Favorite Hop...

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by tjwarren, Jul 5, 2013.

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  1. craigo19

    craigo19 Disciple (331) Oct 12, 2009 Michigan
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    Citra, Cascade, Amarillo and Summit.
  2. Mackbekeza

    Mackbekeza Initiate (0) May 27, 2013 Tennessee

    My favorites are the Cascade and German Magnum hops
  3. sirsteve42

    sirsteve42 Defender (666) Jan 15, 2009 New York
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    Galaxy. Between hf double galaxy and nebco galaxy pale ale I'm sold!
  4. JM03

    JM03 Initiate (0) Nov 12, 2010 Ohio

    Not even close for me. Citra by a long shot

    Double Sunshine
    Kern Citra
  5. jbertsch

    jbertsch Meyvn (1,089) Dec 14, 2008 Massachusetts

    Toss up between Mosaic, Riwaka, Galaxy, and Nelson Sauvin. Honorable mention to Simcoe.

    Although I really like Citra, I feel that many times it doesn't offer as much citrus as the name might suggest. Obviously how a brewer uses it is a huge part of the equation, but generally speaking I find it's not always a sure bet to a super citrusy beer. Maybe its name sets my expectations too high.
  6. Relik

    Relik Aspirant (202) Apr 20, 2011 Nova Scotia (Canada)

    easier to say the hops i don't care for: Currently its Columbus and Northern Brewer at the top of the list
  7. zachary80

    zachary80 Zealot (504) Nov 29, 2009 Indiana

    Citra - Zombie Dust, Oddside Citra Pale

    Not a fan of others on their own, but they can make some fantastic blends
  8. denverbeerguy

    denverbeerguy Initiate (0) May 10, 2013 Colorado

    Simtra Triple IPA from Knee Deep Brewing CO
  9. denverbeerguy

    denverbeerguy Initiate (0) May 10, 2013 Colorado

    Citra for it's tropical juiciness, but another good one is Falconers Flight after trying the single hop On the Wings of Armageddon from DC Brau.
  10. sarcastro

    sarcastro Disciple (335) Sep 20, 2006 Michigan
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    Nelson Sauvin
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  11. kbuzz

    kbuzz Champion (840) Jan 22, 2011 North Carolina
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    Falconer's Flight isn't a hop variety, but rather a blend of various hop varieties and is sold exclusively by a company called Hopunion.
  12. denverbeerguy

    denverbeerguy Initiate (0) May 10, 2013 Colorado

    Thanks for the info!
  13. kbuzz

    kbuzz Champion (840) Jan 22, 2011 North Carolina
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    Either way, makes a damn good beer! :wink:
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  14. denverbeerguy

    denverbeerguy Initiate (0) May 10, 2013 Colorado

    Do you know of any other brews that use Falconer's Flight???
  15. kbuzz

    kbuzz Champion (840) Jan 22, 2011 North Carolina
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    None as good as the one you mentined above, from what I've tasted anyway...OTWOA nailed it.
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  16. NickCleckler

    NickCleckler Initiate (0) Jul 5, 2013 North Carolina

    East Kent Golding (Danzig hops) lol
  17. CoolEthan

    CoolEthan Initiate (0) Jan 9, 2013 California
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    Nelson Sauvin, Citra & my new fave Mosaic. Tough to mess any of those up.
  18. MNishCT77

    MNishCT77 Defender (672) Jun 6, 2008 District of Columbia

  19. Dupage25

    Dupage25 Aspirant (283) Jul 4, 2013 Antarctica

    Is this even a question? Citra obviously, and I vote for Zombie Dust. I also enjoy Chinook and traditional Tettnanger, as I enjoy a good spicy/pungent hop kick every once in a while. But Citra is the perfect hop, period.
  20. gatornation

    gatornation Poo-Bah (3,394) Apr 18, 2007 Minnesota
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    Duet is one of my favorites so Simcoe and Amarillo hops for me
  21. obrike

    obrike Crusader (711) Jun 19, 2009 Texas

    I like this setup...can anyone else name an awesome trifecta of beers for each hop. I've never had Hopslam, but I love Jai Alai and Pliny...so I'm assuming that makes me a fan of Simcoe.

  22. utopiajane

    utopiajane Poo-Bah (2,389) Jun 11, 2013 New York

    I don't know about a trifecta of beers but how about the trifecta of hops goes to hallertau, tettenang and saaz. (spelling - I am not responsible)
  23. shuntstout

    shuntstout Initiate (191) Apr 2, 2010 New Mexico
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    Put me down for Citra! was simcoe, also props to Mosaic (Fresh Squeeze aroma is off the hook!)
  24. brywhite

    brywhite Meyvn (1,227) Aug 27, 2009 California

    I'd like to nominate Citra, for the zillionth time. (kern river citra)
  25. beachfirebrews

    beachfirebrews Initiate (0) Nov 10, 2011 Pennsylvania
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    Definitely Amarillo...love it in pales and wheats
  26. KingBiscuit

    KingBiscuit Disciple (380) May 30, 2005 Illinois

    bunny <snort>
  27. douginromeo

    douginromeo Initiate (0) Apr 1, 2013 Michigan
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    ^^^ this!
  28. roger617

    roger617 Disciple (357) Jun 1, 2013 Indiana
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    Citra and Centennial. ho hum.
  29. MetalMountainMastiff

    MetalMountainMastiff Initiate (0) Oct 1, 2012 California
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    The Citrusy hops.... I think Sucks is a good representative of them.
  30. Premo88

    Premo88 Meyvn (1,439) Jun 6, 2010 Texas

    i was going to say ... give me some good noble hops in a malty pilsener, and the rest can play for second place
  31. alk3kenny

    alk3kenny Devotee (443) Oct 21, 2004 Georgia
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  32. Vonstein15

    Vonstein15 Initiate (0) Jan 15, 2010 Ohio

    Saaz,love it in the bavarian styles
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  33. allisonastra

    allisonastra Initiate (0) May 16, 2013 Michigan

    +1 for Citra
  34. denver10

    denver10 Poo-Bah (2,206) Nov 17, 2010 New Mexico

  35. Momar42

    Momar42 Initiate (0) Sep 19, 2010 Maryland

  36. Savage1005

    Savage1005 Initiate (32) Feb 8, 2012 North Carolina

    lately it is mosaic
  37. zachary80

    zachary80 Zealot (504) Nov 29, 2009 Indiana

    Disagree, but understand where you're coming from....I would choose a more hop focused style for this thread every time. That said, noble hops are amazing in the right beer and deserve some rep
  38. Dupage25

    Dupage25 Aspirant (283) Jul 4, 2013 Antarctica

    Honestly, one of my dream beers is basically a Czech pilsner, traditional in every single way, except that near bottling time it is modestly dry-hopped with Citra. Same lagering period, same malt bill, same early and late boil hops....just add Citra.
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  39. nquigley16

    nquigley16 Initiate (0) Sep 18, 2012 Massachusetts

    Citra and Columbus are my two favorites. both great in different ways
  40. JimKal

    JimKal Devotee (485) Jul 31, 2011 North Carolina

    Thanks for sharing this. Interesting info.
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