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Cascade Leaf Hops 1 oz.

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SKU# HF13S

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Typical alpha: 4.5-7.0%. Unmistakable grapefruit aroma and flavor, signature hop of many American ales.

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HF13S

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Typical alpha: 4.5-7.0%. 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 FormLeaf
Alpha Acid LevelMedium (5-10%)
Country of OriginUSA
Flavor DescriptorsNo
Hop ParentageNo
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If they have it in stock, go for the leaf hops!
Piney, strong aroma hops, also well suited for dry hopping. Awesome in IPAs, but also good for West Coast style pale ales and lagers. The leaf hops have markedly better aroma compared to the pellet version. Especially for late addition and dry hopping leaf hops are the way to go!
November 30, 2015
Amazing aroma
First time using fresh hops over pellets. Used this for body/flavor for my American Pilsener. My wort was already better smelling and looking than with pellets, a few of the leaves were a bit yellow, but not a bad batch.
April 30, 2012
Great Aroma and taste
Used fresh hops for the first time. I can taste and smell the difference. I'm hooked.
December 11, 2013
Awesome
Used fresh hops this time in my dry hop instead of pellets and I loved it. They were easier to work with when putting in and getting out of my carboy than pellets and the flavor is amazing. I've yet to use whole hops in my boils but will be trying soon
August 5, 2013
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Should the package of hops go into the refrigerator after being shipped out if they won't be used in the kettle or secondary for a couple weeks?
A N on Jun 24, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The absolute best storage solution is light protected, nitrogen purged, vacuum-sealed bags stored in a deep freezer. Getting as close to that as you can for most people, in a cost effective manner, is just putting them in vacuum sealed food bags in a box or foil pouch in their freezer.

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