*Fuggle H - delicate, minty, grassy, slightly floral, 4%-5.5% Alpha Acids, Aroma, 955-1420 lbs/acre, early season

Galena – Fruity, 12 % Alpha Acids, Bittering, 1600-2000 lbs/acre, mid-season maturity

*Glacier - Herbs, wood and citrus, 3.3%-9.7% Alpha Acids, bittering and aroma use, 2140-2320 lbs/acre, mid season

Magnum - Clean bitterness, subtle citrus flavors, 12%-14% Alpha Acids, Bittering, 1200-1520 lbs/acre, late season maturity

*Mt. Ranier – noble Hallertau-like aroma, notes of citrus and licorice, resistance to mildews, 5%-8.1%, dual purpose, mid-season

Newport - Clean bitterness, flavors of wine and balsamic, 13.5%-17% Alpha Acids, Bittering, 1775-2000 lbs/acre, mid to late season maturity

Nugget - Solid bittering, light flavor, herbal aroma, 9.5%-14 Alpha Acid, Dual Purpose, 1520-1900 lbs/acre, mid-season maturity

Saaz – noble, herbal character, Czech variety, aroma, 2.5%-4.5% Alpha Acids, 700-1000 lbs./acre, mid-season maturity

Sorachi Ace -  Lemon, lime and dill aroma developed in Japan in 1984 for Sapporo Breweries, Ltd. 11.5 - 14.5% Alpha Acid, Dual Purpose

Sterling - Spicy, citrus aroma, herbal notes, 4.5%-9% Alpha Acid, Dual Purpose, 1610-1785 lbs/acre, mid-season maturity

Tahoma - Subtle flavors and aromas of lemon citrus, orange, wood and spice, 7.2%-8.2% , Aroma, 1700-1900 lbs/acre

Teamaker - No bitterness whatsoever, can be used for brewing teas, 0.6%-1.8% Alpha Acids, Aroma, mid-season maturity

Triple Pearl - melon, orange, resin, spice and pepper, 10.3 - 11.2% Alpha Acid, Aroma, 1600-1650 lbs/acre,

*Ultra - Mildly spicy aroma and flavor, 3%-5% Alpha Acid, Aroma, 1800-2000 lbs/acre, Late Season Maturity

*Zatecki Cerveni – “Saaz-like,” not much information on this Czech variety, 3-6% Alpha Acid, Aroma

Zeus - Sweet citrus, herbal aromas, 13%-17.5% Alpha Acid, Bittering, 2400-3000 lbs/acre, mid to late season maturity 

Hop Information gathered from Hopslist and USA Hops websites.

Note - Lbs/acre are based on PNW yields and can be used as comparison between varieties in the Midwest

*it’s possible these varieties will be in limited supply this year, since they are newer stock plants for us