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Hop Pellets

Hop pellets look like rabbit food, small but nicely formed pellets of whole hops

They are packed in resealable bags so you can just use a few. They tend to break up to nothing in the boil so you get a really good extraction of flavour and bitterness but it creates it's own problems with filtering the hops out.

 

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Amarillo Hop Pellets Alpha 8.8%

Sealed in nitrogen flushed bags for freshness. Bags can be resealed with the ziploc fastening.

Cascade Hop Pellets Alpha Acid 6.6%

Another of the flowers spice and citrus favourites, for those big citrus notes

Chinook Hop Pellets Alpha Acid 11.1% 100g

Gorgeously pine, with spice and grapefruit

Citra Hop Pellets Alpha Acid 12.5%

Lovely Citrusy hops - lime and tropical fruit flavours

Columbus Hop Pellets Alpha Acid 17.5% 100g

Pungently citrus and intense on the bitters. One of the four Cs! Citra, chinook , columbus and centennial. Very high alpha acid, so be careful in large amounts. The bitterness can be strong!

Hersbrucker/Hallertauer Hop Pellets Alpha Acid 3-5% 100g

Mild pleasant hop, slightly hay loft, typical lager hop.

Pacific Gem Hop Pellets Alpha Acid 13-15% 100g

New Zealand hop variety, proving very popular over here as well.

HIgh alpha acid but not too intense, almost a hint of balckberry. A perfect bittering hop as it  gives the bitterness without the pungency

Pacific Jade Hop Pellets Alpha Acid 12-14% 100g

There are two main New Zealand hops. Jade is used in the very popular Black Rock beer kits.

Soft and citrusy but with plenty of bitterness.

Another very succesful hop for aroma and bitterness

Summit Hop Pellets Alpha Acid17-19% 100g

Used as a bittering hop in American style beers, good in barley wines and IPA as well.

High Alpha acid adds an intensity of bitterness missing in some hops