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    Helga is a true Australian aroma hop with a German accent, bred in 1986 with the aim of offering similar brewing characteristics to Hallertau Mittelfreuh. Formerly known as Southern Hallertau, Helga is produced in Tasmania and is described as having delicate floral and subtle herbal notes. Delicate Floral & Herbal

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    Bred at Wye College, released in 1976, and the most widely grown British hop. Tiny, deep green cones give a good bitter profile, not ideal for late hopping but can be a successful dry hop. Aromas reflect fresh green sage, spicy and peppery, hints of citrus marmalade. Spicy & Citrussy

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    Endeavour is a newly bred dwarf variety from a cross made in 2002 at Wye Hops in the UK. This variety imparts unique English flavour notes to beer – like citrus, spicy and red fruits. Early tests show it to be resistant to powdery and downy mildews.Unique English aroma with spicy 

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    Summit is a dwarf high-alpha variety bred by the American Dwarf Hop Assocoation in the US. Released in 2003, Summit has a strong aroma profile which includes citrus and grapefruit notes. Strong Citrus & Grapefruit

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    Cluster is one of the oldest varieties grown in the US. The rootstock origin is uncertain. Until the late 1970's, Cluster was one of the only few varieties growing in the US and was planted to most of the hop acerage. Alpha acid content is medium, aroma is strong and storage stability of the alpha acids is among the best in the world. Strong, Floral & Spicy

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