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Admiral
Region: United Kingdom
AA Range: 13 - 16%
Notes: A good replacement for both high alpha and dual-purpose hops when used as a kettle hop.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Example: Ale
Ahtanum
Region: United States
AA Range: 5 - 6%
Notes: Floral, citrus, sharp, and piney.
Typical Use: Aroma, bittering.
Substitution: Cascade, Amarillo
Example: Lager, American Ale
Amarillo
Region: United States
AA Range: 8 - 11%
Notes: Floral, citrus aroma.
Typical Use: Flavor, aroma.
Substitution: Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, Ahtanum.
Example: Bighorn Big Red IPA
Apollo
Region: USA
AA Range: 15 - 19%
Notes:

Yakima WA

Typical Use: Bittering
Example: (NOT COMMERCIALLY USED YET) Citrus notes, emphasis on orange, resiny, spicey
Aquila
Region: United States
AA Range: 5 - 7%
Notes: Not widely used.
Typical Use: Aroma.
Aramis
Region: France
AA Range: 6 - 9%
Notes:

Sweet spicy notes with hints of of citrus and herbs.

Typical Use: Bittering, flavor, aroma.
Substitution: Willamette, Challenger, and Ahtanum
Australian Summer
Region: Australia
AA Range: 4 - 7%
Notes:

Summer is a unique seedless aroma hop developed and grown in Australia. Summer provides distinctive light apricot and melon fruit notes nicely balanced by a background hop character which can be used to great effect in many beer styles.

Being low in alpha acid, brewers can be very flexible with their dosing when using this hop for flavour and aroma.

Typical Use: Flavor, Aroma
Belma
Region: United States
AA Range: 9 - 13%
Notes:

Notes of orange, melon, strawberry, pineapple with a hint of grapefruit

Typical Use: Bittering, Aroma
Bramling Cross
Region: United Kingdom, Canada
AA Range: 6 - 8%
Notes: Toasty, buttery, slighly resiny aroma with some woody notes. Quite mild, fruity currant aroma.
Typical Use: Bittering, finishing.
Substitution: Progress, Kent Golding
Example: ESB, Bitter, Pale Ale
Bravo
Region: USA
AA Range: 14 - 17%
Notes:

Bravo is a somewhat recent US cultivar with a parentage from the Zeus hop variety. With its relatively high alpha acid content (14 - 17%AA) Bravo is a good choice of a bittering base.
Aromatic qualities of Bravo range from being described as Earthy and Herbal to somewhat Floral as well as spicy.
Bravo has gained some popularity when hops have been in short supply and have been featured in a series of US West Coast IPAs.

Typical Use: Multi
Substitution: Nugget
Example: Earthy and Herbal to somewhat Floral as well as spicy
Brewers Gold
Region: United Kingdom, Germany
AA Range: 8 - 10%
Notes: Blackcurrant, fruity, spicy aroma.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma.
Substitution: Comet, Chinook, Eroica, Galena, Bullion
Example: Ale, Pilsner, Lambic
Bullion
Region: United Kingdom, United States
AA Range: 8 - 11%
Notes: Poor aroma, sharp bittering and black currant flavor and aroma when used in the boil.
Typical Use: Bittering, finishing.
Substitution: Brewer's Gold, Pacific Gem
Example: IPA, ESB, Stout
Calypso
Region: United States
AA Range: 12 - 14%
Notes:

Dual Purpose pleasantly complex, fruity aroma, with hints of pear and apple, with notes ofearthy tea too.

Dual Purpose pleasantly complex, fruity aroma, with hints of pear and apple, with notes of earthy tea too.

Typical Use: Bittering, Aroma
Cascade
Region: United States
AA Range: 4 - 8%
Notes: Strong spicy, floral, citrus (especially grapefruit) aroma.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma, finishing, dry hopping.
Substitution: Centennial
Example: Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Anchor Liberty Ale, Old Foghorn
Centennial
Region: United States
AA Range: 9 - 11%
Notes: Spicy, floral, citrus aroma, clean bittering hop.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma, dry hopping.
Substitution: Cascade
Example: Ale; Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale, Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Ale
Challenger
Region: United Kingdom
AA Range: 6 - 8%
Notes: Spicy aroma, fruity flavor.
Typical Use: Aroma, bittering. Blends well with other hops.
Substitution: Perle, Northern Brewer
Example: English-style Ale, Porter, Stout, ESB
Chinook
Region: United States
AA Range: 12 - 14%
Notes: Heavy spicy aroma, strong versatile bittering hop.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Substitution: Galena, Eroica, Nugget, Bullion
Example: Pale Ale, Stout, Porter, IPA; Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale, Sierra Nevada Stout
Citra
Region: United States
AA Range: 10 - 14%
Notes:

Originated in 2008. Cross between U.S. Tettnager, Hallertauer Mittelfruh, Brewer's Gold, and East Kent Goldings. As the name suggests, imparts citrus and fruity flavors/aromas to beer (grapefruit, lime, melon, gooseberry, lychee fruit).

