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Nate Poell
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Posted on Wednesday, September 21, 2005 - 06:10 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP    Ban Poster IP (Moderator/Admin only)

I've looked at both of my LHBS's and at Williams Brewing and Northern Brewer, but nobody seems to have these hops. Should I just beg my local brewpub -- whose latest beer has Palisades in it and is amazing -- for a couple ounces?
 

tim roth
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Nate-
That local pub wouldn't happen to be the Great Dane would it? I noticed a box of Palisade hops in their cooler last time I was there. I think it said Yakima Chief company, or something like that. Hope that helps. cheers, tim
 

Bill Aimonetti
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Hop Union
 

Nate Poell
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Tim- Nope, Free State Brewing Co. in Lawrence, KS. They do a beer called Hop Jack, and use a different variety every time they brew it. The current version (the one with Palisades) is very good.

Bill- It looks like Hop Union only supplies commercial breweries. Have you purchased homebrew-scale amounts of hops from them?
 

Guy C
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Try here:

http://www.homebeerwinecheese.com/domestic%20hops.htm
 

Bill Aimonetti
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Nate,
I have not tried to purchase hops directly from Hop Union. They donated a bunch of varities to us for a single hop IPA experiment & Palisades was one of them so I knew they had them.
 

Marc Rehfuss
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I'm about to transfer an IPA that used Palisade hops as flavoring and bittering soon. I was going to use them as dry hop as well, but honestly, I didn't care for the aroma too much. Centennial will be used instead.

Maybe it's because I was sniffing them side by side wit Centennial, which were much more vibrant. Palisade had sort of a Willamette nose to them, albeit more pungent.