The Hop Project

Ahtanum

Developed in Ahtanum Creek in Yakima county Washington, this hop was bred to be an aroma hop. With high levels of Myrcene and Caryophyllene it has a strong floral bouquet with hints of citrus making it ideal for late or dry hopping. With 5.7-6.3 alpha Ahtanum scores in the lower mid alpha range making it […]

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Bravo

A relatively new breed, Bravo is a second generation super alpha hop released by the Hopsteiner breeding program in 2006. With alpha acid levels between 14% and 17% Bravo is prized for extremely efficient bittering while also providing plesant fruity and floral aromas. ABV 14-17%

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Cascade

Though not technically a “special” hop, the cascade has strong and citrus flavors and aroma. As one of the early bold hops, cascade is largely responsible for changing the perception of what it means to be ‘hoppy’. IBU 51 ABV 6%

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About The Hop Project

Here at 2 Way, we believe that a large part of what makes craft beer so much fun is learning about it. And the best part of learning about craft beer is that it usually involves drinking new beers. With the latest trends in the brewing world, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by labels screaming […]

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Amarillo

The Next Hop in the Hop Project Series is now on tap! This time its Amarillo. Generally found growing wild, Amarillo has intensely fruity flavors of citrus, melon, and stone fruit. Considered “special” this american hop is proprietary, requiring a license to grow and is frequently used in american style “hop bomb” beers. IBU 55 […]

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