Hops

Like a basketball player, all great beers need to have at least some hops. Hops balance the sweetness in your beer from the malt and create a more well-rounded beer. Moonshiners.club carries both pellet hops and leaf hops to ensure whether using them for bittering, adding aroma and flavor, or dry-hopping, you have the hops you need.

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  • Ahtanum Pellet Hops

    Ahtanum Pellet Hops

    $2.29$99.99

    Used for both bittering and aroma, this versatile hop was developed in the American Pacific Northwest. Since Ahtanum can be used both for moderate bittering and a citrusy, floral aroma, it works well in an array of beer styles. It is most commonly used in Pale Ales for that perfect blend of fresh taste and mild bitterness.

    With an alpha acid composition of just 5.7% to 6.3%, Ahtanum hops can also be utilized in Lagers, IPAs, and APAs. Although this hop is easily harvested and generally available, you could also substitute Amarillo or Cascade hops in its place.

    Touches of earthy and piney notes make Ahtanum pellet hops a versatile brewing choice, as well. See the wide range of uses in commercial brews like Sierra Nevada?s Celebration Ale and Dogfish Head?s Blood Orange Hefeweizen.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:
    1oz – 50 / 150
    2oz – 25 / 100
    8oz – 25
    1lb – 15
    5lb – 3

    Click on the specifications tab for product details.
    Storability Average
    Format Pellet
    Origin American
    Flavor and Aroma Citrus, Floral
    Alpha Acids Low
    Use Aroma/Flavor
    Total Oil Content High

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  • Ahtanum Pellet Hops 44 LB..

    Ahtanum Pellet Hops 44 LB..

    $525.00

    US Ahtanum Pellet Hops 44 LB Box, 2014 Crop Year
    Item # HAHT44LB14
    Availability California – 1 In Stock
    Pennsylvania – Out Of Stock
    Weight 47LBS
    Storability Average
    Format Pellet
    Origin American
    Flavor and Aroma Citrus, Floral
    Alpha Acids Low
    Use Aroma/Flavor
    Weight 44 lb.
    Total Oil Content Low
    Cohumulone High

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  • Amarillo Pellet Hops

    Amarillo Pellet Hops

    $2.49$95.99

    This American hop varietal is both good for bittering and has amazing aromatics, making it a versatile, dual purpose brewing ingredient. Commonly added to all types of IPAs from American to Belgian and Imperial IPA’s, Amarillo hops are also a great addition to American Pale Ales. An alpha acid range from 8% to 11% presents a moderate bittering quality while lush floral and orangey citrus aromas add fresh flavor to any type of beer.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.
    Master Pack Quantities:
    1oz – 50 / 150
    2oz – 25 / 100
    8oz – 25
    1lb – 15
    5lb – 3
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  • Amarillo Pellet Hops 44 L..

    Amarillo Pellet Hops 44 L..

    $1,015.00

    US Amarillo Pellet Hops 44 LB Box, 2015 Crop Year, 9.8% AA

    Item # HAMA44LB15
    Availability California – 2 In Stock
    Pennsylvania – Out Of Stock
    Weight 47LBS
    Storability Average
    Format Pellet
    Origin American
    Flavor and Aroma Citrus, Floral
    Alpha Acids Average
    Use Aroma/Flavor
    Weight 44 lb.
    Total Oil Content Average
    Cohumulone Average

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  • Amarillo Whole Hops

    Amarillo Whole Hops

    $3.49$21.99

    This American hop varietal is both good for bittering and has amazing aromatics, making it a versatile, dual purpose brewing ingredient. Commonly added to all types of IPAs from American to Belgian and Imperial IPA?s, Amarillo hops are also a great addition to American Pale Ales. An alpha acid range from 8% to 11% presents a moderate bittering quality while lush floral and orangey citrus aromas add fresh flavor to any type of beer.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:

    2oz – 25
    1lb – 6

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  • Amarillo Whole Hops 11 LB..

    Amarillo Whole Hops 11 LB..

