Buldog has a large range of interesting hop pellet types for beer brewing. All our pellets are of the T90 type.
12g, packed in teabag which is sealed hermetically inside a barrier foil bag using nitrogen flush packaging.
American hops - American hops bring to mind styles such as APA, IPA and DIPA. One of the original craft types of American hops is Cascade, developed in the 1950's which later opened up for many new citrusy types such as Centennial, Chinook and Simcoe. Flavours such as Citrus, pine and tropical fruit are dominating in the American hops and with their high alpha acid content, they are also well suited as bittering hops.
English hops - English hops are often characterised by low alpha acid content and known for their herbal, flowery and fruity taste. Most of the English types are well suited for Bitters, Porters, Stouts and Brown Ales but can also be used in the American corresponding types.
French hops - French hop types are not as many as the American or English types. As Alsace was once German, this is the most common place to find the French hops growing. One of the most popular is Strisselspalt, often used in Saison and other Belgian light beers.
Czech hops - Saaz is one of the most popular hops from the Czech Republic and indeed one of the most popular types from anywhere. This is one of the noble types. Czech hops are commonly used in lagers and Saaz is one of the hops used for the famous Pilsner Urquell.
Australian hops - In the southern hemisphere, hops grow mainly in Australia and New Zealand. Down under, hops have characteristics similar to the American varieties. Often high in alpha and often with aromas of pine and tropical fruit.