Hop Varieties Chart from the latest Zymurgy

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Anthony_Lopez

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If you guys don't already have it, I went ahead and scanned it so I can print it for my recipe database.
 

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Is there some kind of hop family tree/lineage kind of thing? That would be really cool to see what hops are hybrids of others/why all in one place.
 

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Is there some kind of hop family tree/lineage kind of thing? That would be really cool to see what hops are hybrids of others/why all in one place.
+1! I am a big fan of the answers to a question but having at least a rudimentary understanding of why the answer is what it is... and I like charts and pictures!
 

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I had a PDF file a couple of days ago, with lots of charts and ancestry information about British hops. Sadly, I can't find it now. There's an article here, though, that some people might find interesting.
 

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I never see Summit in these charts, is it too new/rare or something?
 

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Fuggle is interesting

Seedling found in the hop yard of George Stace at
Horsmonden, Kent, England, in 1861 and introduced by
Richard Fuggle of Benchley in 1875.
 
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