Hops, glorious hops. Where would we be without these flavorful little cons of awesomeness? In this article we try to collect all of the different hop profile articles we have written and put them in one place for an easy resource for homebrewers.
A super tasty Rye Pale Ale recipe that I just can't get enough of right now. Last two parties I made it for, it was the first beer to kick. Check out the recipe and let me know what you think. What would you change? Have you brewed it? How did you like it?
Hallertau is about as recognizable as any, and its noble characteristic of high aromatic qualities, and an Alpha Acid rating of 3.5%-5.5%) makes it a prime candidate for late additions and dry hopping.
Vic Secret is the next big thing out of Australia. This hop brings a clean fruit and pine flavor and is best used in dry-hopping and whirlpooling. Vic Secret's high level of alpha acid (14%-17%) makes dry-hopping the best way to attain ideal flavor. Read more to read our full hop profile of Vic Secret.
Hop lovers unite! Nelson Sauvin is in the house and with spring in full swing, this aromatic, wine-y hop will inspire some incredible light, fruity and drinkable beers. Keep reading to find out more about this tasty hop and how best to use it.
If you're any kind of pale ale drinker, you know Mosaic hops well. The hop darling of the last five years, it is widely used in Northeast style IPAs and fits in beautifully with the current trend of juicy, clean hop flavor. Read more about this hop in our full hop profile.