Silas Allen brought this cluster hop with him to Allenville in the 1850s from New York, making it one of the oldest known hops in Wisconsin! This hop has lemon and pine notes, and is good for ales and lagers. It also has great bittering values. This hop cannot be found anywhere else!
Also known as Saaz, this hop has a unique blend of earth and spice notes. It also has some peppery tastes. This hop goes well in classic pilsners, lagers, wheat and Belgian style ales. It pairs well with magnum hops.
This hop is a dual purpose bittering and flavoring hop with a heavy aroma. It has characteristics of spicy, pine-resin, and some grapefruit notes. This hop has been used in pale ales, lagers, IPAs, steam beers, and heavy-bodies dark beers.
Also known as Hallertau, this German noble hop is known for its aroma and low bittering values. Hallertau is used in many purists classic beer recipes. This hop goes well in pilsners, bocks, lagers, and wheat beers.