Register your beers for the April round of the Brewster’s Cup. There is a $5 entry fee and beers can be dropped off at BrewTensils starting March 15th. The deadline for registration and drop off is March 31st.
Registration is currently closed for the April Brewster’s Cup. Thank you to all who submitted entries
Ever thought about growing your own hops. It’s easy and with a little amount of work you will end up with more hops than you can use. All rhizomes are $4.00 per start, here are the varieties available.
Brewers Gold It also imparts a fruity yet spicy aroma as well as having a black currant characteristic. 8-10%
Flowers, citrus and spice with grapefruit imparts a noticeable fragrance quite often. Very popular hop among craft brewers.
Flowers & citrus most evident. A medium aroma with mid to high bittering value makes it a dual purpose choice.
A pine forest washed with exotic spice and infused with grapefruit. This alluring aroma and a high bittering value has gained this hop full respect from craft & major brewers.
Classic English aroma hop with moderate bittering value. Pleasant wood and fruit tones will have you heading off to the hunt.
|Clean, crisp bitterness. Possible grape & peach aromas as well as grassy, woody notes.
The refined older English gentleman with his flowery tones that have produced some of England’s best bitters.
Hybrid of Hallertau with similar mild flower/spice aroma characteristics with a hint more of the forest. “Clean” commonly describes it.
A plucky American filly found herself an affable English suitor and the happy union was this well-adapted hop with its neutral, clean aroma. Used in California Common style. Dual purpose.
Strong herbal/slight spice aroma and high bittering value (along with desirable growing traits) has brought this hop variety to the forefront of the industry.
Fine, Rustic, Earthy, Spicy. Similar to Saaz.
The king of aroma hops in the U.S. with its modest bittering value and the joyous harmony of flowers, fruit, earth and spice.
|Zeus||Pungent aromatic high-alpha hop. Similar, if not identical, to Columbus/Tomahawk.||14-16|