Wholesale Hops
30th Anniversary Hop Mega-Deal!
~ Wholesale prices $1 Off ~
On all wholesale rhizomes we offer.
All our wholesale hop rhizomes on sale for $2.35. Save on large amounts!
To get wholesale prices, your order must be for at least 25 of each variety you select for a total of 100 rhizomes or more. For orders over 5000 our rhizomes are $2.25 each.

Shipping on wholesale orders is $21.10 per 100 rhizomes. Shipping on larger orders will be calculated at the time they are ordered. 
Wholesale orders must be placed over the phone (541-487-8671) or by email at this time.
We hand select each wholesale rhizome to insure that two premium growth rings are present. We can guarantee our hops are the highest quality available. 

Not sure how many to order? Check out our Hops Information page for tips on spacing and growing.
Please Note: Wholesale hops come from commercial fields. However, keep in mind that hop bines die back each year, and cone harvest will not be until the second years growth, giving you two years to establish organic growing practices before first cone harvest. 

Current Wholesale Varieties

Current Wholesale Varieties

Cascade HopsVery successful and well-established American aroma hop developed by Oregon State University's breeding program in 1956 from Fuggle and Serebrianker (a Russian variety), but not released for cultivation until 1972. Gives the distinct citrus/grapefruit aroma to Sierra Nevada Pale Ale. One of the "Three Cs" along with Centennial and Columbus. Named for the Cascade Range. Substitutes: Centennial (but it has much more AA) alpha 4-6%
Centennial HopsAmerican aroma-type variety bred in 1974 and released in 1990. Similar to Cascade and Chinook. One of the "Three Cs" along with Cascade and Columbus. alpha 8-11%
Cluster HopsCluster has the reputation of being the oldest cultivated hop in the United States having traveled here with the early settlers from Europe and now having a renewed interest by craft brewers and microbreweries. In the early 20th century Cluster dominated the commercial production of hops with 96% of the total acreage in the US. In 1986 Oregon alone produced 28% of the total acreage of hops grown in this country. The aromas and bitterness profiles are paired in a way to make this a dual purpose hop. More often used in heavier beers like Porters and Ales it can also be used in light Ales. The aromas and flavor are floral, earthy and a touch of mango. The bitterness is described as smooth and neutral. The must have hop to recreate traditional American Style Lagers. Excellent storage stability.
Chinook HopsAmerican cross between Petham Golding and a USDA-selected male. Slightly spicy and very piney. Produces a good yield of medium to long wing tipped cones. Late harvest with a high alpha and Cascade-like aroma. alpha 12%
Columbus/Tomahawk/Zeus (CTZ) HopsOur All Natural Rooted Rhizomes are two-year hop plants all naturally grown without the use of pesticides, fungicides or herbicides. They have produced crowns full of buds ready to produce healthy bines plus vigorous root systems. The standard rhizome cutting is the typical way to start a new hops plant but it doesn't have a crown and a root system, that is created the second year. These All Natural Rooted Rhizomes give you a great head start towards harvesting that crop of hop cones you'll be looking forward to.
Comet HopsComet was selected in 1961 for its high alpha acid content and excellent bittering qualities. Released in 1974 by the USDA, it was grown commercially up until the early 1980's to fill the need for high alpha hops but was replaced by the newer super-alpha varieties and commercial production more or less disappeared. It's "wild American" aroma characteristic comes from Comet's parentage cross of English Sunshine and a native American hop. That and its solid grapefruit and citrus aroma has created a new interest in this cultivar as a dual purpose hop for craft brewers, some calling it "Citra's little sister". Used to Brew: American-style lagers or as a dry hop in ales and IPA's. Resistant to verticillium wilt but can be susceptible to downy mildew. Alpha Acid 8 - 10.5% Beta Acid 4 - 5% Co-humulone 34 - 37% Myrcene 40 - 55% of total oil Humulene 1 - 2% of total oil
Crystal HopsTetraploid Hallertauer Mittelfrueh cross made at the USDA-OSU Experimental Hop Farm in Corvallis Oregon. Pleasant Hallertauer aroma. Verticillium wilt resistant. Matures medium late to late. Vigorous grower. Beer Styles: Pilsners, Other Light Lagers, Light American Ales.
Kent Golding HopsThe premier English hop, with a lineage going back to 1790. Sometimes these are even isolated by the area, e.g., East Kent Goldings often considered the best. Can be used for bittering British ales as well as finishing and aroma. This hop is sometimes also called Canterbury Golding, named after the town in the Kent region of England. Some people in the hop trade think that Canterbury Golding is different from Kent Golding, but chemically and in brewing, they are identical. This hop has grown well in Oregon since its introduction in 1994, producing yields substantially higher than those found in England. Microbrewers and Craft brewers in the US are the major customers of Kent Golding. Maturity: early Storage: 65 to 80% Aroma: pleasant continental aroma properties; highly regarded in England Uses: bittering, flavouring, and aroma (dry hopping too) in Pale ales, Bitters, Stouts, Porters. Substitutions: Fuggle, Willamette
Magnum HopsA spicy, citrusy, super-high alpha bittering hop from the Pacific Northwest aka Yakima Magnum, bred in 1980 at Huell, the German Hop Research Institute from the American variety Galena and the German male 75/5/3. Resistant to diseases. Used For: All Ales and Lagers. alpha 12-17%
Mt. Hood HopsHallertauer hybrid being more vigorous and disease resistant. Frequently used in styles that require only a subtle hop aroma (German/American lagers). Developed in Oregon in 1983. Named for Mount Hood in Oregon. Used For: US-Style and German-Style Ales and Lagers, Pilsners, Bocks, Wheat Beers. Slow to come up in spring. Substitute: Hallertauer. alpha 4-5%
Northern Brewer (SOLD OUT FOR 2020)Developed in England in 1934 from a cross between a female hop of wild American parentage and an English male. Grown in Europe and America as a dual-purpose hop, but mainly used for bittering in combination with other hops. The woody/earthy/fruity aroma and flavor also offers a touch of mint. Substitutes: Hallertaur, Pride of Ringwood. Can be hard to find. Used For: Porters, Ales, ESBs, German Lagers. alpha 7-9%
Nugget HopsPrimarily a bittering hop it is often considered a dual-purpose hop with it high alpha content and pleasant herbal spice aroma with a hint of peach and pear. Bred from Brewer's Gold hops and released in 1982 from USDA Hop Research Facility in Corvallis, Oregon, Nugget has become widely popular as a vigorous grower and a high yielding hop. Recommended for trellises and arbors to provide shade and privacy. Used For: Ales, Stouts. alpha 11-14%
Sterling HopsAmerican dual-purpose finishing hop released in 1998. Saaz Hybrid, suitable for replacing Saaz hops in brewery blends with its combined floral, citrus and spicy aroma. Much higher yield potential than Saaz hops. Aroma and oil composition very similar to Saaz. Sterling hops typically have very good yield. Used For: Ale, Pilsner, Lager. alpha 6-9%