Hops

Cryo and T90 Pellets

From trusted suppliers such as Charles Faram and Yakima Chief Hops

Vacuum sealed in Mylar foil bags for freshness 

2017 Falconer's Flight / 7 C's T90 Pellet 100g

Developed by Hopunion LLC in 2011, Falconer's Flight hop pellets are an exclusive proprietary hop blend created to honor and support the legacy of Northwest brewing legend, Glen Hay Falconer. The blend includes 7 popular "C" hop varieties Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, Citra®, Cluster, Columbus and Crystal plus additional experimental varietiesThese hop pellets are an excellent complement to many IPA and Pale Ale-oriented hop varieties.Characteristics: strong fruit and citrus characteristics with layers of spicy and earthy overtonesHarvest: 2017Alpha Acid: 9%For more info, see British Hops hereWhy are they called T90 hop pellets?The Type 90 pellet is made from dried hop cone powder that has been pelletized. It is called "Type 90" as there is approximately 10% wastage in the production process i.e. 100 kg of dried hop cone equates to 90 kg of pellets.Are leaf hops better than pellets?This one massively divides opinion but not at London Beer Lab. We fall very much on the pellets better than leaf side. There's a few reasons. Firstly, due to their concentrated form they degrade much slower than leaf when stored in non ideal surroundings i.e. your left over hops will still be worth using next time you go to brew. Secondly, they're much easier to vacuum pack and store, allowing for a bigger selection of hops from a central London location. Thirdly and this will sound paranoid, it feels as though in the UK that the hops we receive on occasion may underwhelm based on previous experiences of said variety - I have only had this happen with leaf but the disappointment is beyond comprehension and thus does not bear repeating.How are these hops packaged?When we have excess of a hop after a commercial brew or from our workshops, we vacuum seal these hops in mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own pilot brews.

£2.00

Ahtanum T90 Pellet 100g

Bred by Select Botanicals Group, Ahtanum™ is an aroma-type cultivar used for its aromatic properties and moderate bittering. The hop is named after the location where Charles Carpenter established the first hop farm east of the Cascade Mountains in Washington State in 1869.Characteristics: citrus, grapefruit and geraniumHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 5%For more info, see the Yakima Chief website hereWhy are they called T90 hop pellets?The Type 90 pellet is made from dried hop cone powder that has been pelletized. It is called "Type 90" as there is approximately 10% wastage in the production process i.e. 100 kg of dried hop cone equates to 90 kg of pellets.Are leaf hops better than pellets?This one massively divides opinion but not at London Beer Lab. We fall very much on the pellets better than leaf side. There's a few reasons. Firstly, due to their concentrated form they degrade much slower than leaf when stored in non ideal surroundings i.e. your left over hops will still be worth using next time you go to brew. Secondly, they're much easier to vacuum pack and store, allowing for a bigger selection of hops from a central London location. From experience pelletized hops tend to offer much better consistency harvest after harvest.How are these hops packaged?We receive hops in 5kg vacuum sealed bales. We then vacuum seal these hops in Mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own brewing.

£5.00

Ahtanum T90 Pellet 100g

Bred by Select Botanicals Group, Ahtanum™ is an aroma-type cultivar used for its aromatic properties and moderate bittering. The hop is named after th...
£5.00

Archer T90 Pellet 100g

Classic British aroma with a citrus twistCharacteristics: Floral, lime and peachHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 3.7%For more info, see British Hops hereWhy are they called T90 hop pellets?The Type 90 pellet is made from dried hop cone powder that has been pelletized. It is called "Type 90" as there is approximately 10% wastage in the production process i.e. 100 kg of dried hop cone equates to 90 kg of pellets.Are leaf hops better than pellets?This one massively divides opinion but not at London Beer Lab. We fall very much on the pellets better than leaf side. There's a few reasons. Firstly, due to their concentrated form they degrade much slower than leaf when stored in non ideal surroundings i.e. your left over hops will still be worth using next time you go to brew. Secondly, they're much easier to vacuum pack and store, allowing for a bigger selection of hops from a central London location. When it comes to making beer whether they are added in the kettle or as dry hops they fully dissolve and offer a much larger contact surface with the boiling wort/fermenting beer thereby transferring maximum amounts of their properties to the finished product. Finally from experience pelletized hops tend to offer much better consistency harvest after harvest.How are these hops packaged? We receive hops in 5kg vacuum sealed bales. We then vacuum seal these hops in Mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own brewing.

