Chinook Hop Rhizome

Chinook Hop Rhizome

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12.0-14.0% AA - Grows well in dry, hot climates. Does not grow well in moist climates.  Subject to spider mites, and a great Ornamental hop on top of it's fantastic flavors!

Very distinctive bittering hop usually used in ales. Some brewers use for a finish hop as well, it has a medium spicy aroma. The flavor/aroma is spicy and unique, with a huge following of loyal fans.

Rhizomes should be planted immediately for best results. If your area is still experiencing frost then you can plant them in a planter indoors until it is safe to transplant outside. The first years crop will generally be smaller than subsequent years. Since these are live plants, we cannot guarantee they will grow, so we recommend buying two of each type to help ensure their success.

Shipping Restrictions:

Due to agricultural restrictions, we can only ship rhizomes to addresses that are in the United States, excepting Hawaii, Oregon, Washington, and the counties of Bonner and Kootenai in Idaho. Unfortunately, we cannot ship these to international locations including APO/FPO addresses.

Shipping Limitation: This item does not qualify for free shipping.
Item # HOP12
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - Out Of Stock
Weight 0.01 LBS
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Tolerates my climate, hopefully!
John H. S on Apr 28, 2022
One of my favorite
David A on Apr 26, 2022
Tolerates my climate, hopefully!
John H. S on Apr 28, 2022
It grows well in NC
Timothy D P on Apr 26, 2022
One of my favorite
David A on Apr 26, 2022
Love chinook
Derrick D on Apr 22, 2022
used it before and it works good
Bradley R on Apr 21, 2022
Gary G on Apr 21, 2022
Grows in Vermont
Randall C on Apr 21, 2022
Supposed to grow well in western NY
Brian A on Apr 21, 2022
For fun
ryan J on Apr 20, 2022
tolerant to high temperature climates
ROBERT E on Apr 15, 2022
Heat tolerance
Joan E on Sep 8, 2021
All purpose
Gregory Davenport on Jul 26, 2021
IPA brewing
Ben R on Jul 22, 2021
Grow my own!
Michael Thompson on May 5, 2021
This hop is on the hop bill for most of my IPA recipes
Michael E on May 4, 2021
I like
Valued C on Apr 22, 2021
Might grow in my area
Mike N on Apr 22, 2021
Ian B on Apr 22, 2021
Looking to start hop growing for making
John K on Apr 22, 2021
Have grown this variety before
Michael V on Apr 22, 2021
I use it in my beer.
Matthew B on Apr 22, 2021
Favorite hop - trying it out. see how it works
Marcel P on Apr 21, 2020
recommended to growing for flavoring of beer and appearance during growth in the gardne.
Joseph K on Apr 20, 2020
full boil
Paul S on Apr 18, 2020
Used before
Lance A on Apr 16, 2020
Got them from you in the past and they are excellent quality
John f m on Apr 10, 2020
adding a second to my garden.
Kristopher O on Apr 10, 2020
john p on Apr 10, 2020
best for colorado
Jeffrey E on Apr 10, 2020
Growing in NY
Jim k on Apr 10, 2020
Robert W on Apr 10, 2020
Good for my growing zone
Chris G on Apr 10, 2020
Biodiversity for our food forest, and, of course, beer
Anthony B on Apr 10, 2020
To make pale ales
Eric A on May 29, 2019
i liked the name
Steven L on May 23, 2019
the hop characteristics and it grows well in this climate
Frank C on May 23, 2019
for home grown hops
Paul N on May 15, 2019
Try to grow
Rafael C on May 7, 2019
Because it is good!
John Morris on May 1, 2019
Love it
Pete O on Apr 26, 2019
Good for Colorado
Samantha M on Apr 26, 2019
Grows well in Oklahoma
Ty P on Apr 26, 2019
I used this before
James C on Apr 26, 2019
zone 9 compatible
joel g on Apr 26, 2019
It fits the brews I prefer to make at home.
Jonathan P on Apr 26, 2019
something new
Eric D on Apr 26, 2019
wanted to see if it would grow in this area. Like the hop.
Robert Rouse on Apr 26, 2019
The missing C
Michael N G on Apr 26, 2019
recognized name, wanted variety in my yard
ann d on Apr 18, 2018
Read an article on the internet that says it grows well in zone 9 climates.
Eric W A on Apr 4, 2018
It grows well in NC
Timothy D P on Apr 26, 2022
Love chinook
Derrick D on Apr 22, 2022
How many rhizomes in an order?
Douglas Ohm on Feb 5, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Hi Douglas - There is one rhizome per order.

4.6 / 5.0
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Rated 4 out of 5
They look nice too cold here in upstate New York to plant!
May 5, 2021
1 year ago
Rated 3 out of 5
Small and slow growing.
I purchased two rhizomes and had two from another online retailer. The two I purchased from MoreBeer were considerably smaller than the others and have been very slow to grow compared to the other rhizomes.
May 13, 2020
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
So far so good
Too early to tell on yield, but three buds shortly after planting. 1-2 ft after a month. Grown in central Florida.
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About a month after shipping
May 11, 2020
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
First time trying this. They seem to be doing good.
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Added May 27, 2018
May 27, 2018
over 4 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
It's alive and growing!!!!!!!!!!!
May 7, 2018
over 4 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
chinook first bud
So far so good. Broke through after only one week in ground
Sprouted after one week in ground. Fingers crossed
Sprouted after one week in ground. Fingers crossed
April 17, 2018
over 4 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
growing well
First to sprout of 3 variety. Huge rhizome. Looking real good.
May 1, 2017
Rated 5 out of 5
Chinook rhizomes
I ordered the chinook and it arrive just as described. Planted and within 2 weeks it broke ground! I am looking forward to watching it run up my trellis!
May 1, 2017
Rated 5 out of 5
Two weeks in the ground and the bines are starting
Healthy rhizome-- growing well---
May 14, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5
I may have planted wrongly
Only one of four rhizomes have sprouted. That plant is healthy and growing 5 vines. I'll try again next year.
May 6, 2015