Hop Varieties


Created in 1974 sometimes referred to as a Super Cascade. The floral flavour and aroma is evident in many commercial beers. It is commonly used for both its aromatic and bittering qualities. Beer Styles: Pale Ale, Wheat beer, India Pale Ale, Red Ale.. just to name a few.


Magnum is also know as Hallertau Magnum, Magnum hops are commonly used as a bittering agent in beer. Some beer styles are, Hefe Weizen, Bitter, Blonde Ale, Pilsner.


Released in 1982 it has an acute bitterness that provides the umph in many beer styles that require the hop jolt. It is a dual use hop that has green, herbal aroma.


The Newport Variety is one of the newest to the hop market, released in 2002.
Origin: Oregon, USA
Aroma/Flavour: Mild aroma, fairly pungent, resiny flavour
Typical usage: Bittering
Beer Styles: BYO’s profile said “any”


Developed in 1990 it is a dual use variety used for both its aromatic qualities as well as its bittering qualities, with a slightly spicy fragrance, with a herbal floral punch with notes of citrus. This popular variety is well suited for American Ales, Pilsners, and Belgium style Ales.


Released in 1976 named after the river that pours through the Willamette Valley in Southern Washington. It can contribute slightly to the bittering of a brew but it dominates its usage for its flavour and aroma. Delicate peppery herbacious spice that has both fruit and floral essence. yum!