This article discusses a specific variety of hops. For general information about selecting, using or propogating hops, see the main hop page
Cluster may be the oldest variety of American hop and may be derived from wild North American hops, possibly crossed with varieties introduced by early English or Dutch colonists. These days, hops sold as "Cluster" may be any one of several closely related, all but interchangeable bittering hop varieties, with a sharp aroma and flavor that can have a dark fruity, blackcurrant character.
Known Cluster varieties include Early Cluster, Late Cluster, Pacific Coast Cluster, and Yakima Cluster.
Pages in category "Cluster hop varieties"
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