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Styrian Golding (Pre-order)

£10.95

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Styrian Golding is from Fuggle parentage, developed in Slovenia and grown in that region and Austria.

Early Bird (E.K.G) (Pre-order)

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Early Bird is an early flowering variety, considered one of England’s premier aroma hops and favoured for producing traditional English bitters.

Northern Brewer (Pre-order)

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Northern Brewer is an English hop variety, developed in 1934 from a cross between a Canterbury Golding female plant and the male Brewer’s Gold plant OB21.

Calais Golding (E.K.G) (Pre-order)

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Calais Golding is a true Golding variety, almost identical to Early Bird with light but spicy flavouring and sweet aroma, but heavier yielding & early maturing.

Phoenix (Pre-order)

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Phoenix is an early flowering English hop variety. It was first grown at Wye College in England in an effort to find a more disease resistant replacement for Challenger hops and was selected as a seedling of Yeoman.

Record (Pre-order)

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Record hop plant is a Belgian aroma hop, grown both in Germany and Belgium, a cross between Saaz and Northern Brewer. It has a fruity mild aroma.

Bullion (Pre-order)

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Bullion is an English hop variety developed in Wye College and released in 1938.

Liberty (Pre-order)

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Liberty was developed in the USA in the 1980s from a Hallertau Mittelfruh.

Early Choice (Pre-order)

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Early Choice hop plant was bred by Professor Salmon of Wye College in 1927 using an open pollinated hop with a Bramling Golding.

Progress (Pre-order)

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Progress is an English hop variety developed in the 1960’s at Wye as a replacement to Fuggles. Similar to Fuggles however it has a degree of wilt tolerance.

Yeoman (Pre-order)

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Yeoman is an English hop variety developed at Wye in the 1970s. This high alpha hop is no longer in commercial production but has the honour of parenting Phoenix and hop varieties in Australia and the US.

Mount Hood (Pre-order)

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Mount Hood is an American cultivar stemming from Hallertau Mittelfrüh

Zenith (Pre-order)

£10.95

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Zenith is an English hop variety, created at Wye College in the 1970s. It is a dual purpose hop having good acids and strong aroma.

Tettnanger (Pre-order)

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Tettnanger is a foreign hop variety which comes from the Tettnang region of Germany. It is a dual purpose hop also grown in Switzerland, the USA and Australia.

Willamette (Pre-order)

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Willamette is a foreign hop variety from the USA which was developed in Oregon with a parentage that includes Fuggle.

Whitbread Golding Variety (W.G.V) (Pre-order)

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Whitbread Golding Variety (W.G.V) was bred by Edward Albert White of Yalding, Kent, England in 1911 from open pollination of Bate’s Brewer. It acquired its name after the Whitbread Brewing Company bought the farms when Mr White retired in 1920.

Fuggle (Pre-order)

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Fuggle hop plants were developed by the Reverend Richard Fuggles in 1856 and is one of the oldest available varieties.