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Old 09-08-2011, 03:57 PM   #1
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I just happened to notice that Freshops has the first few 2011 hops up for sale! They currently have Cascade, Centennial, Golding, and Perle!


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I wanna stock up this year myself...


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I just happened to notice that Freshops has the first few 2011 hops up for sale! They currently have Cascade, Centennial, Golding, and Perle!
Those are not pellets right?
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Old 09-08-2011, 08:13 PM   #4
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The smells coming out of Rogue's hop kiln this last weekend were unbelievable. I love this time of year.
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I wish we had those around here. The smell would be heavenly...
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Those are not pellets right?
yeah, they're whole hops...that's all Freshops sells...I've ordered from them before, good company.
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The smells coming out of Rogue's hop kiln this last weekend were unbelievable. I love this time of year.
Huh, funny, I was there sunday...and yes it was amazing
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Huh, funny, I was there sunday...and yes it was amazing
Hey, since you're from Bend, make sure to reply to the Deschutes Hop Trip post on their Facebook page to reserve a 3 pound bag of fresh crystal hops if you haven't already.
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Hey, since you're from Bend, make sure to reply to the Deschutes Hop Trip post on their Facebook page to reserve a 3 pound bag of fresh crystal hops if you haven't already.
Wow, thanks alot for that, would of never known.

Along with some cascades from some friends, buillions from a ancient plant at my parents, and this, I may be pretty set for a while


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