These hops were collected from the former site of the Preston Hop Yards that has not grown hops commercially since the time of Prohibition. Tavistock was obviously very excited to have found some of the original hop plants at the edge of the former yards (now covered in subdivision) with the help of a local historian. Tavistock believes that they are of German decent and plan to identify their lineage.
Alpha Acid: 3.9% (2017 Crop)
Used For: Dual Purpose
Styles:Play around with it. Cream ale, pale ale, lager. Let us know how it goes.
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