The ultimate hop guide
The Hops List is the world’s most comprehensive beer hop dictionary. Covering a staggering 265 unique varieties, use it to discover new hop flavours and aromas from around the world. The first of its kind, it’s the largest ever repository of hops information ever compiled. With it you’ll have access to things like analytical data, tasting notes, substitute and style suggestions and lots more.
Learn from the masters. Inside there are also brilliant insights from brewmasters at some of the world’s most prestigious craft breweries. Brewers from the likes of Deschutes, D.G. Yuengling & Son and Brooklyn Brewery reveal some of their favourite varieties as well as tips on how to use them best. The Hops List is a fantastic digital resource for both professional and amateur brewers wanting instant access to information on just about every beer hop on the planet.
Julian Healey is a writer turned marketing consultant, author and entrepreneur. Venturing from his home in Melbourne, Julian has traveled to four continents conversing with brewers and hop farmers about their craft. Driven by an intense curiosity for the business of craft beer, he has spent more than five years researching beer hops. It’s his intention to continue these travels, learning more about the ever-evolving role hops play within the global brewing industry.
Critics agree it's a must have Brewers Companion:
"As a whole though, this is a resource I’m sure many will find useful. Having it loaded onto your phone when shopping for hops, talking hops, or wondering “wtf is Azacca?” while staring at a taplist (something that happened to me very recently) would be incredibly helpful. The information is there, presented uniformly, and with 265 varieties; comprehensive. A great idea that is executed in a simple and effective format." Luke "Ale of a Time " Robertson “…astonishingly comprehensive, including varieties I had not heard of. It’s going to take me a while to get through it.” Stan Hieronymus, Author, “For The Love of Hops” “…I’m astounded to find so many varieties I didn’t even know about. I really hope it will become the go-to resource for home and commercial brewers alike.” David (Homebrewer)