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Old 10-06-2008, 02:26 PM   #1
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Default Anyone buy their 08 hops yet?

If you did, what did you get? I am about to place an order with Freshhops. I'm getting:

10 oz Amarillo
14 oz Centennial
8 oz Chinook
8 oz Crystal
16 oz Fuggle
6 oz Golding
6 oz Magnum
6 oz Nugget
2 oz Sorachi Ace
2 oz Sterling
5 oz Willamette


So lets see what you are stocking up on!


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Old 10-06-2008, 02:43 PM   #2
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If you did, what did you get? I am about to place an order with Freshhops. I'm getting:

10 oz Amarillo
14 oz Centennial
8 oz Chinook
8 oz Crystal
16 oz Fuggle
6 oz Golding
6 oz Magnum
6 oz Nugget
2 oz Sorachi Ace
2 oz Sterling
5 oz Willamette
So lets see what you are stocking up on!
Amarillo, Centennial, Fuggle, Magnum, Willamette.

Anybody see any Simcoe whole?


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Harvested about 1# each Cascades and Centennial and about 5oz each of Chinook and Willamette after my freshhop ale.
A think between the harvest and my leftovers I am good for another year.

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I received mine last week.

1lb Amarillo
8oz each Cascade, Centennial, Magnum, and Sterling.

I still have about half of my order from 07 left, so I cut back a bit on my purchase this year.
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8oz Cascade
8oz Amarillo
4oz Goldings
4oz Perle
2oz Sorachi Ace ( I want to try these in a Wit)

from freshops, should get here early this week. Hooray!!
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I received mine last week.

1lb Amarillo
8oz each Cascade, Centennial, Magnum, and Sterling.

I still have about half of my order from 07 left, so I cut back a bit on my purchase this year.
what did a pound of Amarillo set you back??
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I got 2# cascade, 2# amarillo, 1# goldings, and 1# Mt.Hood. I should be set for quite awhile. Man I love Hopsdirect!

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Product Number Description Price Quantity Ordered
HOPSAM 2008 Amarillo hops (max.-32 oz.) $2.00
HOPSCA 2008 Cascade (max. 32 oz.) $2.00
HOPSCE 2008 Centennial hops (max. 32 oz.) $2.25
HOPSCH 2008 Chinook hops (max. 32 oz.) $2.00
HOPSCR 2008 Crystal hops (max. 32 oz.) $2.00
HOPSFU 2008 Fuggle hops (max. 32 oz) $2.00
HOPSFU7 2007 Fuggle hops (max. 32 oz.) $1.80
HOPSGO 2008 Golding hops (max. 32 oz.) $2.00
HOPSMA 2008 Magnum hops (max. 32 oz.) $2.25
HOPSMH 2008 Mt. Hood hops (max. 32 oz.) $2.00
HOPSNU 2008 Nugget hops (max. 32 oz.) $2.25
HOPSPE 2008 Perle hops (max. 32 oz.) $2.00
HOPSPE7 2007 Perle hops $1.80
HOPSSO 2008 Sorachi Ace hops (max. 32 oz.) $2.25
HOPSST 2008 Sterling hops (max. 32 oz.) $2.00
HOPSWI 2008 Willamette hops (max. 32 oz.) $2.00
HOPSWI7 2007 Willamette hops $1.60
HOPSWZU 2008 Zeus hops- Columbus type (max. 32 oz.) $2.25
HOPSXNZH 2008 Organic New Zealand Hallertauer hops (max.-16 oz.) $2.25
HOPSXPG 2008 Organic Pacific Gem hops (max.-16 oz.) $2.25
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8oz each of amarillo, crystal, mt. hood, magnum, and zeus. I bought up about 6# of 2007 hops for really cheap a few months back so I should be set for about three years.
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32 dollars. Plus shipping. Freshops.com


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