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Hop Guide

Post by BIABrewer » 7 years ago

The hop directory from hopslist is an excellent resource. Thanks nosco.

This hop guide from Beer Legends is another. Thank you Joshua.

If you know of any other good quality guides, please let us know here and we will add them to this post.

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Post by stux » 6 years ago

Good PDF I found a while ago, might be interesting if you're interested in where hops come from, and how they're inspected

"HOP QUALITY - From the Field to the Brewer"

http://www.bjcp.org/cep/HopunionHopQuality.pdf
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Post by nosco » 3 years ago

Saw this one today. Looks pretty comprehensive. I might be able to use it one day lol

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Post by jhough » 3 years ago

I generally use the hop profiles on homebrewstuff. Seems to be a more complete one that I have flung ,but,will try the others!


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Post by Jamato » 2 months ago

I notice one guide had a book, the hop guide, has anyone bought this book?

I would like a good reference.
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Re: Hop Guide

Post by Scott » 2 months ago

"Hops" is an area that I've done tons of studies. Still nowhere near an expert, mind you, but I've studied them a bunch and am very interested in the subject.

Have not bought the Hop guide that the homebrewer put online for sale... Hoplist.com. Is that the one you are referring to? Can't say. Try the book, and please let us know what you think.

Some good Hop guide links includes Beer Legends. http://beerlegends.com/hops-varieties# It has lots of good info. Doesn't have everything out but most of it. The aforementioned http://www.hopslist.com/hops/ has some good info. And also the Hop sales website have info, much of it good. Beer Legends is normally my go-to, then I look up or add the others as well.


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Re: Hop Guide

Post by Jamato » 2 months ago

WOW that beer legends guide is totally cool
these breakdowns in graphs are killer
I would buy that in book form.

guess I am going to bite on the other book soon
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