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Hop Buy

PostPosted: Sun Dec 21, 2008 2:50 pm
by Imakewort
I am looking at buying more hops for the styles I plan on brewing for competition this summer, I would like to buy from Hop direct and the minimum they sell is 1 pound, here are the types I plan on buying

Hallertau (GR) Pellet Hops $22.00 LB
a/a 3.0-4.0%

Cascade Pellet Hops $31.00 LB
a/a 5.0 - 8.2

Fuggle (UK) Pellet Hops $22.50 LB
a/a 5.2%

I would like to buy some Magnum if I can find enough people to go in on a pound
Magnum (US) Pellets $24.00
a/a 12-13.5%
[/url]http://www.hopsdirect.com/hops/pellethops.html[url]

PostPosted: Sun Dec 21, 2008 4:55 pm
by aleguy
I might be interested in going in on some hops, but it will have to wait until January. I know I could use some Magnum. You can never have too much Cascade (Leaf and pellet). Strisselspalt? Too bad they don't have Centennial.

PostPosted: Sun Dec 21, 2008 8:19 pm
by Imakewort
found some centennial hops by the pound

Centennial Pellet Hops 1 POUND
Centennial Pellet Hops 1 lb. Aroma hop which has been described as a stronger version of Cascade. As a aroma/flavor hop it can be quite intense due to the high essential oil content. Used in medium to dark American ales. Substitutes: Cascade or Columbus for the citrus character.

Price: $34.95
http://www.midwestsupplies.com/products/ProdBySubCat.aspx?SubCat=11144&fd=1

PostPosted: Sun Dec 21, 2008 8:23 pm
by Imakewort
I also would like to go in on a pound of these I only want a 1/4 lb

Kent Goldings Pellet Hops 1 POUND
Kent Goldings 4.8% alpha acid content. The most common aroma and dryhop among British brewers of Real Ales. Intesely resiny, candy-like, sweet and slightly floral, this hop is so smooth that you almost cannot over-bitter with it. It can give beers a strange sugary sweetness when too much is used as a flavor hop. Substitutes: British Columbian Goldings, Styrian Goldings, Oregon Goldings, or Washington Goldings.

Price: $29.95
http://www.midwestsupplies.com/products/ProdBySubCat.aspx?SubCat=11143&fd=1

PostPosted: Mon Dec 22, 2008 1:26 pm
by zeeboz
I'm interested but I'd have to wait until mid-January.

PostPosted: Tue Jan 06, 2009 1:42 pm
by thebuddrik
If this is still going on I could use some also. Let me know what you guys end up needing to split and I will see if I can help. I would like some Northern Brewer (GR) Pellet Hops if any one would like to half it with me.
a/a% 7.5-10.0

Dual Purpose Hop
Aroma - medium-strong
Typical brewing use - ESB, bitter, English Pale Ale, Porter, Lager, Lambic, Munich Helles
Imported Variety from Germany

PostPosted: Wed Jan 07, 2009 1:45 pm
by aleguy
I could use a 1/4lb.Magnum and 1lb. Centennial pellets.