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Old 10-19-2011, 10:28 PM   #1
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Default Where's the Leaf Hops Amarillo!

Does anyone have it yet/anymore? I can't seem to find it! Looking to get a couple of lbs... Thanks!

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Old 10-19-2011, 10:37 PM   #2
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I got a pound from hops direct, but it is looking like they sold out of most of their popular hops really fast this year. Farmhouse would be the 2nd place I would go for a pound. Fresh Hops has some but the total you can order is pretty low.

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I just had them growing in my backyard a month ago but now in my freezer....whoops

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Just bought some from Freshops.com. Not the cheapest but they have them.

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Just bought some from Freshops.com. Not the cheapest but they have them.
Just got some too. Like you said, not the cheapest but they had simcoe, citra, and amarillo. Those hops are already frikkin gone almost everywhere
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Thanks for the help guys...

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Just got some too. Like you said, not the cheapest but they had simcoe, citra, and amarillo. Those hops are already frikkin gone almost everywhere
Yep, splitting a pound of each with a friend. Along with cascade and centennial. ;-)

Time to start growing our own.
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Yep, splitting a pound of each with a friend. Along with cascade and centennial. ;-)

Time to start growing our own.
No kidding... my hop bill last year was almost $150
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