Your List

Hops I'm interested in:

INDIE HOPS VARIETIES

PUBLIC VARIETIES

CONTACT INFORMATION







    USDA

    Willamette

    BREWING PROFILE

    The star aroma hop of Anheuser-Busch for decades, this little package of flowers, herbs, and mild spice simply loves to make beer taste amazing.

    See brewing notes by beer style
    • Pack Types

    • Pellets
    • Whole Cone Hops
    List
    Salmon-Safe

    95% of our hops are certified Salmon-Safe, reducing watershed impacts and protecting our wildlife.

     

    BREWING NOTES BY BEER STYLE

    Endless possibilities. Here are a few that are tried and true.

    Flavor Tip: Helles / Pils / Kölsch

    Well proven in light American lagers, Willamette is just as well suited to more flavorful versions of lager beer. It may not jump out at you and announce its presence, but it will just taste great! A humble star indeed.

    Flavor Tip: Pale Ale

    Enough of the lovely combination that is floral, herbal and spice exists in Willamette to light up a Pale Ale in a rather English fashion.

    Flavor Tip: Blonde / Summer Wheat Ale

    If you’re looking for a hop that won’t steal the show, but will make the show more exciting, Willamette is a great choice for these summer crushers.

    Fresh flavor for your brew!

    PELLET PACKS
    Type 90 Pellets
    5 kg /11 lbs ; 10 kg /22 lbs ; and 20 kg /44 lbs
    Nitrogen flushed vacuumed-sealed foils
    WHOLE CONE HOPS
    Full 200 lb bales (synthetic woven covers)
    50 lb - ¼ bales in nitrogen flushed vacuum-sealed foils
    12 lb - Mini bales in nitrogen flushed vacuum-sealed foils

    Chemistry

    Alpha Acid
    5 - 8%
    Beta Acid
    3 - 5%
    Cohumulone
    29 - 35%
    Total Oil
    0.8 - 1.2mls/100g
    Myrcene
    45 - 50%
    Humulene
    18 - 22%
    Caryophyllene
    6 - 7%
    Farnesene
    4 - 6%

    ORIGINS

    Willamette

    Named for the valley in which it was born, Willamette was the primary aroma hop in Anheuser-Busch beers for years. This fantastic USDA cross on Old English Fuggle is a winner in beer.  Craft brewers know a good thing when they smell it too, embracing Willamette as a beautiful hop for low gravity beers.