IN STORE PICKUP INSTRUCTIONS
***If you will be picking your rhizomes up in person at our retail location, be sure to use the code 'pickup
' upon checkout to avoid shipping charges***Rhizome Descriptions
Cascade: 4.5-7.0% alpha. Grows well in all climates. Susceptible to aphid.
Centennial: 9.5-11.5% alpha. Grows well in all climates. Susceptible to downy mildew.
Chinook: 11.0-13.0% alpha. Grows well in dry, hot climates. Does not grow well in moist climates. Subject to spider mite. Great ornamental hop.
Columbus: 14.5-15.5% alpha. Grows well in dry hot climates. Vigorous but susceptible to mildew diseases.
Glacier: 5.0-6.0% alpha. Grows well in all climates.
Golding: 4.0-5.0% alpha. Grows well in mild, moist climates, does ok in hot climates.
Mt. Hood: 4.5% alpha. Hybrid of Hallertau. Grows well in all climates.
Northern Brewer: 8.0-10.0% alpha. Adequate in temperature climates, but has difficulty growing when under heat stress. Susceptible to downy mildew.
Nugget: 12.0-14.0% alpha. Grows well in all climates.
Sterling: 6.0-8.0% alpha. Hybrid of Saaz. Grows well in all climates.
Tettnang: 4.0-5.0% alpha. Grows well in a moderate climate, suffers a little in hot climates.
Willamette: 4.0-6.0% alpha. Grows well in all climates.
New Mexico Rhizome Varieties
Amallia: Has an earthy smell. Great for brown style beer or darker style ales. Estimated alpha is 5.0-5.9% with a beta of 4.2-8.3%.
Neo1: Has a super lemon aspect and is citrus. Lots of a lighter style aroma and bitterness. Estimated alpha is 7.0-9.0% with a beta of 3.0-3.3%.
Both of these New Mexico hops are vibrant growers and like full sun.