HOPS PELLET & CO2 HOPS EXTRACT

FOR YOUR GREAT BEER!

MANDARINA BAVARIA HOPS PELLETS – GERMANY

HALLERTAU PERLE HOPS PELLETS – GERMANY

STYRIAN GOLDING B (BOBEK) HOPS PELLETS – SLOVENIA

SUPER STYRIAN AURORA HOPS PELLETS – SLOVENIA

STYRIAN SAVINJSKI GOLDING HOPS PELLETS – SLOVENIA

HALLERTAU MITTELFRÜH HOPS PELLETS – GERMANY

HALLERTAUER HERKULES HOPS PELLETS – GERMANY

SPALTER HOPS PELLETS – GERMANY

HALLERTAUER MAGNUM HOPS PELLETS – GERMANY

SUPER STYRIAN AURORA T45 HOPS PELLETS – SLOVENIA

STYRIAN GOLDING CELEIA HOPS PELLETS – SLOVENIA

CRYSTAL HOPS PELLETS – USA

SAAZ HOPS PELLETS – CZECH

HALLERTAU BLANC HOPS PELLETS – GERMANY

HERSBRUKER HOPS PELLETS – GERMANY

EAST KENT GOLDING HOPS PELLETS – UK

AMARILLO HOPS PELLETS – USA

BREWER’S GOLD HOPS PELLETS – USA

CASCADE HOPS PELLETS – USA

CENTENNIAL HOPS PELLETS – USA

CHINOOK HOPS PELLETS – USA

CITRA HOPS PELLETS – USA

COLUMBUS HOPS PELLETS – USA

FALCONER’S FLIGHT® HOPS PELLETS – USA

FUGGLE HOPS PELLETS – UK

MILLENNIUM HOPS PELLETS – USA

WAKATU HOPS PELLETS – USA

WILLAMETTE HOPS PELLETS – USA

SIMCOE HOPS PELLETS – USA

GALENA HOPS PELLETS – USA

NORTHERN BREWER HOPS PELLETS – USA

NELSON SAUVIN HOPS PELLETS – NZ

MOSAIC HOPS PELLETS – USA

GREEN BULLET HOPS PELLETS – NZ

STERLING HOPS PELLETS – USA

CHALLENGER HOPS PELLETS – USA

TETTNANG HOPS PELLETS – GERMANY

HALLERTAU HOPS PELLETS – GERMANY

ADMIRAL HOPS PELLETS – UK

MOTUEKA HOPS PELLETS – NZ

TARGET HOPS PELLETS – UK

MT. HOOD HOPS PELLETS – USA

NUGGET HOPS PELLETS – USA

SUMMIT HOPS PELLETS – USA

SELECT HOPS PELLETS – GERMANY

HUELL MELON HOPS PELLETS – GERMANY

SAPHIR HOPS PELLETS – GERMANY

BREWERS GOLD HOPS PELLETS – GERMANY

AHTANUM™ HOPS PELLETS – USA

EKUANOT™ HOPS PELLETS – USA

FALCONER’S FLIGHT 7C’S® HOPS PELLETS – USA

GLACIER HOPS PELLETS – USA

LORAL™ HOPS PELLETS – USA

PALISADE® HOPS PELLETS – USA

WARRIOR® HOPS PELLETS – USA

ZYTHOS® HOPS PELLETS – USA

VANGUARD HOPS PELLETS – USA

GALAXY HOPS PELLETS – AUSTRALIA

TOPAZ HOPS PELLETS – AUSTRALIA

SORACHI ACE HOPS PELLETS – USA

HORIZON HOPS PELLETS – USA

CTZ HOPS PELLETS – USA

SABRO™ HOP PELLETS – USA

EKUANOT® HOP PELLETS – USA

MOSAIC LUPUL LN2® HOP PELLETS – USA

CITRA LUPUL LN2® HOP PELLETS – USA

HALLERATU TRADITON – HOPS PELLETS

CO2 MAGNUM HOPS EXTRACT

ISOMERIZED HOPS EXTRACT

Slovenia is Europe’s third largest hops producer (and sixth in the world). Most Slovene hops are exported to premium breweries in Belgium and Germany. Agricultural Association of Petrovče is one of the largest producers in Slovenia.

Our primary focus is Big Breweries, Micro Breweries, craft-breweries. We also sell to distributors, home-brew supply stores and home/hobby brew enthusiasts.

* Actual number varies by crop year due to weather pattern and a little by the farm also (based on micro-climate). Contact for specific numbers for a given year/order.

WIKI:

Hops are the female flowers (also called seed cones or strobiles) of the hop plant, Humulus lupulus.

They are used primarily as a flavoring and stability agent in beer, to which they impart a bitter, tangy flavor, though hops are also used for various purposes in other beverages and herbal medicine.

In the Middle Ages beers tended to be of a very low alcohol content (small beer) and were commonly consumed as a safer alternative to untreated water.

Each village tended to have one or more small breweries with a barley field and a hop garden in close vicinity[citation needed].

Early documents include mention of a hop garden in the will of Charlemagne’s father, Pepin III. However, the first documented use of hops in beer as a flavoring agent is from the 11th century[citation needed].

Before this period, brewers used a wide variety of bitter herbs and flowers, including dandelion, burdock root, marigold, horehound (the German name for horehound means “mountain hops”), ground ivy, and heather.

Hops are used extensively in brewing for their antibacterial effect that favors the activity of brewer’s yeast over less desirable microorganisms and for many purported benefits, including balancing the sweetness of the malt with bitterness, contributing a variety of desirable flavors and aromas[citation needed].

Historically, traditional herb combinations for beers were believed to have been abandoned when beers made with hops were noticed to be less prone to spoilage.

Ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hops

QUICK CONTACT

1 + 7 = ?