Typical Use: Dual
Substitution: None known at this time. Very unique.
Example: Sierra Nevada Torpedo Extra IPA
Cluster
Region: United States, Australia
AA Range: 5 - 8%
Notes: Poor, sharp aroma, sharp bittering hop.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Substitution: Galena
Example: Ale (aroma), Lager (bittering); Winterhook Christmas Ale
Columbus
Region: United States
AA Range: 14 - 16%
Notes: Pungent aroma.
Typical Use: Bittering, dry hopping.
Substitution: Nugget, Chinook, Wye Target, Northern Brewer, Centennial
Example: IPA, Pale Ale, Stout
Comet
Region: United States
AA Range: 9 - 11%
Notes: Especially bitter.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Substitution: Galena
Crystal
Region: United States
AA Range: 2 - 5%
Notes: Mild, pleasant, slightly spicy.
Typical Use: Aroma, finishing, flavoring.
Substitution: Hallertauer Mittelfrueh, Hallertauer Hersbrucker, Mount Hood, Liberty
Example: Lager, Pilsner, ESB
Delta
Region: United States
AA Range: 5 - 7%
Notes:

Delta (Hopsteiner 04188) is a new aroma variety that was 
developed by the Hopsteiner Breeding Program and released 
in 2009.  It is a cross between Fuggle and a male variety 
derived from Cascade.  It shows good tolerance to downy 
mildew and is resistant to strains of powdery mildew.  Delta 
has a mild and pleasant aroma that is slightly spicy with a 
hint of citrus

Delta (Hopsteiner 04188) is a new aroma variety that was developed by the Hopsteiner Breeding Program and released in 2009.  It is a cross between Fuggle and a male variety derived from Cascade.  It shows good tolerance to downy mildew and is resistant to strains of powdery mildew.  Delta has a mild and pleasant aroma that is slightly spicy with a hint of citrus.

Typical Use: Bittering, Flavor, Aroma
Substitution: Fuggle, Willamette
El Dorado
Region: US
AA Range: 14 - 16%
Notes:

El Dorado® is a special dual purpose variety with exceptional 
aroma qualities and high alpha acids. It was developed by 
CLS Farms, LLC in 2008 and released in 2010. El Dorado® 
consistently elicits responses of fruity notes, specifically 
tropical fruit flavors. Other fruit notes offered have been 
pear, watermelon and stone fruit

El Dorado® is a special dual purpose variety with exceptional aroma qualities and high alpha acids. It was developed by CLS Farms, LLC in 2008 and released in 2010. El Dorado® consistently elicits responses of fruity notes, specifically tropical fruit flavors. Other fruit notes offered have been pear, watermelon and stone fruit

Typical Use: Bittering, Flavor, Aroma
Eroica
Region: United States
AA Range: 12 - 14%
Notes: Clean bittering hop.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Substitution: Northern Brewer, Galena
Example: Wheat, Pale Ale, Porter; Ballard Bitter, Blackhook Porter, Anderson Valley Boont Amber
Extra Styrian Dana
Region: Slovenia
AA Range: 11 - 16%
Notes:

Dual purpose hop brewd from German Magnum and a Slovenian genetic hop bred at the Slovenian Institute of Hop Research in Zalec.

Beta Acids: 4.8-6.0%
Cohumolone: 28-31% of alpha acids
Alpha/Beta Ratio: 2.7-3.1

Typical Use: Bittering, Flavor, Aroma
Falconer’s Flight
Region: United States
AA Range: 9 - 12%
Notes:

A pellet blend containing a variety of the Pacific Northwest's most intriguing aroma hop varieties and additional experimental hops.