£3.50

Archer T90 Pellet 100g

Classic British aroma with a citrus twistCharacteristics: Floral, lime and peachHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 3.7%For more info, see British Hops hereWhy a...
£3.50

Blanc T90 Pellet 100g

Released in 2012, Hallertau Blanc is one of several new German varieties with bold flavor profiles, perfect for American-style AlesCharacteristics: floral and fruity with passion fruit, grapefruit, pineapple, grape and lemongrass overtonesHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 5.9%Why are they called T90 hop pellets?The Type 90 pellet is made from dried hop cone powder that has been pelletized. It is called "Type 90" as there is approximately 10% wastage in the production process i.e. 100 kg of dried hop cone equates to 90 kg of pellets.Are leaf hops better than pellets?This one massively divides opinion but not at London Beer Lab. We fall very much on the pellets better than leaf side. There's a few reasons. Firstly, due to their concentrated form they degrade much slower than leaf when stored in non ideal surroundings i.e. your left over hops will still be worth using next time you go to brew. Secondly, they're much easier to vacuum pack and store, allowing for a bigger selection of hops from a central London location. From experience pelletized hops tend to offer much better consistency harvest after harvest.How are these hops packaged?We receive hops in 5kg vacuum sealed bales. We then vacuum seal these hops in Mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own brewing.

£4.50

Blanc T90 Pellet 100g

Released in 2012, Hallertau Blanc is one of several new German varieties with bold flavor profiles, perfect for American-style AlesCharacteristics: fl...
£4.50

Cascade T90 Pellet 100g

The most influential hop in the craft brewing industry's recent history and still one of the most popular to this dayCharacteristics: Floral, citrus and grapefruitHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 4.7%For more info, see Yakima Chief hereWhy are they called T90 hop pellets?The Type 90 pellet is made from dried hop cone powder that has been pelletized. It is called "Type 90" as there is approximately 10% wastage in the production process i.e. 100 kg of dried hop cone equates to 90 kg of pellets.Are leaf hops better than pellets?This one massively divides opinion but not at London Beer Lab. We fall very much on the pellets better than leaf side. There's a few reasons. Firstly, due to their concentrated form they degrade much slower than leaf when stored in non ideal surroundings i.e. your left over hops will still be worth using next time you go to brew. Secondly, they're much easier to vacuum pack and store, allowing for a bigger selection of hops from a central London location. Thirdly and this will sound paranoid, it feels as though in the UK that the hops we receive on occasion may underwhelm based on previous experiences of said variety - I have only had this happen with leaf but the disappointment is beyond comprehension and thus does not bear repeating.How are these hops packaged?When we have excess of a hop after a commercial brew or from our workshops, we vacuum seal these hops in mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own pilot brews.

£5.50

Cascade T90 Pellet 100g

The most influential hop in the craft brewing industry's recent history and still one of the most popular to this dayCharacteristics: Floral, citrus a...
£5.50

Challenger T90 Pellet 100g

Excellent all-round hop which has proved extremely popular. Released in 1972 by Wye College in the UK its Aunt is Northdown and its Grandmother is Northern Brewer.Characteristics: spicy, cedar, green tea aroma with sweet floral flavour notesHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 7%For more info, see British Hops hereWhy are they called T90 hop pellets?The Type 90 pellet is made from dried hop cone powder that has been pelletized. It is called "Type 90" as there is approximately 10% wastage in the production process i.e. 100 kg of dried hop cone equates to 90 kg of pellets.Are leaf hops better than pellets?This one massively divides opinion but not at London Beer Lab. We fall very much on the pellets better than leaf side. There's a few reasons. Firstly, due to their concentrated form they degrade much slower than leaf when stored in non ideal surroundings i.e. your left over hops will still be worth using next time you go to brew. Secondly, they're much easier to vacuum pack and store, allowing for a bigger selection of hops from a central London location. When it comes to making beer whether they are added in the kettle or as dry hops they fully dissolve and offer a much larger contact surface with the boiling wort/fermenting beer thereby transferring maximum amounts of their properties to the finished product. Finally from experience pelletized hops tend to offer much better consistency harvest after harvest.How are these hops packaged? We receive hops in 5kg vacuum sealed bales. We then vacuum seal these hops in Mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own brewing.