    $280.00

    This American hop varietal is both good for bittering and has amazing aromatics, making it a versatile, dual purpose brewing ingredient. Commonly added to all types of IPAs from American to Belgian and Imperial IPA?s, Amarillo hops are also a great addition to American Pale Ales. An alpha acid range from 8% to 11% presents a moderate bittering quality while lush floral and orangey citrus aromas add fresh flavor to any type of beer.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:

    2oz – 25
    1lb – 6

    Click on the specifications tab for product details.
    Storability N/A
    Format Whole
    Origin American
    Flavor and Aroma Citrus, Floral
    Alpha Acids Average
    Use Aroma/Flavor
    Total Oil Content Average

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  • Apollo Pellet Hops

    Apollo Pellet Hops

    $1.99$96.99

    This American hop was bred for a high acid content and was originally cultivated in 2000. The high alpha acid range of about 15% to 19% makes Apollo hops a perfect bittering agent in any style of beer, especially IPAs. It also gives off both earthy and citrusy aromas during the boil that add a wonderful touch of flavor to your bitter brew. Because of their strength the use of Apollo pellet hops allows you to add less bittering hops overall. That can be an advantage for certain brewing systems where you want to reduce vegetal matter in the boil.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:
    1oz – 50 / 150
    2oz – 25 / 100
    8oz – 25
    1lb – 15
    5lb – 3

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  • AU Helga Pellet Hops

    AU Helga Pellet Hops

    $2.29$101.29

    This Australian bred hop has a decidedly German character from parent varietal Hallertauer Mittelfruh. Helga was a product of open pollination of a Hallertauer Mittelfruh female, and was formerly known as Southern Hallertau. After its commercial release in the late 1980s, Helga began gaining popularity among craft brewers in the late 1990s for its versatility as a dual purpose ingredient.

    With an alpha acid range of just 5% to 7.5%, the bittering quality is not strong, but apparent in beers like Belgian and American Ales. A delicate floral, herbaceous aroma carries a bit of spice for a depth that works well in darker Lagers. If you have difficulty finding Helga hops for your brew, consider substituting with parent Hallertauer Mittelfruh. Get a taste of Helga in craft brews like Eagle Rock Brewery?s Bitter Helga ESB.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:
    1oz – 50 / 150
    2oz – 25 / 100
    8oz – 25
    1lb – 15
    5lb – 3

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  • AU Pride of Ringwood Pell..

    AU Pride of Ringwood Pell..

    $1.99$99.99

    Pride of Ringwood is a daughter of once popular Pride of Kent and has now overtaken its mother in the market. Commercially grown since the 1960s, this varietal is one of Australia?s most well known and widely used. While Pride of Ringwood does have a distinctively bold, citrus aroma, it is primarily used for its clean bittering characteristics in regional brews like Australian Lagers, Pale Ales, and Fruit Lambic. This is due to the mid-alpha acid range from about 8.5% to 10.6% that works across many styles.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:
    1oz – 50 / 150
    2oz – 25 / 100
    8oz – 25
    1lb – 15
    5lb – 3

    Click on the specifications tab for product details.
    Storability N/A
    Format Pellet
    Origin Australian
    Flavor and Aroma Herbal, Piney
    Alpha Acids Average
    Use Bittering
    Total Oil Content Average

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  • Azacca Pellet Hops

    Azacca Pellet Hops

    $1.99$105.99

    Azacca is a new hip hop that has aromas of tropical fruits and citrus. Tasting notes of spicy mango, pineapple, tangerine and pine. An excellent dual purpose hop due to its 14-16% AA range. Great for single hop beers, pale ales, IPAs and anything else you want to toss it into.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:
    1oz – 50 / 150
    2oz – 25 / 100
    8oz – 25
    1lb – 15
    5lb – 3

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  • Belma Pellet Hops

    Belma Pellet Hops

    $1.99$99.99

    These dual purpose American hops were developed by Puterbagh Farms in Washington State to offer just the right hoppy notes to compliment Pale Malt Ales. Featuring a wonderfully tropical aroma of pineapple, strawberry, and citrus, other notes include melon and light floral. Though this hop is new to the scene, it has been well received thus far and is said to craft a tasty brew when paired with hops like Calypso, Zythos, and Citra. An alpha acid content of around 10% along with the bright, fruity flavors makes for an incredibly versatile hop.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:
    1oz – 50 / 150
    2oz – 25 / 100
    8oz – 25
    1lb – 15
    5lb – 3

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  • Bravo Pellet Hops

    Bravo Pellet Hops

    $1.99$75.99

    Bravo, a wonderful bittering hop, was first developed by The Hopsteiner Breeding Company and released commercially in 2006. Gaining popularity from craft breweries across the American West Coast, this young hop is now being more widely used in styles like APAs and IPAs.

