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Beer Hops

Beer hops are used for flavoring and a stability agent which results in usually a bitter, tangy flavor. Most people know hops as what puts the "bitter" taste into beer. Hops are cone-shaped brachts grown on vines and contain bitter acides called lupulins. They add both bitterness and aroma to the beer as well as act as a preservative.

Hop Pellets Hop Supplies Leaf Hops
Hop Pellets - Imported and domestic pellet hops are the most commonly used hop form for homebrewers and microbrewers.
Hop Supplies to assist you in your brewing
Leaf Hops - Leaf hops are not actually the leafs of the hop plant, but rather simply the rawest form of hops available to homebrewers. Leaf hop are the whole cone or flower.

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Bramling Cross Hop Pellets Challenger Hop Pellets 1 oz Kent Golding Hop Pellets, 1 oz
Fuggle Hop Pellets 1 oz Hallertau Mittelfrau Hop Pellets Magnum (German) Hop Pellets, 1 oz
Northern Brewer Hop Pellets 1 oz Perle (German) Hop Pellets Spaltz Hop Pellets 1 oz
Saaz Hop Pellets 1 oz Styrian Golding Hop Pellets Tettnang Hop Pellets 1 oz
Cascade Hop Pellets 1 oz Centennial Hop Pellets 1 oz Chinook Hop Pellets 1 oz
Citra Hop Pellets 1 oz Cluster (US) Hop Pellets Columbus  Hop Pellets 1 oz
Galena (US) Hop Pellets Liberty Hop Pellets 1 oz Mount Hood Hop Pellets 1 oz
Nugget Pellet Hops Willamette Hop Pellets, 1 oz Muslin Bag small
Muslin Bag Large homegrown hops Hop Lover's Guide
Hallertau Hop Leaf, 1 oz Fuggle hop Leaf, 1 oz Saphir Hop Pellet, 1 oz