A landrace hop is a hop cultivar which, through a long history of at least partly open-pollinated cultivation, has become particularly well-suited to the area in which is has traditionally been cultivated. For a full discussion of landrace hops, terroir, and the way landrace hops are referred to, see the hop varieties page.
Full descriptions of some landrace hop varieties are listed below. Other less common landrace hops include:
- Bačka, a Serbian hop with a noble hop-like character
- Nordgaard and Groene Bel, two Belgian landraces which are no longer grown
Pages in category "Landrace hop varieties"
The following 8 pages are in this category, out of 8 total.