£3.75

Challenger T90 Pellet 100g

Excellent all-round hop which has proved extremely popular. Released in 1972 by Wye College in the UK its Aunt is Northdown and its Grandmother is Nor...
£3.75

Chinook T90 Pellet 100g

Dual purpose hopCharacteristics: grapefruit, spice and pineHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 13%For more info, see Yakima Chief hereWhy are they called T90 hop pellets?The Type 90 pellet is made from dried hop cone powder that has been pelletized. It is called "Type 90" as there is approximately 10% wastage in the production process i.e. 100 kg of dried hop cone equates to 90 kg of pellets.Are leaf hops better than pellets?This one massively divides opinion but not at London Beer Lab. We fall very much on the pellets better than leaf side. There's a few reasons. Firstly, due to their concentrated form they degrade much slower than leaf when stored in non ideal surroundings i.e. your left over hops will still be worth using next time you go to brew. Secondly, they're much easier to vacuum pack and store, allowing for a bigger selection of hops from a central London location. Thirdly and this will sound paranoid, it feels as though in the UK that the hops we receive on occasion may underwhelm based on previous experiences of said variety - I have only had this happen with leaf but the disappointment is beyond comprehension and thus does not bear repeating.How are these hops packaged?When we have excess of a hop after a commercial brew or from our workshops, we vacuum seal these hops in mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own pilot brews.

£5.00

Chinook T90 Pellet 100g

Dual purpose hopCharacteristics: grapefruit, spice and pineHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 13%For more info, see Yakima Chief hereWhy are they called T90 hop...
£5.00

Citra T90 Pellets 100g

Big citrus flavours.Characteristics: Grapefruit, melon, lime, passionfruitHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 11-14%For more info, see Yakima Chief hereHow are these hops packaged?When we have excess of a hop after a commercial brew or from our workshops, we vacuum seal these hops in mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own pilot brews.

£6.50

Citra T90 Pellets 100g

Big citrus flavours.Characteristics: Grapefruit, melon, lime, passionfruitHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 11-14%For more info, see Yakima Chief hereHow are t...
£6.50

Citra T90 Pellets 500g

Big citrus flavours.Characteristics: Grapefruit, melon, lime, passionfruitHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 11-14%For more info, see Yakima Chief hereHow are these hops packaged?When we have excess of a hop after a commercial brew or from our workshops, we vacuum seal these hops in mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own pilot brews.

£24.00

Citra T90 Pellets 500g

Big citrus flavours.Characteristics: Grapefruit, melon, lime, passionfruitHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 11-14%For more info, see Yakima Chief hereHow are t...
£24.00

Columbus T90 Pellet 100g

Columbus is a high alpha variety and a descendant of Nugget.Characteristics: grapefruit, citrusy, herbal and earthy notesHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 10%For more info, see the Yakima Chief website hereWhy are they called T90 hop pellets?The Type 90 pellet is made from dried hop cone powder that has been pelletized. It is called "Type 90" as there is approximately 10% wastage in the production process i.e. 100 kg of dried hop cone equates to 90 kg of pellets.Are leaf hops better than pellets?This one massively divides opinion but not at London Beer Lab. We fall very much on the pellets better than leaf side. There's a few reasons. Firstly, due to their concentrated form they degrade much slower than leaf when stored in non ideal surroundings i.e. your left over hops will still be worth using next time you go to brew. Secondly, they're much easier to vacuum pack and store, allowing for a bigger selection of hops from a central London location. When it comes to making beer whether they are added in the kettle or as dry hops they fully dissolve and offer a much larger contact surface with the boiling wort/fermenting beer thereby transferring maximum amounts of their properties to the finished product. Finally from experience pelletized hops tend to offer much better consistency harvest after harvest.How are these hops packaged?We receive hops in 5kg vacuum sealed bales. We then vacuum seal these hops in Mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own brewing.

£4.00

Columbus T90 Pellet 100g

Columbus is a high alpha variety and a descendant of Nugget.Characteristics: grapefruit, citrusy, herbal and earthy notesHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 10%F...
£4.00

East Kent Goldings T90 Pellet 100g

Dual purpose, floral, honey, earthyCharacteristics: Floral, spicy, honey, earthyHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 5.1%For more info, see British Hops hereWhy are they called T90 hop pellets?The Type 90 pellet is made from dried hop cone powder that has been pelletized. It is called "Type 90" as there is approximately 10% wastage in the production process i.e. 100 kg of dried hop cone equates to 90 kg of pellets.Are leaf hops better than pellets?This one massively divides opinion but not at London Beer Lab. We fall very much on the pellets better than leaf side. There's a few reasons. Firstly, due to their concentrated form they degrade much slower than leaf when stored in non ideal surroundings i.e. your left over hops will still be worth using next time you go to brew. Secondly, they're much easier to vacuum pack and store, allowing for a bigger selection of hops from a central London location. Thirdly and this will sound paranoid, it feels as though in the UK that the hops we receive on occasion may underwhelm based on previous experiences of said variety - I have only had this happen with leaf but the disappointment is beyond comprehension and thus does not bear repeating.How are these hops packaged?When we have excess of a hop after a commercial brew or from our workshops, we vacuum seal these hops in mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own pilot brews.

