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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

ExtraMalt Dried Light


Extramalt® dry malt extract  is made from natural, vacuum-dried, liquid barley malt. It is GMO free origin product  MADE  from EUROPEAN malted BARLEY Guaranteed according to EU-Regulatives and Swiss Food legislation.   Thanks to the lower temperatures associated with vacuum drying, the heat-sensitive constituents are largely retained. It is more stable than liquid malt extract, making it an indispensable brewing ingredient...

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 - African Queen


The aroma profile includes dank, blueberries, stone fruit, blackcurrants, gooseberries, bubblegum, lemongrass, and chillies.

Hops - Azacca


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

Hops - Calypso


Crisp, fruity aroma, having the flavourings of Apples, pears, stone fruit and lime citrus

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


Dual purpose - thanks to its high alpha content and moderate cohumulone, Chinook delivers potent, smooth bitterness but also contributes specific pine notes highly desirable in an IPA dry hop. Strong notes of grapefruit define this hop. Pungent suggestions of mountain pine and resin (especially as a dry hop) with citrus and fragrant dried herb in the background. The aroma profile...

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 - Eukanot


The hop formerly known as Equinox, Ekuanot™ took the beer world by storm upon its release in 2014, with a high oil content furnishing funky tropical notes like lime, papaya, mango, and fresh peppers. Great for all beer styles but definitely featured in IPAs, NEIPAs and other hop forward beers. Usage: Aroma Type: Pellets Flavour:lemon, lime, pithy orange, tropical fruit, berry, papaya...

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 - Great 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

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 - Hort 9904


Dual Purpose. HORT9904 leans towards being a dual-purpose hop variety in single hopped recipes. Shines in new world style pilsners and lagers. Solid, clean bitterness, and in very late and dry hopping gives crisp mineral noble hop characteristic with citrus lime to hold a sweetness. Sensory: Strong forward citrus character of lemon and lime with sweet hay and spices in...

Hops - Magnum


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

Hops - Mandarina Bavaria


Mandarina Bavaria has a fruity and citrus-heavy profile. The sweet fruity character can bring notes of gooseberry, strawberry, and blackcurrant. Citrus elements can be quite intense with strong lemon, pineapple, lime, and tangerine.

Hops - Mosaic


Characteristics: Mosaic hops offer a unique and complex blend of floral, tropical, fruity, and earthy characteristics that translate very favorably into several styles of beer.   Alpha Acid: 11.5% to 13.5%

Hops - NZ Green Bullet T90


Description: A high-alpha hop bred from open cross-pollination of Smoothcone, Green Bullet was first released in 1972. As with many New Zealand varieties, it possesses a level of aromatic oils unusual for high-alpha varieties bred in this era. While Green Bullet was originally bred for bittering power, its pleasingly mellow and resinous oil profile lends itself well to late additions in...

Hops - NZ Nelson Sauvin™ T90


Description: A variety named for the Sauvignon Blanc grape, with which it shares some aroma characteristics. Nelson Sauvin™ was developed at Plant and Foods Research and released in 2000. High enough alpha acid content to make it truly dual-purpose, but best known for its distinct gooseberry, white wine-like aroma. Nelson Sauvin’s lush tropical fruit character and low cohumulone levels have made it...

Hops - NZ Wakatu™ T90


Aroma - with a pronounced earthy-sweet floral Hallertau character underscored by tropical fruit notes, Wakatu is a standout for any lager style, wheat, or pale hybrid beers. It makes a good supporting hop in blends for hoppy American ales. Moderately intense. Fresh lime zest and citrus oils with a definite Mittelfrüh-style sweetness: clover, hay, honey, and blossoms.

Hops - Perle (German)


Characteristics: Moderately intense, good and hoppy, fruity and a little spicy. Alpha Acid: 6% to 8.5% Substitutions - U.S. Perle & Northern Brewer

Hops - Pride of Ringwood (AUS)


Characteristics: Quite pronounced, woody, earthy, herbal Alpha Acid: 7% to 10% Substitutions - Galena, Cluster

Hops - Saaz


Characteristics: Saaz is one of the four original Noble hops and has a distinctive and classic aroma. Known for its prominent use in Stella Artois and countless Bohemian Lagers and Pilsners. Its warm, herbal character stems from a high level of farnesene while its other oils are in fair balance. Alpha Acid: 2.5% to 4.5%  Substitutions - Centennial & Amarillo 

Hops - Sabro


It imparts distinct tangerine, coconut, tropical fruit, and stone fruit aromas with hints of cedar, mint, and cream.

Hops - Simcoe


Characteristics: Unique passionfruit, pine, earth and citrus characteristics Alpha Acid: 12% to 14% Substitutions - Magnum, Summit

Hops - Sorachi Ace


Sorachi Ace is considered excellent in several beer styles, particularly those desiring a distinct lemon citrus flavor. Some brewers have even reported flavors of orange, cilantro, dill and oak.

Hops - Southern Star


The aroma profile includes tangerine, blueberries, pine, tropical fruit, pineapple, watermelon and is pungent and spicy. Works well with all hop-forward beers especially modern IPAs and as a bittering hop for clean bitterness.

Hops - Strata


Strata Hops is described as “Passion fruit meets pot.” It brings layered notes of tropical fruit including mango, passionfruit, melon, fresh berry/strawberry and some citrus in the form of grapefruit. Along with this comes a dank herbal note of drifting cannabis. It also has less of the diesel/catty bite other hops with the same funky dankness carry.

Hops - Target


Target UK Hops has excellent intense aromas of sage, citrus and a spicy undertone in flavour. Target is a robust hop with an excellent intense aroma, well regarded as an aroma hop for late hopping or dry hopping and used effectively as a bittering hop too.

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