Home Brew, Home Brew
-1

Hop pellets (100g)


We have a range of pelleted hops packed in foil bags in 100g pack size. The varietals listed have a typical alpha acid content to be used as a general sample as the levels do vary slightly between crops. These hop pellets are suitable for adding to the boil for their bittering properties and can also be used for dry hopping in the fermenter or pressure barrel.
Admiral
16.1%. Said to be citrusy, orange flavoured. A good compliment hop to Target. Good dual purpose hop. Use for English style IPA.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Apollo
13.7%. Characterised by its high percentage of alpha acids, it has citrus notes, with emphasis on orange. It is resiny and spicy. Use for American style beers needing a big hop profile.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Cascade
7.5%. Flowery, citrus and spice with grapefruit the noticeable fragrance. This medium aroma balances the low bittering value. Use for Pale Ales, IPAs and Porters.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Celeia
2.5%. Triploid hybrid Styrian Goldings and 105/58 hybrid between Aurora and a Slovenian wild hop.Use for ales and lagers requiring good bittering and aroma characteristics.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Challenger
6.1%. Mild to moderate aroma, quite spicy. An all-purpose hop combining moderate amounts of alpha acid with a good kettle aroma. Use for British ales and lagers.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Cluster
7.4%. An excellent general purpose hop with medium and well-balanced bittering and a floral aroma. Use for light and dark American lagers.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Fuggles
4.7%. Fuggle is revered as the classic English aroma hop and is often used in conjunction with Goldings. It can be used as a main copper hop and is also used for dry hopping. Use for any English style ale.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Galena
12.4%. Medium aroma but pleasant hoppiness. Excellent high alpha acid hop with balanced bittering profiles paired with acceptable hop aroma. Very bitter but blends well with finishing hops. Use for American ales, stouts and lagers.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Goldings
5.3%. Refined, gentle, fragrant and pleasant with flowery tones, that has produced some of Englands best bitters. Use for a Classic English Ales.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Hallertau
4.5%. Traditionally a superior German aroma hop. Mild to semi-strong aroma, the most popular variety. Used for versatile bittering and finishing in Wheats, Altbiers, pilseners, Belgium ales and American and German lagers.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Hersbrucker
2.0% Drier and spicier than Hallertau. Most important aroma variety in Germany. Use for aroma and flavour in German ales and lagers.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Liberty
4.0%. American cousin to Hallertau with very similar flower and spice characteristics, mild and pleasant, quite fine. Best used as a finishing hop in German style lagers, pilsner, bock and Kólsch.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Mittlefruh
7%. Mild and pleasant aroma. Use for good all around bittering and finishing in Altbiers, Belguim ales and Continental style lagers,Pilsner, Bock and Wheat beers.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Mount Hood
5%. Hybrid of Hallertau with similar mild flower/spice aroma characteristics with a hint of the forest. "clean" commonly describes it, with similarities to the German Hallertau and Hersbrucker varieties. Used for Aroma and flavour in American and German lagers and ales.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Nuggett
13.3%. Strong heavy and herbal, spicy aroma and high bittering value. Use for extremely bitter ales and stouts.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Opal
6.7%. A German style of hop providing citrusy and spicy notes. A dual purpose hop suitable for German lagers, pilsners and wheat beers.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Perle
5.5%. Slightly spicy, pleasant aroma slightly minty. Used for general purpose bittering for US and German ales and lagers.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Pilgrim
9.8%. Notes of honey, cedar and flowers. A dual purpose hop. Use for English Bitter ales and Imperial Stout.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Polaris
18.7%. A high alpha acid content but also with good aroma properties. Use in a SMaSH IPA.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Progress
6.4%. Gives a full-bodied and well bittered style of beer. Use in ales requiring good bittering qualities. Also good as a late finishing hop.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Saaz
2.1%. Low bittering but possesses the aromatic blend of earth and spice. Use for finishing is powerful Bohemian-style beers, Continental lagers, Wheats and Pilsner lagers.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Sladek
5.4%. Developed in Czech Republic as a croos between Northern Brewer and Saaz. Earthy, floral and spicy.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Sterling
8.4%. Spicy, lemon and pineapple flavours. Use for American styles Pale Ales.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Target
11.5%. Good alpha acid levels combined with a pleasant aroma. Quite intense. Use for English ales and lagers.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Tettnanger
3.8%. General purpose hop. Use for German style beers and lagers.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Topaz
15.5%. Australian Topaz Hops have a rich and intense aroma of fleshy citrus and apricot, with a strong "dank" overtone and a hint of sulphur. Use for any pale ale style.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Williamette
5.7%. A very popular aroma hop adding a earthy, spicy character to your ale. Use with any pale, golden or bitter ale.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket

Zeus
14.3%. Good for flavour and aroma, but will give a slightly earthy and citrusy bitterness too. Use for most styles of beer where you want something just slightly different.
Price (£)QTY
£3.95
Add to Basket