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Cascade Hop Pellets



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Typical alpha: 4.5-7.0%. Cascade hops have unmistakable grapefruit aroma and flavor, signature hop of many American ales.

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Cascade Hop Pellets

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Typical alpha: 4.5-7.0%. Cascade hops have unmistakable grapefruit citrus aroma and flavor. Signature hop of many American microbrews. Use for late additions and dry hopping American pale, amber, and IPAs.

Additional Information
Hop FormPellet
Alpha Acid LevelMedium (5-10%)
Country of OriginUSA
Flavor DescriptorsNo
Hop ParentageNo
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great taste
This is one of my favorite tasting hops. Convenient pellets are easy to measure and use. Give the great American ale taste to your brew.
March 3, 2017
1 year ago
Cascade Hop Pellets a surprising addition
I decided to do a one-gallon experiment with cascade hop pellets and I was quite pleasantly surprised by the results. I used Pilsner DME as a control for the group. I made 3 one gallon batches. One with only DME, One with a standard hop schedule at 20 min and 0 min of the boil, and the last one I dry hopped for about 8 days. The cascade hops preformed admirably. They are a truly versatile ingredient for home brewing. The standard hop scheduled resulted in a nice citrus aroma with a decent bit of bitterness resulting in an IPA like flavor. The dry hops had a strong grapefruit like flavor with a very very pleasant aroma that I think added to the flavor of the beer. I look forward to scaling this brew up and testing the results in the future.
September 20, 2016
Home brewer
Good fresh hops
September 9, 2016
The two bottle fillers I ordered both leaked very badly. The previous one I got from NB lasted almost 8 years and did not leak until I broke it. Also I used to be able to order on the weekend or even on Monday and have the goods by Friday or Saturday. What happened there?
September 6, 2016
Nice and fresh hops.
Hops came packaged well and delivered on time. Always good service from NB!
July 21, 2016
Cascade pellet hops
Used for an English pale ale. Hops were green and fresh. Ale turned out perfectly with great flavor
June 25, 2016
Cascade hop pellets
Good flavor and odor. Fresh.
May 6, 2016
Great product and service
March 28, 2016
good stuff
Good, solid product. My go-to hops.
March 13, 2016
Cascade Hop Pellets
Excellent. I really enjoy the cascade hops.
March 1, 2016
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Are any hops sold through northern brewer genetically modified?
A shopper on Sep 24, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Form my research on the farming techniques for hop growers, none are GMO. I teach biology and personally have no problem with purchasing and using GMO's. I did a library search on genetically modified hops and none listed were genetically enhanced. I.e. None had genes from other sources transformed into their genomes. There are many popular strains that are selectively pollinated, hybridized. This is an agricultural technique used to take advantage of hybrid vigor. If a gene were taken from another plant and inserted into your tomatoes, when you eat it your digestive system would catabolism, the DNA, mRNA and any protein produced into their subunits. So, I have no problem purchasing and eating GMOs. But, as of right now, I can't find any evidence of GMO crops of hops! Some Barley has been selected for trisomy but no new genes added.
In regards to hops maintaining proper bitterness, I notice in Beersmith that Cascade maintain alpha content at 50% after 6 months. If I m trying to manage my IBUs correctly for a beer, and the hop pellets I purchase have a date that is already 6 months, how do i proceed?
A shopper on May 31, 2017
BEST ANSWER: In a sealed bag you will notice very little to no degradation after six months. I wouldn't be concerned in the least. I the future, to insure freshness keep you pellets in the freezer and close the bag well. By the way hop pellets have a much longer shelf life that fresh hops.

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