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Hop varieties, in order of suitability as names for a heavy metal band

Who knew hops could rock so hard?
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82. East Kent Golding
81. Northern Brewer
80. Hull Melon
79. Mount Hood
78. Pacific Gem
77. Pacific Jade
76. Columbus
75. Crystal
74. Liberty
73. Centennial
72. Progress
71. Nelson Sauvin
70. Spalt
69. Topaz
68. Willamette
67. Pioneer
66. Target
65. Amarillo
64. Glacier
63. Nugget
62. Sterling
61. Comet
60. Fuggle
59. Styrian Golding
58. Pilot
57. Bravo
56. Waimea
55. Mandarina
54. Perle
53. Bullion
52. Select
51. Simcoe
50. El Dorado
49. Galena
48. Vic Secret
47. Mosaic
46. Saphir
45. Cascade
44. Admiral
43. Pilgrim
42. Herald
41. Summit
40. Citra
39. Phoenix
38. Millennium
37. Bramling Cross
36. Galaxy
35. Hersbrucker
34. Pacifica
33. Tettnanger
32. Super Pride
31. Horizon
30. Cluster
29. Saaz
28. Chinook
27. Aramis
26. Sorachi Ace
25. Azacca
24. Hallertauer Mittelfruh
23. Apollo
22. Rakau
21. Motueka
20. Strisselspalt
19. Northdown
18. Challenger
17. Ahtanum
16. Kohatu
15. Zythos
14. Calypso
13. Magnum
12. Polaris
11. Falconer’s Flight
10. Ultra
9. Zeus
8. Vanguard
7. Eroica
6. Green Bullet
5. Warrior
4. Herkules
3. Smaragd
2. Tomahawk
1. Pride of Ringwood

 

(Shameless h/t to Dave Bry at The Awl, who did this with grain types).

 

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Zach Fowle is DRAFT's beer editor. Reach him at zach@draftmag.com.

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