Hop Pellets

 

Hop pellets are used in beers all around the world. They give each beer a unique flavour from a hops bitterness and aroma.

T90 Hop Pellets:

(standard pellets) T90 pellets are a kettle-added hop product providing bitterness and hop aroma.
They have virtually the same composition as leaf hops and provide a slightly improved utilization, more
homogeneity, better storage stability and reduced transport/ storage costs compared to raw hops

T45 Hop Pellets:

T45 pellets are a kettle-added hop product providing bitterness and hop aroma.
In Type 45 Pellets the hop bitter acids and essential oils are concentrated by the removal of some of the non-essential plant material during processing.
Type 45 Pellets provide improved utilization, more homogeneity, better storage stability and significantly reduced transport/storage costs compared to raw hops

Isomerised Hop Pellets:

ISO Pellets offer major improvements in utilization due to the pre-isomerization of a-acids during processing. They demonstrate excellent storage characteristics. Iso-Pellets can replace existing conventional, alpha and aroma hop products without any changes in the beer quality. They provide opportunities for considerable savings in
hop costs.

Hop Pellet Varieties we supply

Variety

Origin

Type

Description

Spec Sheet

Pride of Ringwood

Australia

Dual

Originated in Ringwood Victoria. First used in 1965 when it was the highest alpha acid hop in the world. Mainly a bittering hop with a distinctive profile.

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Super Prides

Australia

Dual

High alpha acid content & pleasant hop aroma

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Clusters

Australia

Aroma

Unique Australian flavour, sharp characteristic

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Hallertau / Hallertau

Hallertau

Aroma

Old traditional, fine aroma hop

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Hallertau / Hersbrucker

Hallertau

Aroma

Good hoppy aroma, low Co-humulone

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Northern Brewer

Hallertau

Dual

Developed in England, grown in Europe and America as a dual purpose hop. Mainly used in bittering in combination with other hops

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Saphir

Hallertau

Aroma

Harmonic bitterness, medium intensity, defined fruity and flowery characteristics

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Spalter Select

Hallertau

Aroma

Fruity hoppy aroma, medium intensity bitterness

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Perle

Hallertau

Dual

German hop with floral, spicy aroma

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Saaz

Czech Republic

Aroma

Noble hop with a soft aroma and bitterness

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Bobek (Styrian Goldings)

Slovenia

Aroma

Slovenian variant of fuggles. Used in English ales & Belgian strong ales

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Magnum

Hallertau

Bittering

Excellent bittering quality with acceptable aromatic qualities

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Tettnanger

Tettnang

Aroma

Used in European pale lagers. Soft bitterness

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Cascade

USA

Dual

Very versatile hop that presents itself as citrusy & flowery

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Centennial

USA

Dual

Similar to cascade but higher alpha

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Mt.Hood

USA

Aroma

Properties are similar to Hallertau varieties. Used in styles that require only a subtle hop aroma

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US Goldings

USA

Aroma

Mild, extremely pleasant

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Vanguard

USA

Aroma

New aroma hop with low co-humulone bred from Hallertau

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Willamette

USA

Dual

Mild aroma hop, with a herbal gentle fruity flavour

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Fuggles

UK

Dual

An English hop that has a juicier more woody flavour

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E.K.Goldings

UK

Aroma

Traditional English aroma hop reserved for pale ales

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Challenger

UK

Dual

This is an English hop with fresh pine notes

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