Brewer's Gold Hop Rhizome

Typical alpha acid: 5.5 - 8%. Brewer's Gold is one of the older hops in the history of modern brewing. While its character isn't exactly celebrated by an abundant amount of commercial beers, it's legacy lives on in many other ways. Due to its moderate alpha acid content, high yield, and vigorous growth it has been used in the cultivation and production of newer varieties. Brewer's Gold Hops has helped make some excellent varieties shown below:

Brewer's Gold is primarily a bittering agent and commonly used in lighter style ales, although it works well in lagers as well. Brewer's Gold also carries a relatively high overall oil make up including high levels of Myrcene (37% - 40%), Humulene (29% - 31%), and Caryophyllene (37% - 40%) oils. 

Wye College in England gave rise to this variety in 1919 by crossing Wild Manitoba BB1 with open pollination. After the super-alpha offspring were created, Brewer's Gold was largely discontinued by many farmers in favor of the other varieties. This bittering or late addition hops has a spice to its flavor and aroma.
 
Rhizomes will begin shipping in mid-March.  
 
Mix and match 25 or more rhizomes in your order and get 5% off your price: 
Use discount code: 25RHIZOMES
 
Mix and match 50 or more rhizomes in your order and get 10% off your price: 
Use discount code: 50RHIZOMES 
 
Mix and match 100 or more rhizomes in your order and get 15% off your price: 
Use discount code: 100RHIZOMES 

Please call 503-648-4254 for bulk farm orders and for discount pricing of over 100 rhizomes.  We normally sell over 6000 rhizomes per year, so we get great wholesale pricing right from our local Oregon hop farms.  Order now!
 
CANNOT SHIP HOP RHIZOMES TO CUSTOMERS IN WASHINGTON STATE OR BONNER AND KOOTENAI COUNTIES IN IDAHO

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