New Zealand Waimea Hop Pellets

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New Zealand Waimea Hop Pellets

SKU HP127

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$1.69

Product Details

Waimea Hop Pellets for your home brewed IPAs.
This high-alpha hop is full of pleasant surprises, bursting with intense fresh tangelo, citrus fruit and pine needle character. With new world flavor and excellent dual-purpose ability, Waimea is suitable across a wide range of styles, from dry-hopping IPAs to bold bittering.

Catalog SKU HP127

Additional Information

SKU HP127,HP127E
Hops Format Pellet Hops
Country of Origin New Zealand/Pacific

Customer Reviews

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joshua s.
Not bad, but maybe not for beginners

This was the third recipe kit I've ordered. It was easy to make and did great right up to bottling. The day I went to bottle it I noticed that the golden, bright, orange juice color had started to darken just a little. It tasted OK, so I bottled it.

After sitting in the bottle for 2 weeks, it poured a muddy orange brown. It still smelled good but had a really skunky finish. I had to do a lot of Googling to figure out what went wrong.

My issue with the product is that the instructions didn't provide any info or additional details that could have prevented this. Since then, I've noticed that's a recurring theme with recipe kit instructions. I now find info online or in books which is much more thorough and produces better and more consistent results.

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zando
Dank NZ hops

I have used these hops in a pineapple cider on a number of occasions. Great citrus/tropical fruit notes. I use them purely for dry hopping, but i think these would be great in almost any hoppy application.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
50%
(1)
0%
(0)
50%
(1)
0%
(0)
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j
joshua s.
Not bad, but maybe not for beginners

This was the third recipe kit I've ordered. It was easy to make and did great right up to bottling. The day I went to bottle it I noticed that the golden, bright, orange juice color had started to darken just a little. It tasted OK, so I bottled it.

After sitting in the bottle for 2 weeks, it poured a muddy orange brown. It still smelled good but had a really skunky finish. I had to do a lot of Googling to figure out what went wrong.

My issue with the product is that the instructions didn't provide any info or additional details that could have prevented this. Since then, I've noticed that's a recurring theme with recipe kit instructions. I now find info online or in books which is much more thorough and produces better and more consistent results.

z
zando
Dank NZ hops

I have used these hops in a pineapple cider on a number of occasions. Great citrus/tropical fruit notes. I use them purely for dry hopping, but i think these would be great in almost any hoppy application.