Distinct tropical, floral, lemon and grapefruit characteristics. An excellent complement to many IPA and Pale Ale oriented hop varieties

Typical Use: Flavor, Aroma
First Gold
Region: United Kingdom
AA Range: 6 - 8%
Notes: A dwarf hop, predicted by many in the British industry for future success.
Typical Use: Aroma, bittering.
Substitution: UK Kent Golding, Crystal
Example: English style ale.
Fuggle
Region: United Kingdom, United States
AA Range: 3 - 5%
Notes: Mild, soft, grassy, floral aroma.
Typical Use: Aroma, finishing, dry hopping.
Substitution: East Kent Goldings, Willamette
Example: English-style Ale, American Ale, ESB, Lager; Samuel Smith's Pale Ale, Old Peculier, Thomas Hardy's Ale; English ales
Galena
Region: United States
AA Range: 12 - 14%
Notes: Strong, clean bittering hop.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Substitution: Northern Brewer, Eroica, Cluster
Example: Ale, Porter, Stout, ESB; Catamount Porter, Devil's Mountain Railroad Ale
Glacier
Region: United States
AA Range: 5 - 6%
Notes: Balanced bitterness and pleasant aroma. New variety.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma, finishing.
Substitution: Willamette, US Fuggle, US Tettnang, Styrian Golding
Example: Pale Ale, ESB, Bitter, English-Style Pale Ale, Porter, Stout
Golding
Region: United States, Canada
AA Range: 4 - 6%
Notes: Version of Kent Goldings grown in the United States.
Typical Use: Aroma.
Substitution: Kent Goldings
Example: English-style Ale, ESB, Pale Ale
Green Bullet
Region: New Zealand
AA Range: 8 - 11%
Notes: Citrus and floral aroma.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Example: Lager; ale.
Hallertauer Gold
Region: Germany
AA Range: 6 - 6%
Notes: Known for its aromatic properties similar to Hallertauer.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma.
Substitution: Crystal, Mount Hood
Example: Ale, Lager, Pilsner, Bock, Wheat
Hallertauer Hersbrucker
Region: Germany
AA Range: 2 - 5%
Notes: Pleasant, spicy, mild, noble, earthy aroma.
Typical Use: Aroma, finishing.
Substitution: Hallertauer Mittelfrueh, Mt. Hood, Liberty, Crystal, NZ Hallertau Aroma
Example: Lager, Pilsner, Bock, Wheat; Wheathook Wheaten Ale; German style lagers
Hallertauer Mittlefruh
Region: Germany
AA Range: 3 - 5%
Notes: Pleasant, spicy, mild herbal aroma. Noble hop.
Typical Use: Aroma, finishing.
Substitution: Hallertauer Hersbrucker, Mt. Hood, Liberty, Crystal, NZ Hallertau Aroma
Example: Lager, Bock, Wheat; Sam Adams Boston Lager, Sam Adams Boston Lightship; German style lagers
Herald
Region: United Kingdom
AA Range: 11 - 13%
Notes: High alpha-acid dwarf hop.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma.
Horizon
AA Range: 11 - 13%
Notes: Spicy, floral aroma.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma.
Substitution: Magnum
Example: All Ales, Lager.
Huller Bitterer
Region: Germany
AA Range: 7 - 10%
Typical Use: Bittering
Kent Golding
Region: United Kingdom
AA Range: 4 - 7%
Notes: Spicy, floral, earthy, rounded, very mild aroma; spicy flavor.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma, finishing, dry hopping for
Substitution: Goldings, Target
Example: Samuel Smith's Pale Ale, Fuller's ESB; British ales
Legacy
Region: United States
AA Range: 6 - 9%
Notes:

Dual Purpose hop with a clean grapefruit, floral, blackcurrant , and spicy aroma.

Typical Use: Bittering, flavor, aroma.
Substitution: Cluster, Galena, or Northern Brewer
Liberty
Region: United States
AA Range: 2 - 5%
Notes: Fine, very mild aroma.
Typical Use: Aroma, finishing.
Substitution: Hallertauer Mittelfrueh, Hallertauer Hersbrucker, Mt. Hood, Crystal
Example: Lager, Pilsner, Bock, Wheat; Pete's Wicked Lager
Lublin
Region: Poland
AA Range: 2 - 4%
Notes: Reported to be a substitute for noble varieties.
Typical Use: Aroma, finishing.
Substitution: Saaz, Hallertauer Mittelfrueh, Hallertauer Hersbrucker, Tettnang, Mount Hood, Liberty, Crystal.
Magnum
Region: Germany
AA Range: 12 - 14%
Notes: Clean bittering hop. Bred at the Hop Research Institute in Hull, Germany.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Substitution: Columbus, Nugget
Example: Lager, Pilsner; Stout
Marynka
Region: Poland
AA Range: 9 - 12%
Notes: Contains both high aroma values and high content of bitter substances.
Millenium
Region: United States
AA Range: 14 - 15%
Notes: Mild, herbal aroma.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Substitution: Nugget, Columbus
Mosaic
Region: United States
AA Range: 11 - 13%
Notes:

