellent choice. This strain ferments well over a very wide temperature range, from 10° to 30°C (50° to 86°F) and demonstrates high osmotic and alcohol tolerance. Good flocculation with compact lees and a relatively neutral flavor and aroma contribution are also properties of the EC-1118. Learn More
  6. Hop Pellets Willamette 100grm

    Hop Pellets Willamette 100grm

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    Willamette (USA) - Alpha Acid 4.0 - 6.0%

    Although originally bred from the Fuggle, Willamette is now regarded as an aroma variety in it's own right. It's blackcurrant/herbal aroma is quite distinctive and can be used to great affect in all ale styles.

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  7. Hop Pellets Amarillo 100grm

    Hop Pellets Amarillo 100grm

    £8.99

    Amarillo (USA)  Alpha Acid  8.0 - 10.0%

    Exceptional quality hop with an orange-citrus flavour. Use sparingly for flavouring as the orange flavour can dominate. Superb for late/dry hopping.

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  8. Hop Pellets Cascade 100grm

    Hop Pellets Cascade 100grm

    £8.50

    Cascade (USA) - Alpha Acid 5.0 - 7.0%

    Due to the somewhat abnormal levels of some of the essential oils, Cascade has an aroma which is all its own. It is very popular among the new breed of American microbrewers and the Cascade 'nose' is immediately evident in their beers.This variety is now being introduced into some English micro brewed beers with good effect.

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  9. WGV Vacuum Packed Leaf Hops 100grm

    WGV Vacuum Packed Leaf Hops 100grm

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    W.G.V. - Whitbread Golding Variety (UK) - Alpha Acid 5.0 - 8.0%

    Originally bred by Whitbread's Brewery, this variety displays both Goldings and Fuggles characteristics. Although very fine ales can be made using WGV exclusively, they are usually used in combination with other varieties. Learn More

  10. Target Vacuum Packed Leaf Hops 100grm

    Target Vacuum Packed Leaf Hops 100grm

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    Target (UK) - Alpha Acid 10.5 - 11.5%

    Target is by far the most widely grown variety in Britain due to its heavy cropping, excellent resistance to disease and high alpha acid content. It now takes up almost a third of the total acreage although this is sure to decrease as the new dwarf varieties become more popular. Although recognised by some brewers as an aroma hop, Target is at its best in the copper for the production of beers with a low bitterness. Commercially, Target is used extensively in keg beers for economical reasons. Its powerful flavour would be overwhelming in more assertive brews. Used with discretion in combination with fine aroma hops, however, excellent Bitters and Pale Ales can be produced. Learn More

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