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Characteristics: Citrus, flowery Alpha Acid: 8% to 9%  Substitutions - Cascade & Centennial

Bestmalz Carapils


Carapils optimises the froth properties & full- body beer. The grain is malted, sugared and gently roasted. This process then produces a caramel aroma. 3 – 7°EBC

Briess 2 Row


A fuller and nuttier taste grain, lends depth and character to British ales or to American Amber Ales, Porters, and more. 7.7° EBC

Briess Flaked Corn


Corn Flakes grain is used in spirit distilling and making dry crisp beers.   Using Yellow Corn Flakes as an adjunct produces a lower colour in the finished beer without lowering the original gravity. Yellow Corn Flakes produce a beer with a mild, less malty flavour. Yellow Corn Flakes produce a drier, more crisp beer.

Hops - Admiral UK


Characteristics: Used for it's bittering potential Alpha Acid: 13.5 - 16.0%  Substitutions - UK Target, UK Northdown & UK Challenger    

Hops - Cascade (AUS)


Characteristics: Pleasant, flowery, spicy, and citrusy. Can have a grapefruitflavor. Alpha Acid: 4.5% to 7%  Substitutions - Centennial, Amarillo, possibly Columbus

Hops - Centennial


Characteristics: Medium with floral and citrus tones Alpha Acid: 8% to 11.5%  Substitutions - Cascade & possibly Columbus

Hops - Chinook


Characteristics: Mild to medium-heavy, spicy, piney, and grapefruity Alpha Acid: 10% to 14%  Substitutions - Nugget, Columbus, Northern Brewer & U.K. Target

Hops - Citra


Characteristics: Very fruity Citrus, peach, apricot, passion fruit, grapefruit, lime,melon, gooseberry, lychee fruit, pineapple, mango, papaya and other tropical fruit flavors and aromas. Alpha Acid: 11% to 13%  Substitutions - Simcoe, or any other C Hops

Hops - Cluster


Characteristics: Medium and quite spicy. Alpha Acid: 5.5% to 8.5% Substitutions - Galena

Hops - Columbus


Characteristics: Pleasant, with pungent aroma Alpha Acid: 11% to 16% Substitutions - Nugget, Chinook, U.K. Target & Northern Brewer

Hops - East Kent Goldings


Characteristics: Goldings are a group of hops whose cultivation originated in England from the wild hop variety Canterbury Whitebine. East Kent Golding hops are named such because they are grown in East Kent, while Kent Goldings are grown in mid-Kent, and Goldings are grown elsewhere around England. (Note: Styrian Goldings are bred from Fuggle hops and are not related to the English Goldings) Alpha Acid: 4% to 6%  Substitutions...

Hops - Ella


Characteristics: Previously known as Stella, has Tropical flavors, grapefruit, star anise Alpha Acid: 13.3% to 16.3%  Substitutions - None

Hops - Fuggles UK


Characteristics: Mild, pleasant, hoppy, and robust Alpha Acid: 4% to 5.5% Substitutions - U.S. Fuggle, Willamette & Styrian Golding

Hops - Galaxy


Characteristics: Tropical passion fruit, citrus hints of peach, mango.Similar to Citra but more fruity, less dank Alpha Acid: 13% to 15% Substitutions - Citra, Amarillo & Centennial

Hops - Hallertaue Tradition (Ger.)


Characteristics: Known for its aromatic properties. A replacement for HallertauerMittelfrüh. Alpha Acid: 3.5% to 5.5% Substitutions - Crystal, Liberty & maybe Mt Hood

Hops - Herkules


Characteristics: Spicy, floral and hop notes with hints of pine, black pepper andmelon Alpha Acid: 12% to 17% Substitutions - 

Hops - Magnum


Characteristics: Known for bittering value and quality Alpha Acid: 13% to 15% Substitutions - Northern Brewer

Hops - Mosaic


Characteristics: A complex array of tropical fruit, citrus, berry, herbal, earthy andpine characteristics Alpha Acid: 11.5% to 13.5% Substitutions - 

Hops - Northern Brewer


Characteristics: A dual purpose with unique woody, minty notes. This is the signature hop of California Commons.Northern Brewer hops are used in the brewing of ESB, bitter, English pale ale, porters, and California (steam) beer. Alpha Acid: 8% to 10%  Substitutions - None

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