Comet is a cross of English hops with a wild American variety and was first released in 1974. Commercial production actually ceased in the 1980s as it was phased out in favor of new super-high alpha varieties, but it has enjoyed a comeback thanks to its unique profile of citrus zest and fragrant grassy character, with undertones of wild forest fruit and old-school earthy bitterness.
Alpha Acid: 9.0-12.0%
Beta Acid: 30.-6.0%
Used For: Aroma, but can be used as a dual purpose.
Styles: IPAs, wild ales, farmhouse beers, and other cutting-edge craft styles (not my words, but made me laugh a little so why not be at the cutting edge of style) .
Ahtanum was bred by Select Botanicals Group, Ahtanum™ YCR 1 cv. is an aroma-type cultivar used for its aromatic properties and moderate bittering. The variety is named after the location...
Floral, tropical, and citrus (lemon, orange and grapefruit) characteristics.Vacuum sealed by Hop Union or r by Short Finger Brewing Co. Alpha Acids: 8.0 - 11.0% Beta Acids: 6.0 - 7.0% Used For: Multipurpose Good...
Australian Topaz (AU)
Resinous, grassy tones with light tropical flavors. Dry hopping produces resinous characteristics while tropical tones are found in higher gravity beers. Vacuum sealed with nitrogen by Hop Union. Alpha Acids:...