 

Mosaic™ (HBC 369) is an aroma hop variety developed byHop Breeding Company, LLC that was released in 2012. Itoffers a unique and complex blend of floral, tropical, fruity,and earthy characteristics that translate very favorably intoseveral styles of beer. Mosaic™ is the daughter of Simcoe®(YCR 14) and a Nugget derived male.Mosaic™ (HBC 369) is an aroma hop variety developed by
Hop Breeding Company, LLC that was released in 2012. It
offers a unique and complex blend of floral, tropical, fruity,
and earthy characteristics that translate very favorably into
several styles of beer. Mosaic™ is the daughter of Simcoe®
(YCR 14) and a Nugget derived male.

Mosaic™ (HBC 369) is an aroma hop variety developed byHop Breeding Company, LLC that was released in 2012. It offers a unique and complex blend of floral, tropical, fruity,and earthy characteristics that translate very favorably into several styles of beer. Mosaic™ is the daughter of Simcoe®(YCR 14) and a Nugget derived male.

 

Typical Use: Bittering, flavor, aroma.
Substitution: Simcoe, Citra
Mount Hood
Region: United States
AA Range: 3 - 8%
Notes: Mild, clean aroma.
Typical Use: Aroma, finishing.
Substitution: Hallertauer Mittelfrueh, Hallertauer Hersbrucker, Liberty, Tettnang
Example: Lager, Pilsner, Bock, Wheat; Anderson Valley High Rollers Wheat Beer, Portland Ale
Nelson Sauvin
Region: New Zealand
AA Range: 12 - 14%
Notes: Imparts grape-like flavor.
Typical Use: Bittering.
New Zealand Hallertau Aroma
Region: New Zealand
AA Range: 6 - 8%
Notes: Said to be a replica of German Hallertauer Mittelfrueh.
Typical Use: Fine aroma hopping.
Substitution: Hallertauer Mittelfrueh, Hallertauer Hersbrucker, Tettnang, Crystal
Example: Coors, Coors Light; lager
Newport
Region: United States
AA Range: 13 - 17%
Notes: Mild aroma, high bittering alpha hop.
Typical Use: Bittering
Substitution: Galena, Nugget, Fuggle, Magnum, Brewer?s Gold
Example: Ale, Stout, Barley Wine
Northdown
Region: Ireland
AA Range: 7 - 9%
Notes: Good flavor and aroma, blends well with other United Kingdom types.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma, finishing.
Substitution: Target, Northern Brewer
Example: Ale; Guinness
Northern Brewer
Region: United Kingdom, United States, Germany
AA Range: 7 - 10%
Notes: Fine, fragrant aroma, dry, clean bittering hop.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma, finishing.
Substitution: Hallertauer Mittelfrueh, Hallertauer Hersbrucker
Example: ESB, Bitter, Pale Ale, Porter, California Common; Old Peculier, Anchor Liberty, Anchor Steam
Northwest Golding
Region: United Kingdom
AA Range: 4 - 5%
Notes: Strong aroma.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma.
Example: Ale, Porter, Stout, ESB
Nugget
Region: United States
AA Range: 12 - 14%
Notes: Heavy, spicy, herbal aroma, strong bittering hop.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma.
Substitution: Chinook
Example: ESB, Lager, Ale; Sierra Nevada Porter, Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Ale, Anderson Valley ESB
Olympic
Region: United States
AA Range: 11 - 13%
Notes: Mild to medium, citrusy aroma, spicy.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Substitution: Chinook
Example: Pale Ale
Omega
Region: United Kingdom
AA Range: 9 - 11%
Notes: Increasingly rare.
Typical Use: All beer types.
Example: Bittering
Orion
Region: Germany
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma.
Pacific Gem
Region: New Zealand
AA Range: 14 - 16%
Notes: Woody, berry aroma. Frequenlty grown organic.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Example: All ale styles
Perle
Region: Germany, United States
AA Range: 7 - 9%
Notes: Pleasant aroma, slightly spicy, almost minty bittering hop.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Substitution: Hallertauer Mittelfrueh, NZ Hallertau Aroma
Example: Lager, Pale Ale, Porter; Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Summerfest, and Pale Bock
Phoenix
Region: United Kingdom
AA Range: 12 - 15%
Notes: Similar to Challenger.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma.
Substitution: Northdown, Kent Golding, Challenger
Example: All beer types.
Pioneer
Region: United Kindom
AA Range: 8 - 10%
Notes: Clean bitterness; mild "English" aroma. Dwarf variety.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Example: Ale, ESB
Pride of Ringwood
Region: Australia
AA Range: 9 - 11%
Notes: Citric aroma, clean bittering hop.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Example: Lager; Foster's Lager, Victoria Bitter, Coopers Sparkling Ale
Progress
Region: United Kingdom
AA Range: 5 - 7%
Notes: Similar to Fuggles, slightly sweeter.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Substitution: Fuggles
Example: English-style Ale
Record
Region: Germany
Saaz
Region: Czechoslovakia, United States
AA Range: 2 - 2%
Notes: Delicate, mild, floral aroma. Czech varietey is considered a noble hop.
Typical Use: Aroma, finishing.
Substitution: Tettnang
Example: Plisner, Lager, Wheat; Pilsener Urquell; Bohemian style lagers
Santiam
Region: United States
AA Range: 5 - 7%
Notes: Slightly spicy and floral aroma. Noble hop characteristics.
Typical Use: Aroma, bittering.
Substitution: Tettnang, Spalt, Spalter
Example: Lager, Pilsner, Belgian Tripel, Kolsch, Bock, Munich Helles, American Ale
Saphire
Region: Germany
AA Range: 3 - 4%
Notes:

