We have a wide variety of hop rhizomes for sale, for any homebrewer looking to take their hobby to the next level. With a wide range of options, the hop variety you choose will depend on the flavor, aroma, or bitterness you’re looking to add to your beer. Growing hop plants is not only a fun and rewarding experience, but it also allows you to have complete control over the quality and flavor of the hops used in your beer. Luckily the majority of the U.S. falls within the plant’s hardiness zones (3-8) and once roots are established, they thrive with more abundant hop flowers in the second and third year of growth.
Our hop rhizomes are carefully selected for their superior genetics and grown in ideal conditions, ensuring that you receive only the healthiest and strongest plants possible. Whether you're looking for classic varieties like Cascade and Centennial or more unique options like Sorachi Ace and Citra, we've got you covered.
Top Hop Rhizomes and Accessories
- Hop Rhizome Fertilizer
We offer two sizes of hop fertilizer - enough for 5 or 25 rhizomes - that is specially designed for first-year hop plants and is used at hop farms. The formula is strong enough to enhance growth, but no tso harsh it burns up the young shoots. The blend is a mix of nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium, and dried kelp. You can also use our Rhizome Root Growth Enhancer along with the fertilizer for an extra boost during the first-year growth.
- Multi-Use Hop
Rhizomes Aroma, flavor, bittering - these hop varieties have the versatility you’re looking for. We have popular options like Cascade, Centennial, and Chinook and lesser known gems like Crystal and Sterling. Whether you're looking to add a citrusy, floral aroma or a touch of bitterness to your beer, our multi-use hop rhizomes have got you covered.
-Bittering Hop Rhizomes
Looking to add a bitter kick to your homebrewed beer? Our bittering hop rhizomes are the perfect solution. With varieties like Magnum, Nugget, and Galena, our hop rhizomes are carefully selected and grown to ensure the highest quality and consistency. Bittering hops are typically added early in the brewing process to give the beer its characteristic bitterness, making them an essential component of any homebrewing recipe.
Looking for a durable and reliable way to support your hop plants as they grow? Check out our selection of hop twine! Made from high-quality materials, our hop twine is strong enough to support even the heaviest hop cones. Plus, it's easy to use and won't damage your hop plants like wire or other materials might. Our hop twine is available in a variety of lengths so you can choose the perfect option for your growing setup