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Welcome To Hoppin’ J’s Farm

LearN More About our hops here or set up a time to come by for a beer

 
 
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Our Hops

We’re fortunate to own land in Davie County, NC where the Yadkin River covered our property thousands of years ago, leaving our soil rich and loamy, a wonderful mixture of sand and clay. Check out our pictures and you’ll see that our first year rhizomes and plants have flourished by feeding off  the abundance of nutrients.

 

Our Story

First, you have to understand that all of us have been friends for years. Joe, Nancy, Jay and Liz, and boy are we having a blast growing these hops. We each bring talent to the hop field. Joe and Nancy are doctors by trade, but they have multiple, hidden talents. Joe is a wine connoisseur and his knowledge in that area is transferring to the hops. He has a sharp business sense and he’s our designated sales rep.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

our mission

Be the flavor that brings people together.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

THE Profiles

Origin tales, Brewing Usage, Aroma/Flavor and Types of Beer.

Our hops are sold fresh (wet) or dried.

 
 
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CHINOOK

ORIGIN: Chinook Hops was a child of the 1980's, introduced the same year as Rocky IV (Rocky vs. Ivan Drago). The USDA crossed Petham Golding with USDA 63102 variety and out came this craft brewer's delight.

BREWING USAGE: Dual-purpose Aroma and Taste

AROMA: Piney, Spicy

FLAVOR: Piney, Herbal, with a little hint of smokey

TYPES OF BEERS: Pale Ale, Porter


NUGGET

ORIGIN: First bred by the U.S.D.A. in 1970 and released in 1983, Nugget is a hybrid of Brewers Gold and a high alpha acid male.

BREWING USAGE: Bittering

AROMA: Very strong herbal and woody 

FLAVOR: Woody with a bit of resin, packs quite a punch, great for balancing more floral and citrus notes

TYPES OF BEERS: Extra Special Bitter, Pale Ale, Stout, Barley Wine

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ZeUs

ORIGIN: This variety also has other names including CTZ, which stands for Columbus, Tomahawk, and Zeus. Tomahawk is the exact same variety, while Zeus is so bitterly close that it gets lumped in. 

BREWING USAGE: Dual-purpose

AROMA: Strong dreamy aroma

FLAVOR: Bitterness kick with a hint of citrus in fresh batches

TYPES OF BEERS: Pale Ales, India Pale Ales, Stouts, and anything Imperial


Cascade

ORIGIN: This is the hops that made hops famous. It single-handedly defined the American Pale Ale style. It is a cross of English Fuggle with male originating from Russian variety Serebrianka.

BREWING USAGE: Flavoring and Aroma

AROMA: Citrus and Floral

FLAVOR: Zesty Grapefruit with soft floral and spice

TYPES OF BEERS: American Beers

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