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Old 07-04-2007, 07:09 PM   #1
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Default Warrior hops?

I've just been to www.northernbrewer.com and www.freshops.com and I can't find Warrior hops anywhere.

What's the deal?



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Old 07-04-2007, 07:11 PM   #2
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AHS has them. Pellet and leaf. Also one of the only places I could find Crystal hops.



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OK, thanks. I was beginning to think they went by another name or something.

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OK, thanks. I was beginning to think they went by another name or something.
Kampfmacher perhaps?

I get my Warrior hops at Austin Home Brew also.

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Old 07-04-2007, 07:33 PM   #5
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Yeah,Me too.I went Monday to the LHBS and was looking for Warrior hops for a #9 clone and was told that "those aren't available anymore" I being somewhat new to the art of homebrew asked what could be used instead-I was told that Williamette hops are very close and that the amount being used would not adversely effect my batch.
Where did the Warrior hops go ? Was the brew shop guy correct in his advice ? Shane

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If you're using the williamette for finishing, you'll be okay. But if the warrior is the bittering hop, you'll need a lot more williamette to hit the same level of bitterness. Check the alpha acid %. Usually warrior is around 16% and williamette around 6%--a big difference.

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Yep, the Warrior I used for my Stone Clone was 16.4% from AHS.

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You might try Tomahawk. It's similar with slightly higher cohumulone levels and not as aromatic.

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I was told that Williamette hops are very close
Alphabetically, yes.
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Well,Turns out I do need the Warrior hops for the 60 minute boil.... appears the Williamettes just aren't gonna do. Anybody have a 1/2 oz. Warriors they'd be willing to send a fellow brewer ? Lemme know. Thanks in advance. Shane



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