This hop has a low alpha acid content and is very well suited as an aroma hop for the finest European style lagers.A true jewel of the noble hop family with a refined aroma & a mild flavor. Sweet & clean citrus aroma that has a hint of tangerine.

Typical Use: Aroma, Flavor
Substitution: Hallertau
Example: Fullsail Amber Clone
Satus
Region: United States
AA Range: 10 - 14%
Notes: Medium but pleasant hoppiness, citrusy.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Substitution: Nugget, Pride of Ringwood, Chinook
Example: Ale, Porter, ESB
Select
Region: Germany
AA Range: 4 - 6%
Notes: Bred from Hallertauer Mittlefruh and Spalt as a disease resistant Spalt type.
Typical Use: Flavor, aroma.
Substitution: Saaz, Tettnang, Spalt, Hersbrucker
Example: German style lager and ale.
Simcoe
Region: United States
AA Range: 12 - 14%
Notes: Pine-like aroma. Mainly a bittering hop with good aroma characteristics
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma
Example: American Ale
Southern Cross
Region: New Zealand
AA Range: 11 - 12%
Typical Use: Strong bittering and fine aroma qualities.
Example: Lager
Spalt
Region: Germany, United States
AA Range: 3 - 6%
Notes: Mild, pleasant, slightly spicy.
Typical Use: Aroma, finishing, flavoring, bittering.
Substitution: Saaz, Tettnang
Example: Lager, Dusseldorf Alt
Spalt Select
Region: Germany, United States
AA Range: 4 - 6%
Notes: Very fine Spalter-type aroma. U.S. variety has "wild American" tones.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma.
Substitution: Saaz, Tettnanger, German Spalt
Example: Lager
Sterling
Region: United States
AA Range: 6 - 9%
Notes: Herbal and spicy aroma with a hint of floral and citrus.
Typical Use: Aroma, bittering.
Substitution: Saaz
Example: Pilsner, Lager, Belgian-Style Ale
Sticklebract
Region: New Zealand
AA Range: 11 - 13%
Notes: Said to be comparable to European Northern Brewer.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma.
Substitution: Northern Brewer
Strisselspalt
Region: France
AA Range: 3 - 5%
Notes: Medium intensity, pleasant, similar to Hersbrucker.
Typical Use: Aroma, finishing.
Substitution: Hersbrucker, German Spalt
Example: Pilsner, Lager, Wheat
Styrian Golding
Region: Yugoslavia, United States
AA Range: 4 - 7%
Notes: Similar to Fuggles.
Typical Use: Bittering, finishing, dry hopping.
Substitution: Fuggles, Willamette
Example: All English-style Ale, ESB, Bitter, Lager; Ind Coope's Burton Ale, Timothy Taylor's Landlord; English style ale
Summit
Region: United States
AA Range: 16 - 19%
Notes:

Cross pollination of Lexus and an unspecified male; derived from numerous plants including Zeus, Nugget and male USDA varieties.

