A bittering cultivar with high alpha content selected by Charles Zimmerman for Hopunion, Inc. It has an aroma profile of citrus, earthy, and spicy flavors.
An aroma-type cultivar with an earthy, herbal, and spicy profile. It was developed by the USDA in 1983.
An aroma-type cultivar recently developed by Great Lakes Hops. It has an earthy, floral, citrus, and tropical fruit aroma profile.
An aroma-type cultivar developed by the USDA breeding program in Oregon and released in 1989. It has an aroma profile that is spicy and herbal.
A dual purpose variety released in 1998. It has a floral, citrus, spicy, and herbal aroma profile
A dual purpose cultivar developed in Japan in 1984 for Sapporo Breweries. It has an aroma profile that is herbal, citrus and a unique dill-like flavor.
An aroma-type cultivar released by USDA-ARS in 2013. It has a citrus, spicy, tropical fruit, and pine aroma profile. It is similar to Perle but features more pronounced aroma characteristics.
Tahoma is said to be similar to Cascade with a mostly citrus aroma profile, although it also has pine and cedar notes. Tahoma was released by Washington State University in 2013.
A dual purpose variety released by Washington State University in 2013. It has a floral, citrus, and spicy aroma profile.
A floral, resiny, candy-like bittering-type cultivar.
A dual purpose cultivar developed by the USDA breeding program and released in 1985. It’s a high alpha bittering variety with an aroma profile of spice and pine with notes of citrus.
An aroma-type cultivar that can also be used for bittering. It has an aroma profile of floral and citrus. It is often said to be a super-cascade and was released in 1990 by Washington State University. Like Cascade, Centennial is also very popular among craft-brewers.
An aroma and bittering cultivar with flowery and citrus flavors. Developed by the USDA-ARA hop breeding program and released for cultivation in 1972 by Oregon State University. One of the most popular American varieties in the craft-brewing industry.