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Cascade hops are the classic American hop that really started the hop craze. Defined by its citrus, and often more specifically grapefruit flavor, it is now sought out around the World. Cascade hops are a true dual purpose hop that can be used for bittering, at the end of the boil, or the fermenter.
Flavor and Aroma: Citrus, Floral
Originally released in 2013, Cashmere was developed by Washington State University as a cross between Cascade and Northern Brewer. With a higher alpha acid content than Cascade, this dual-purpose hop has a smooth bitterness, but really shines as a late addition hop when used at knock out, whirlpool, or dry hopping. Expect an herbal, slightly spicy aroma with notes of citrus and stone fruit.
Flavor and Aroma: Herbal, Lemon, Lime, Melon
Centennial hops are a balanced bittering and aromatic hop with a decidedly American nature and uniquely pungent flavor. An intense citrus aroma with pronounced lemon notes also gives off some floral qualities that blend well with IPAs, APAs, and Pale Ales. Centennial hops are sometimes referenced to as a super charged Cascade without the grapefruit flavors of Cascade.
Flavor and Aroma: Citrus, Floral
Comet’s flavor profile rests heavily on a strong accent of grapefruit. It features solid bittering capabilities and traditionally brewers considered it best suited as a bittering agent for American-style lagers. Recently however, there has been a surge in its use as a dry-hop in ales and IPA’s.
Flavor and Aroma: Citrus, Grassy
This dual purpose hop is a high alpha varietal with a neutral bitterness and intense aroma. Floral and citrus notes come out in both aroma and flavor, but can be very pungent, which makes Zeus hops great for late additions to a boil or dry-hopping. Zeus is a perfect choice for IPAs, Pale and Imperial Ales.
Flavor and Aroma: Earthy, Citrus, Spicy

About Us

We love craft beer, so when we purchased a large parcel of land next to our home in Glocester, RI, we had an opportunity to get involved in the craft beer community. If I remember correctly, my wife and I were at Longlive Beerworks drinking and talking like you do at a brewery, and it occurred to us that we could use that land to grow hops. Of course, they would be the varieties that are suitable for our favorite style of craft beer, New England IPA’s, as well as dual purpose hops for an array of beer styles. That decision resulted in more work and more money than we anticipated, but we pushed on to make our dream come to life. Our farm consists of 2000 plants with 5 different varieties of hops.
Featured Brews with Huntinghouse Hopyard Hops

House On A Mountain

Brewed by Long Live Beerworks

IPA - Imperial / Double New England

A fresh harvest wet hopped double IPA featuring Cascade, Centennial + Comet hops from our farm, then double-dry hopped w/ Cashmere + Citra.


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