    With a high alpha acid range anywhere from 14% to 17%, Bravo hops are certainly best utilized in Pale Ales, but can be used in any style where smooth bitterness is desired. Spicy, earthy, and floral notes contrast the heavy bitterness for a smooth finish you?re sure to enjoy.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:
    1oz – 50 / 150
    2oz – 25 / 100
    8oz – 25
    1lb – 15
    5lb – 3

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  • Bravo Pellet Hops 44 LB B..

    Bravo Pellet Hops 44 LB B..

    $490.00

    Bravo, a wonderful bittering hop, was first developed by The Hopsteiner Breeding Company and released commercially in 2006. Gaining popularity from craft breweries across the American West Coast, this young hop is now being more widely used in styles like APAs and IPAs.

    With a high alpha acid range anywhere from 14% to 17%, Bravo hops are certainly best utilized in Pale Ales, but can be used in any style where smooth bitterness is desired. Spicy, earthy, and floral notes contrast the heavy bitterness for a smooth finish you?re sure to enjoy.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:
    1oz – 50 / 150
    2oz – 25 / 100
    8oz – 25
    1lb – 15
    5lb – 3

    Click on the specifications tab for product details.
    Storability Good
    Format Pellet
    Origin American
    Flavor and Aroma Floral, Fruity
    Alpha Acids High
    Use Bittering
    Total Oil Content Low

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  • British Fuggles Pellet Ho..

    British Fuggles Pellet Ho..

    $1.59$97.99

    This popular hop runs the gamut in global varietals from U.S. to U.K. and even more variations therein. Though the region hops are grown in will undoubtedly affect the characteristics that come through in your brew, Fuggle hops tend to assume the same general properties across the board. Introduced way back in 1875, Fuggles has been one of the most popular British hops used since! Now available and grown across the globe, Fuggles are used to complement a variety of beer styles to suit their region. They work well for both bittering and aromatics in Belgian and English Ales as well as Red Ales and IPAs.

    Fuggle hops will normally have a lower alpha acid level, generally between 3% and 7%. The aromatics tend to be earthy, with hints of grass, wood and mint. The best possible substitutions for any type of Fuggle hops include UK varietals Willamette and Goldings. Try to grab a bottle of Free State Brewing Co.?s Ad Astra Ale to give these hops a taste.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:
    1oz – 50 / 150
    2oz – 25 / 100
    8oz – 25
    1lb – 15
    5lb – 3

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  • British Kent Goldings Pel..

    British Kent Goldings Pel..

    $2.99$119.99

    Though these hops are known under several names including BKG, Kent Goldings, and East Kent Goldings, they serve one purpose- to add a distinct aroma to your brew. British Kent Goldings originated in the Kent region of England way back in the 1790s. Used mostly in English style Ales and Pale Ales, British Kent Goldings add their soft floral scent of lavender and honey with overtones of fresh lemon and thyme for a little spice.

    With an alpha acid range of about 4% to 6%, the aroma is the strong point of this distinguished hop. If you think hops have gone over the top or you need a break from the C hops give Kent Goldings a chance. This hop is famous for blending with the malt in a harmonious, synergistic way. These hops are also among the easiest to substitute by using other varieties of the Golding family like US Golding, or try British Progress hops.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:
    1oz – 50 / 150
    2oz – 25 / 100
    8oz – 25
    1lb – 15
    5lb – 3

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  • Calypso Pellet Hops

    Calypso Pellet Hops

    $1.99$105.99

    This American Pacific Northwest grown hop is a newer variety that is widely used for both bittering and aromatic characteristics. Its alpha acid content of about 12% to 14% makes Calypso an excellent bittering hop.