£3.50

Ekuanot T90 Pellet 100g

Formerly known Experimental 366 and then Equinox it finally settled on Ekuanot. Really big aroma and intense flavours mixing tropical fruit and spicy notes.Characteristics: citrus, tropical fruit, fruity, green peppersHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 14%Co-humulone: 31% - 36%For more info, see our supplier YCH Hops hereWhy are they called T90 hop pellets?The Type 90 pellet is made from dried hop cone powder that has been pelletized. It is called "Type 90" as there is approximately 10% wastage in the production process i.e. 100 kg of dried hop cone equates to 90 kg of pellets.Are leaf hops better than pellets?This one massively divides opinion but not at London Beer Lab. We fall very much on the pellets better than leaf side. There's a few reasons. Firstly, due to their concentrated form they degrade much slower than leaf when stored in non ideal surroundings i.e. your left over hops will still be worth using next time you go to brew. Secondly, they're much easier to vacuum pack and store, allowing for a bigger selection of hops from a central London location. Thirdly and this will sound paranoid, it feels as though in the UK that the hops we receive on occasion may underwhelm based on previous experiences of said variety - I have only had this happen with leaf but the disappointment is beyond comprehension and thus does not bear repeating.How are these hops packaged?When we have excess of a hop after a commercial brew or from our workshops, we vacuum seal these hops in mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own pilot brews.

£6.00

Ekuanot T90 Pellet 100g

Formerly known Experimental 366 and then Equinox it finally settled on Ekuanot. Really big aroma and intense flavours mixing tropical fruit and spicy ...
£6.00

El Dorado T90 Pellet 100g

Dual purpose, citrus, apricotsCharacteristics: Citrus, apricotsHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 15.2%For more info, see CLS Farms here and USA hops hereWhy are they called T90 hop pellets?The Type 90 pellet is made from dried hop cone powder that has been pelletized. It is called "Type 90" as there is approximately 10% wastage in the production process i.e. 100 kg of dried hop cone equates to 90 kg of pellets.Are leaf hops better than pellets?This one massively divides opinion but not at London Beer Lab. We fall very much on the pellets better than leaf side. There's a few reasons. Firstly, due to their concentrated form they degrade much slower than leaf when stored in non ideal surroundings i.e. your left over hops will still be worth using next time you go to brew. Secondly, they're much easier to vacuum pack and store, allowing for a bigger selection of hops from a central London location. Thirdly and this will sound paranoid, it feels as though in the UK that the hops we receive on occasion may underwhelm based on previous experiences of said variety - I have only had this happen with leaf but the disappointment is beyond comprehension and thus does not bear repeating.How are these hops packaged?When we have excess of a hop after a commercial brew or from our workshops, we vacuum seal these hops in mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own pilot brews.

£5.00

El Dorado T90 Pellet 100g

Dual purpose, citrus, apricotsCharacteristics: Citrus, apricotsHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 15.2%For more info, see CLS Farms here and USA hops hereWhy ar...
£5.00

Ella T90 Pellet 100g

More subtle in character, Ella™ (previously known as Stella) packs less of an upfront punch than her big sister Galaxy™, but is no less of a star.Characteristics: floral and spiceHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 13% - 16%For more info, see HPA hereWhy are they called T90 hop pellets?The Type 90 pellet is made from dried hop cone powder that has been pelletized. It is called "Type 90" as there is approximately 10% wastage in the production process i.e. 100 kg of dried hop cone equates to 90 kg of pellets.Are leaf hops better than pellets?This one massively divides opinion but not at London Beer Lab. We fall very much on the pellets better than leaf side. There's a few reasons. Firstly, due to their concentrated form they degrade much slower than leaf when stored in non ideal surroundings i.e. your left over hops will still be worth using next time you go to brew. Secondly, they're much easier to vacuum pack and store, allowing for a bigger selection of hops from a central London location. Thirdly and this will sound paranoid, it feels as though in the UK that the hops we receive on occasion may underwhelm based on previous experiences of said variety - I have only had this happen with leaf but the disappointment is beyond comprehension and thus does not bear repeating.How are these hops packaged?When we have excess of a hop after a commercial brew or from our workshops, we vacuum seal these hops in mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own pilot brews.

