My Cascade Hops

Harvested my hops today. Weighed in at 2 ounces prior to drying and 3/8ths of an ounce after drying. Not a big yield, but it was my first attempt. Plus these are MY HOPS!

Harvested a little later than I wanted to, but I was waiting to borrow a friends food dehydrator – that thing worked great. Anyway, here are a couple pics of me drying my hops. Can’t wait to use these as aroma hops in the next batch of ECPA!

2 Responses to “My Cascade Hops”

  1. Nick Landherr Says:

    Please help! Where can I buy seed to grow my own Cascade Hops?

  2. Brian Says:

    Actually, what you need are hop RHIZOMES. Rhizomes are the root cuttings from another plant. If you plant these cuttings they will grow a whole new hop plant.

    I bought mine online at Several places sell them / you can pre-order them, but usually it is only a Spring time-frame. I would suggest doing a Google search. Good luck!

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