    Calypso has all kinds of flavor descriptions including the most common of apple, pear, and citrus. We also seen melon and tropical fruits which would make sense based on its name. We also read about people getting pepper, cherry blossom, and mint. That is a wide range of flavor! We see it used a lot in IPA?s and Pale Ales but of course you could use it in darker beers as well even Stouts. Since Calypso whole hops and pellets are readily available, it is unlikely that you would need to find a substitute.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:
    1oz – 50 / 150
    2oz – 25 / 100
    8oz – 25
    1lb – 15
    5lb – 3

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  • Calypso Pellet Hops 44 LB..

    Calypso Pellet Hops 44 LB..

    $840.00

    This American Pacific Northwest grown hop is a newer variety that is widely used for both bittering and aromatic characteristics. Its alpha acid content of about 12% to 14% makes Calypso an excellent bittering hop.

    Calypso has all kinds of flavor descriptions including the most common of apple, pear, and citrus. We also seen melon and tropical fruits which would make sense based on its name. We also read about people getting pepper, cherry blossom, and mint. That is a wide range of flavor! We see it used a lot in IPA?s and Pale Ales but of course you could use it in darker beers as well even Stouts. Since Calypso whole hops and pellets are readily available, it is unlikely that you would need to find a substitute.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:
    1oz – 50 / 150
    2oz – 25 / 100
    8oz – 25
    1lb – 15
    5lb – 3

    Click on the specifications tab for product details.
    Storability Average
    Format Pellet
    Origin American
    Flavor and Aroma Pleasant, Fruity
    Alpha Acids High
    Use Aroma/Flavor
    Total Oil Content Low

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  • Cascade Pellet Hops

    Cascade Pellet Hops

    $1.49$54.99

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:
    1oz – 50 / 150
    2oz – 25 / 100
    8oz – 25
    1lb – 15
    5lb – 3

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  • Cascade Whole Hops

    Cascade Whole Hops

    $2.99$16.99

    The popular Cascade hop was first developed by the U.S.D.A. around 1972 in Oregon and has given life to the same varietal from other regions such as New Zealand and Argentina. All Cascade hops have the same essential traits but are influenced by the region they are grown in. Dual purpose applications and wide accessibility makes the Cascade hop the most commonly used varietal in home and commercial craft brews.

    With an alpha acid range of 4.5% to 7% and a fruity, citrus aroma with spicy notes, Cascade brightens-up IPAs, APAs, and other American Ales. It is easy to get your hands on both whole and pellet form Cascade hops that also work great for dry hopping, though you could substitute with Centennial or Amarillo hops. You can taste Cascade hops in many commercial brews like Racer 5 IPA by Bear Republic or Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:

    2oz – 25
    1lb – 6

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  • Cascade Whole Hops 11 LB ..

    Cascade Whole Hops 11 LB ..

    $168.00

    The popular Cascade hop was first developed by the U.S.D.A. around 1972 in Oregon and has given life to the same varietal from other regions such as New Zealand and Argentina. All Cascade hops have the same essential traits but are influenced by the region they are grown in. Dual purpose applications and wide accessibility makes the Cascade hop the most commonly used varietal in home and commercial craft brews.

    With an alpha acid range of 4.5% to 7% and a fruity, citrus aroma with spicy notes, Cascade brightens-up IPAs, APAs, and other American Ales. It is easy to get your hands on both whole and pellet form Cascade hops that also work great for dry hopping, though you could substitute with Centennial or Amarillo hops. You can taste Cascade hops in many commercial brews like Racer 5 IPA by Bear Republic or Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.

    All hops are packaged in oxygen, light and moisture barrier bags. They are purged with nitrogen and stored cold to optimize freshness. Resealable packages feature a tear notch and zipper.

    Master Pack Quantities:

    2oz – 25
    1lb – 6

    Click on the specifications tab for product details.
    Storability N/A
    Format Whole
    Origin American
    Flavor and Aroma Floral, Citrus
    Alpha Acids Low
    Use Aroma/Flavor
    Total Oil Content Average

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