Friday, October 10, 2008

Hop Exchange

With all this talk of the hop shortage over the year, I would pick up hops 8oz at a time when I would see them. Well, they added up pretty quickly. I have a pretty large surplus of American hops. My one issue is I would like to start brewing some Belgian and German style ales. So now I am looking to trade. If anyone has some extra Noble, English, German, Czech hops they would like to trade, shoot me an email or leave a comment.

I created a spreadsheet with my inventory of hops of Google. You can find that here: http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=puk-OXBpKGkQ_oMU4mQrwSw

Here is a quick graph that should be up to date with all my varieties.

5 comments:

Ward said...

Hi,

I've got some Vanguard Whole Hops that I'd be willing to trade. I've got a 4 oz nitro packed (oxygen barrier bagged) by morebeer.

Vanguards are very similar to Hallertau.

Interested?

-Ward

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Leurne said...

I would like to know... Could you send some rhizome in France :D
It's very difficult to find US varieties...
And however... US varities is so interesting to brew (like IPA, my favorit style ;p)

My website: http://brassam.redheberg.com/

but all in French ;)

see you!

Teo atGlipho said...

Fantastic blog! You really know how to brew a good beer, it's fascinating reading through all your methods and techniques!
I realise you haven't updated here in a very long time, but perhaps I could persuade you to give it a second life over on Glipho? We're a new social blogging site with an active community of creative writers- we are always on the look out for unique and interesting blogs like yours! I know I've always fancied setting up a microbrewery, and I'm sure a lot of our users would too- your blog is a real wealth of educational knowledge! You can import all your posts to Glipho without affecting your old blog at all, so it's pretty easy- come say hello at http://glipho.com if you have a minute!

Thanks for your time, and I hope you return to blogging soon!

All the best,

Teo

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