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UK Hops
Aroma Profile

Citrus, Orange, Resinous, Zesty

Alpha Acid

13-16%

Description

The 'Admiral' is a hop that certainly lives up to its name. Bold, strong and in command with alpha acids…

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Malts
Suitable for

Ales, IPA, Pale Ale, Extra Pale Ale, DIPA, NEIPA, Stout, Porter

Description

Pauls extra pale ale malt is 100% British malting barley perfect for those bright blonde beer styles.

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US Hops - NL Warehouse
Aroma Profile

Peach, Citrus, Orange, Floral

Alpha Acid

8-11%

Description

Amarillo is a sought-after hop variety currently only grown in the Pacific North-West of the USA and Germany. It has…

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US Yakima Chief
Aroma Profile

Peach, Citrus, Orange, Floral

Alpha Acid

8-11%

Description

Amarillo is a sought-after hop variety currently only grown in the Pacific North-West of the USA and Germany. It has…

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US Hops
Aroma Profile

Mango, Papaya, Orange, Grapefruit, Pineapple

Alpha Acid

14-16%

Description

A great dual purpose hop packed full of citrus aromas and flavours with hints of pine and spice too.

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US Yakima Chief
Aroma Profile

Orange, Mango, Pine, Spicy

Alpha Acid

14-16%

Description

Azacca, named for the Haitian Loa (or spirit) of agriculture, was launched in 2013 and is a dual purpose hop…

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US Hops - NL Warehouse
Aroma Profile

Orange, Mango, Pine, Spicy

Alpha Acid

14-16%

Description

Azacca, named for the Haitian Loa (or spirit) of agriculture, was launched in 2013 and is a dual purpose hop…

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Malts
Suitable for

Ales, Porters, Stouts

Description

Identical in flavour with high end chocolate malt, but higher in colour.

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UK Hops
Aroma Profile

Loganberry, Blackcurrant, Vanilla, Lemon

Alpha Acid

5-8%

Description

Bramling Cross is a rare breed of hop, first harvested at Wye College in 1927. It has quite a distinctive…

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UK Hops - NL Warehouse
Aroma Profile

Loganberry, Blackcurrant, Vanilla, Lemon

Alpha Acid

5-8%

Description

Bramling Cross is a rare breed of hop, first harvested at Wye College in 1927. It has quite a distinctive…

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