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Old 03-15-2011, 01:45 AM   #1
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Default For Sale - Aged Hops For Lambic Brewing

I have a good supply of older, mostly continental and/or noble variety hops that would be great for Lambics. Everything has been kept vacuum sealed, and is 2006-2008 harvest.

Everything is $5/oz plus shipping (probably a priority mail flat rate box). PM me to arrange PayPal payment. I'll update whats available as it's sold.

Whole Leaf:

Czech Saaz, 2007, 2.5% (4 1oz bags)
US Crystal, 2007, 4.4% (2 1oz bags)
US Cascade, 2006, 6.0% (1 2oz bag)
US Fuggles, 2006, 4.7% (2 2oz bags)
Ger Hallertauer, 2007, 4.1% (1 2oz bag)
East Kent Goldings, 2008, 4.2% (4 1oz bags)
Ger Spalt, 2008, 4.1% (1 6oz bag, willing to divide)
US Tettnanger, 2007, 4.6% (2 2oz bags)
US Perle, 2007, 7.2% (1 2oz bag)
US Willamette, 2007, 5.4% (1 1oz bag)

Pellet:

East Kent Goldings, 2007, 4.0% (3 1oz bags)
Czech Saaz, 2006, 2.5% (1 1.5oz bag)
US Saaz, 2006, 4.4% (1 2 oz bag)
US Styrian Goldings, 2006, 4.7% (1 2oz bag)
Euro Styrian Goldings, 2007, 2.6% (1 2.5oz bag)
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I also have quite a bit of higher alpha US hops in similar sizes and ages. If you're interested please PM me and let me know what varieties you're interested in and I'll see what I have.

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Old 03-15-2011, 02:53 AM   #2
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$5 an oz seems a little pricey.....is it not???

Long legs means more room for beer!

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Old 03-15-2011, 03:43 AM   #3
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$5 an oz seems a little pricey.....is it not???

Long legs means more room for beer!
I would have to agree. Hops Direct sells them for $8 a pound.

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Old 03-15-2011, 07:40 AM   #4
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"Everything has been kept vacuum sealed, and is 2006-2008 harvest. "

If they were kept vacuum sealed, they're probably not suitable for lambics...

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I would just put then on a tray half sorta crumbled in the kitchen somewhere and forget about them for a while.

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I agree, I'm just saying he's justifying selling old hops for above market value because you could use them for lambics... and you can't.

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well i had no idea what the market is for them. they went in the trash last night so it's a moo point (it's like a cows opinion, it doesn't matter).

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Dude, I can't believe you trashed all them cheese curds! You could have at least given them to someone who brews Belgian style beer. Way to go!

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