It's debatable, but I'd say years If stored properly. I just used Galena hops that were 5 years old (vacuum sealed and frozen) in the best IPA I've ever made. Brulosophy did an experiment on hop age that you may find interesting...
Adventures in Homebrewing has 1lb bags of Cascade hop pellets for $6.99+ shipping. These are the 2016 crop. Shipping was a flat $11 for me, no matter how many bags I ordered.
Finally brewed this one today. I substituted The hopshot, nugget and Chinook additions with Galena pellets because I have a ton on hand. It's bubbling away like crazy and smells amazing. I'll be sure to post impressions in a month or so.
I've been to 14 of these cities and Stockholm is hands down the most expensive I've seen. It's way more expensive than NYC and Paris. $8+ was the norm. Not only that, but beers purchased in store are also very low ABV and relatively expensive (all sold individually). I've attached a pic I took...
My wife believes she's allergic to hops. She hasn't been diagnosed, but she sneezes and coughs while drinking some APAs and pretty much all IPAs, regardless of the type of hops. She finds a way to power through it though.
10 Gallons of GLBC Christmas Ale clone
15 Gallons of Centennial Blonde
10 Gallons of Bee Cave Brewery Haus Pale Ale
10 Gallons of Dragonmead Final Absolution clone
5 Gallons of Mr Cheeks Citra/Simcoe IPA
Yeah, I hate brewing over the winter. I build up a pipeline and keg them over the winter (I...
Hello. I used the same grain bill as the OP, but upped the ginger to 2.8oz and used WLP500 only because because that's what I had on hand (I didn't feel like going to the homebrew shop). I made 10 gallons of the original recipe last year and it was very good.