Distinct spice, earthy, onion, garlic and citrus (pink grapefruit, orange and tangerine) tones.

Typical Use: Bittering, flavor, aroma.
Substitution: Columbus, Millennium, Simcoe, Warrior
Talisman
Region: United States
AA Range: 8 - 10%
Notes: Derived from Cluster.
Target
Region: United Kingdom
AA Range: 10 - 12%
Notes: Accounts for 40% of United Kingdom hop production.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma.
Substitution: Northdown, Progress
Example: Ale, Lager; Young's Special London Ale
Tettnanger
Region: Germany, United States
AA Range: 3 - 6%
Notes: Fine, spicy aroma.
Typical Use: Aroma, finishing.
Substitution: Saaz, Spalt
Example: Lager, Ale; Gulpener Pilsener, Sam Adams Octoberfest, Anderson Valley ESB
Tomahwak
Region: United States
AA Range: 15 - 17%
Notes: Bittering hop.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Substitution: Columbus
Example: Ale
Tradition
Region: Germany
AA Range: 5 - 7%
Notes: Fine, subtle aroma similar to Hallertau.
Typical Use: Aroma, bittering
Substitution: Liberty, Hallertau
Example: Lager, Pilsner, Bock, Wheat, Weizen
Ultra
Region: United States
AA Range: 3 - 6%
Notes: Fine aroma hop.
Typical Use: Aroma, finishing.
Substitution: Hallertauer Mittelfrueh
Example: Lager, Pilsner, Wheat, Ale (finish hop)
Vanguard
Region: United States
AA Range: 5 - 6%
Notes: Similar to Hallertau (U.S.). Aroma similar to continental European types.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma.
Substitution: Hallertau, Hersbrucker, Mt Hood, Liberty
Example: Lager, Pilsner, Bock, Kolsch, Wheat, Munich Helles, Belgian-Style Ale
Warrior
Region: United States
AA Range: 15 - 17%
Notes: Mild aroma, high alpha bittering hop.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Substitution: Nugget, Columbus
Example: Pale Ale, IPA, Stout
WGV (Whitbread Golding Variety)
Region: United Kingdom
AA Range: 5 - 7%
Notes: Quite pleasant and hoppy, moderately intense. Traditional English hop with a sweet and fruity aroma.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma.
Substitution: Kent Golding, Progress
Example: Ale
Willamette
Region: United States
AA Range: 4 - 7%
Notes:

Mild, spicy, grassy, floral aroma.

Typical Use: Aroma, finishing, dry hopping.
Substitution: Fuggle
Example: English-style Ale, Porter, Stout; Sierra Nevada Porter, Ballard Bitter, Anderson Valley Boont Amber
Wye Target
AA Range: 9 - 12%
Notes: Northern Brewer and Golding heritage.
Typical Use: Bittering
Example: English style ale.
Yakima Cluster
Region: United States
AA Range: 6 - 8%
Notes: Pleasant, aromatic hop.
Typical Use: Bittering, aroma.
Example: Lager, Pale Ale
Yakima Magnum
Region: United States
AA Range: 11 - 12%
Typical Use: Bittering.
Example: American strong ale.
Yeoman
Region: United Kingdom
AA Range: 6 - 8%
Notes: Pleasant bitterness.
Typical Use: Bittering.
Substitution: Northdown
Example: English style ale and lager.
Zeus
Region: United States
AA Range: 13 - 17%
Notes: Pungent, flowery aroma; "chunky" bitterness.
Typical Use: Bittering
Substitution: Columbus
Example: Ale
Zythos
Region: United States
AA Range: 9 - 12%
Notes:

A proprietary hop blend (Centennial/Cascade) "created to embody the powerful tradition and aroma you expect for your finest ales and IPA brews." Targeted brewing values of 11.9% alpha and 5.0% beta.

Typical Use: Bittering, Aroma
Example: Pale Ales, IPA