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  1. #31

    Thanks man. And now they are both in one place. Very good info there. Cant believe the R/kg price if you go to the source. But I still have to figure out wat to do with the rest of my 100g nvm. A kg.

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  2. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by jannieverjaar View Post
    But I still have to figure out wat to do with the rest of my 100g nvm. A kg.

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  3. #33
    Latest hop prices per 1kg from SA hop farms.

    2019 Selling Prices SA Hop Farms.jpg
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  4. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by BeerHolic View Post
    Latest hop prices per 1kg from SA hop farms.

    2019 Selling Prices SA Hop Farms.jpg
    Thanks for sharing! Are you looking for someone to split some kilo's with? I'd like to get my hands on some Southern Aroma, Southern Passion and African Queen but 3kg's might be a bit much for my brewing activities. I could do half kilo's though.

  5. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by The Flying Brew View Post
    Thanks for sharing! Are you looking for someone to split some kilo's with? I'd like to get my hands on some Southern Aroma, Southern Passion and African Queen but 3kg's might be a bit much for my brewing activities. I could do half kilo's though.
    It might be easier to order directly from SA Hop farms. (else we need to get together or another courier to split Hops).
    They do supply Half kilo's.
    I ordered half kilo's end of last year. I confirmed with Magda 2 weeks ago that they still do half kilo's.
    Magda details: Tel: 044 802 8414. E-Mail: Magda.Rossouw@za.ab-inbev.c om / Magda.Rossouw@za.sabmiller.com

    Details and procedure as below


    1. You let us know how much of which variety you would like.
    Just to clarify any misunderstandings and to give you a holistic picture of our products.

    We produce two kinds of pellets, namely T90 and PIH.
    The Type 90 pellet is made from dried hop cone powder simply put through a die to produce pellets.
    It is called "Type 90" because there is about 10% waste in the production process, from dried hops to pellets.

    We produce single variety T 90 pellets e.g. S, Star; S, Promise, J17, S. Passion. S Aroma etc. as well as a blended T 90 pellet (S. Star, S, Prom, S. Dawn) see make up below. (30-40% utilization)

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    Then we also make a PIH blend (S. Star, S, Prom, S. Dawn) where the pellets are pre isomerised (alpha acids converted to iso alpha acids by exposure to heat.)
    Utilization is typically 45-55%. This is the only difference. There are no single varieties in PIH form.

    2. We will then send you a Pro-Forma Invoice

    3. Once you have paid the hops you send us a proof of payment

    4. We invoice and send hops of via courier we will give you full details of carton size to arrange your courier, please supply us with your full street address and contact number

    Feel free to contact me if you require any further information.

    Courier companies that run from George
    Skynet George = Chantill Wonderlik = chantillw@skynet.co.za = 044 874 2215
    DSV = Theodore Windvogel = customerservice@za.go2uti.com = 044 878 1131
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  6. #36
    I have used and am very happy with Southern Passion, Aroma and African Queen.
    Anyone used any of SA hop farms other hops, if so your views. Thanks.
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  7. #37

    Ditto, also used those from when I first got into brewing. Also Southern Star but I cant remember what I thought about it.

    Recently used U1/108 and U1/132 and actually quite a lot in my recent brew this weekend. Amazingly tropical fruity aromas and flavours, with less of the citrus of most of the American IPA type hops. All in all nice, but I feel they need to be well balanced with bitterness.
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