Brewers Gold Hops Rhizomes
Alpha 8-10% (bittering)
Sister to Bullion, ancestor to most major high alpha varieties, developed from a wild Manitoba hop in late 1950s. Brewer’s Gold does very well in BC, being vigorous, hardy and productive. It’s a great choice for high IBU beers!
Aroma is blackcurrant, slightly spicy.
Agronomy: Late harvest, high yield potential (1500-2400 lb/ac), excellent pickability.
Poor storage after harvest, susceptible to powdery mildew.
Discount per Quantity
|50 - 99||5%||$6.18|
|100 - 199||10%||$5.85|
|200 - 399||15%||$5.53|
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Hops Rhizomes are sections of the plant’s underground stem which put out both sprouts and roots. We ensure that there are at least two bud nodes per rhizome we ship. They are shipped bare-root, packed in moist peat moss to preserve viability. Ideally, hops rhizomes should look very dormant when they arrive, or with only very small shoots visible – this ensures that all their energy is waiting for them to get in the ground.