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Argentina Cascade. These Argentinian-grown Cascades are not like American Cascade - they have a very mellow and sweet character that reminds us of lemon grass, with herbal, peppery, and spicy undertones. (0 votes)
Cascade. Cascade is overwhelmingly popular among US microbrewers. Its unmistakable grapefruity-citrus aroma makes this one of the easiest hops to recognize. (6 votes)
Challenger. Mild, resiny English aroma hop (2 votes)
Fuggle. Classic English aroma hop. Use in all English beers: pale ale, brown ale, porter, stout. (8 votes)
Goldings. Classic English aroma hop. Mild and floral aroma. (3 votes)
Hallertau Hersbrucker (German). Hersbrucker has a very pleasant, spicy, earthy aroma. (9 votes)
Sterling. Sterling is gaining favor in some breweries for its fair bittering potential and excellent aroma and flavor. (2 votes)
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