£6.00

Ella T90 Pellet 100g

More subtle in character, Ella™ (previously known as Stella) packs less of an upfront punch than her big sister Galaxy™, but is no less of a star.Char...
£6.00

Endeavour T90 Pellet 100g

Endeavour is a newly released cross between Cascade and a Hedgerow Hop with complex citrusy profile.Characteristics: complex blackcurrant, grapefruit, lime, loganberry and spicy notesHarvest: 2019Alpha Acid: 8%For more info, see the British Hops website hereWhy are they called T90 hop pellets?The Type 90 pellet is made from dried hop cone powder that has been pelletized. It is called "Type 90" as there is approximately 10% wastage in the production process i.e. 100 kg of dried hop cone equates to 90 kg of pellets.Are leaf hops better than pellets?This one massively divides opinion but not at London Beer Lab. We fall very much on the pellets better than leaf side. There's a few reasons. Firstly, due to their concentrated form they degrade much slower than leaf when stored in non ideal surroundings i.e. your left over hops will still be worth using next time you go to brew. Secondly, they're much easier to vacuum pack and store, allowing for a bigger selection of hops from a central London location. When it comes to making beer whether they are added in the kettle or as dry hops they fully dissolve and offer a much larger contact surface with the boiling wort/fermenting beer thereby transferring maximum amounts of their properties to the finished product. Finally from experience pelletized hops tend to offer much better consistency harvest after harvest.How are these hops packaged?We receive hops in 5kg vacuum sealed bales. We then vacuum seal these hops in Mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own brewing.

£3.75

Endeavour T90 Pellet 100g

Endeavour is a newly released cross between Cascade and a Hedgerow Hop with complex citrusy profile.Characteristics: complex blackcurrant, grapefruit,...
£3.75

Falconer's Flight / 7 C's T90 Pellet 100g

Developed by Hopunion LLC in 2011, Falconer's Flight hop pellets are an exclusive proprietary hop blend created to honor and support the legacy of Northwest brewing legend, Glen Hay Falconer. The blend includes 7 popular "C" hop varieties Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, Citra®, Cluster, Columbus and Crystal plus additional experimental varietiesThese hop pellets are an excellent complement to many IPA and Pale Ale-oriented hop varieties.Characteristics: strong fruit and citrus characteristics with layers of spicy and earthy overtonesHarvest: 2017Alpha Acid: 9%For more info, see British Hops hereWhy are they called T90 hop pellets?The Type 90 pellet is made from dried hop cone powder that has been pelletized. It is called "Type 90" as there is approximately 10% wastage in the production process i.e. 100 kg of dried hop cone equates to 90 kg of pellets.Are leaf hops better than pellets?This one massively divides opinion but not at London Beer Lab. We fall very much on the pellets better than leaf side. There's a few reasons. Firstly, due to their concentrated form they degrade much slower than leaf when stored in non ideal surroundings i.e. your left over hops will still be worth using next time you go to brew. Secondly, they're much easier to vacuum pack and store, allowing for a bigger selection of hops from a central London location. Thirdly and this will sound paranoid, it feels as though in the UK that the hops we receive on occasion may underwhelm based on previous experiences of said variety - I have only had this happen with leaf but the disappointment is beyond comprehension and thus does not bear repeating.How are these hops packaged?When we have excess of a hop after a commercial brew or from our workshops, we vacuum seal these hops in mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own pilot brews.

£5.50

Hersbrucker T90 Pellet 100g

German noble hop, delicate aromaCharacteristics: hay, tobacco, orangeHarvest: 2018Alpha Acid: 2.1%For more info, see Yakima Chief Hops hereWhy are they called T90 hop pellets?The Type 90 pellet is made from dried hop cone powder that has been pelletized. It is called "Type 90" as there is approximately 10% wastage in the production process i.e. 100 kg of dried hop cone equates to 90 kg of pellets.Are leaf hops better than pellets?This one massively divides opinion but not at London Beer Lab. We fall very much on the pellets better than leaf side. There's a few reasons. Firstly, due to their concentrated form they degrade much slower than leaf when stored in non ideal surroundings i.e. your left over hops will still be worth using next time you go to brew. Secondly, they're much easier to vacuum pack and store, allowing for a bigger selection of hops from a central London location. Thirdly and this will sound paranoid, it feels as though in the UK that the hops we receive on occasion may underwhelm based on previous experiences of said variety - I have only had this happen with leaf but the disappointment is beyond comprehension and thus does not bear repeating.How are these hops packaged?When we have excess of a hop after a commercial brew or from our workshops, we vacuum seal these hops in mylar vacuum pouches before cold storing until sold or needed for our own pilot brews.

£3.50