Cobb Hop (Rooted/Mature plant)


If you love your IPA then this is a must have hop in your collection

What is a mature plant?
Usually you purchase a hop as a single rhizome (around £10), a cutting from a mature plant. We sell the whole mature plant at least 3 years old. If you are careful you can divide your plant (up to 4 times) before planting it to create more bines.  See picture as example.

Aroma:  Pleasing, delicate aroma
Info: 4.4%-6.7% Alpha Acids • Domestic • Aroma

All hops sold are organically grown and cultivated from our own hops on our farm here in the UK. We sell rhizomes with shoots, so you can be certain you have a healthy plant. We’ll send out your hop plant(s) when their shoots are ready – usually between March – May. Please note that we only have limited stock for each variety.

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Cobb, also known as Cobb’s Golding, is a product of Canterbury Whitebine. Introduced in 1881 by Mr. John Cobb, it is among the varieties known as ‘Goldings’. A high-yielding aroma hop, it bears a classic English flavor and is lightly hoppy. In the past, it was in demand for copper and dry hopping in traditional English ales though its production has been curtailed now due to a susceptibility to wilt and mildew. It is known for its exquisite and delicate aroma.

Also Known As Amos’s Early Bird
Characteristics Pleasing, delicate aroma
Purpose Aroma
Alpha Acid Composition 4.4%-6.7%
Beta Acid Composition 1.9%-2.8%
Co-Humulone Composition 26%-32%
Country UK
Cone Size Medium
Substitutes East Kent GoldingCobbBramling Cross
Style Guide India Pale Ale



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