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Postby middleTspeer » Thu Aug 15, 2013 9:21 am

I have a lot of hops and no time to pick them. I have cascade, Willamette, some northern, and some centennial all free to a good home. I plan to be at the meeting tonight if you would to talk to me then about having fresh hops.
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Postby tony b » Thu Aug 15, 2013 2:26 pm

I, too, have a bumper crop of Cascades going right now. So, I need to clean out the freezer of past crops. I'll bring some to the meeting tonight for anyone who wants some dried Cascade.
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Postby kurtford » Sat Aug 17, 2013 11:54 pm

I also have too many cascade hops, which I will be making a fresh cascade hop juice with the ones I pick but have extra amount of fresh hops if anybody is interested. I will pick what I don't use and bring it to the Sept meeting. On a side note, I might be bringing cascade hop rhizomes to the October meeting if I end up transplanting more plants.
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Postby brianhall1024 » Sun Aug 18, 2013 4:24 pm

Sorry I am a newbie to all of these hop varieties, I know that Cascade and Centennial have strong grapefruit characteristics but what about Willamette and Northern? Please feel free to correct me if I am incorrect on my understanding.
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