An excellent high alpha variety which gives good bitterness.
English dual-use variety Target was released in 1992 and features a lineage including Northern Brewer and Eastwell Golding. Though being somewhat closely related, Target’s cousin, Challenger is considerably different.
Tends to be too harsh for aroma purposes late in the boil but has produced very good results when used as a dry hop in the cask.
Style Guide: Bitter, Pale Ale, Kentish Bitter, India Pale Ale, Brown Ale, American Lager
We contract and source our hops from the finest merchants and farms around the world, ensuring you get the chance to brew with the same high quality product that professional breweries use.
Using mylar bags which prevent light degradation of the hops, flushing the bags with nitrogen to remove oxygen and cold storage of them until ordered by you, ensures the hops are as fresh as possible.
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