Magnum Hop Rhizome

Magnum Hop Rhizome

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11.0-16.0% AA. Grows well in all climates. Good yields, and high tolerance to disease.

Magnum is a great bittering hop with an aroma similar to a strong Willamette. It therefore works well with Willamette, Fuggles, and British Kent Goldings. Because its bitterness is so smooth you will find that you can use more of it than many recipes specify. For example, we use two full ounces for a 60 minute boil in IPAs.

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 # HOP28
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Weight 0.10 LBS
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For fun
Cody T on Jun 17, 2022
style of hop
Cherlyn C on May 21, 2022
For fun
Cody T on Jun 17, 2022
Taste, IBUs, and grows well in all climates, I live in Maine
David P on May 25, 2022
style of hop
Cherlyn C on May 21, 2022
I have used these before in brews and wanted to grow my own
Josh B on May 9, 2022
used it before and it works good
Bradley R on Apr 21, 2022
SUBIN J on Oct 20, 2021
Brett B on Jun 8, 2021
Grow my own!
Michael Thompson on May 10, 2021
This hop is one in a Rye IPA recipe that has turned out well numerous times.
Michael E on May 4, 2021
Enjoy this hop variety
Allison F on Apr 26, 2021
I use these hops in brewing
oscar J m on Apr 22, 2021
Like Magnum
Richard H on Apr 22, 2021
Have had this type of hop in some ales and wanted to grow some of my own
Michael V on Apr 22, 2021
Recommended for my region in CA
Anthony S on Apr 22, 2021
I use it in my beer.
Matthew B on Apr 22, 2021
it goes well with fuggle and golding hops in english ales
Darrin B on Apr 22, 2021
Mac on Apr 22, 2021
use them before
robert b on Apr 22, 2021
Grows well, in bay area.
Rick S on Apr 22, 2021
it has been many years since we grew hops in the garden. wish we could try Hallertau
Ron K on Apr 22, 2021
Dan R on Apr 16, 2020
Type if beer I like to brew
PAUL C on Apr 11, 2020
to grow some hops
John D R on Apr 10, 2020
Home brew, home grown
brian p on Apr 10, 2020
To grow hops.
Kyle Heon on May 4, 2019
Germany's primary high alpha hop, high yeild, noble hop
Max W on Apr 26, 2019
mark b on Apr 26, 2019
I brew with it a lot and love this hop.
Taylor T on Apr 26, 2019
a few of my magnum plants seem to have died.
Bernard Patrick M on Apr 26, 2019
I had this hop in my last house but forgot to bring some rhizomes with me. They held up well in our hot summers, looked great, and gave a nice flavor to the beer.
Christopher K on Apr 6, 2018
It is suppose to grow in all climates, has a high alpha acid that I tend to use often.
Dwain Pannell on Apr 6, 2018
first time grower, says its disease resistant.
James E W on Apr 4, 2018
like this hops flavor and to have one more type of HG hop in my garden
Thomas B on Apr 4, 2018
One of my preferred hops and grows well in my region
Donald M. Rowell J on Apr 4, 2018
tried 5 3 yrs ago, didn't grow that well, try again different spot
Rob K on Apr 4, 2018
Am a gardener and want to try hops
Jeannie Rodman on Apr 4, 2018
I want to grow hops, for fun, to use in my beer.
David J on Apr 4, 2018
From past experience I love the bittering qualities of Magnum.
Chris Stackhouse on Apr 4, 2018
My first attempt at growing hops and Magnum seemed like a reasonable, and useable, option, to go along with Cascade.
Pete S on Apr 4, 2018
Taste, IBUs, and grows well in all climates, I live in Maine
David P on May 25, 2022
I have used these before in brews and wanted to grow my own
Josh B on May 9, 2022

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Rated 4 out of 5
Solid Magnum
So far, so good. One small, but hearty bine is growing from this rhizome. Fine quality!
May 7, 2022
over 2 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
So far, so good!
I planted a Chinook 2 years ago. and it was alot of fun to watch grow.
It's growing!
It's growing!
May 13, 2021
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
So far so good
I planted this and Fuggle and their both have shoots coming up after 2 weeks. Will have to wait a year or two before I can brewing much with it.
May 5, 2021
over 3 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Healthy and vigorous
Sprouted new leaves within 3 days.
May 14, 2020
over 4 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Good stuff
I got this rhizome for a recipe I like that calls for magnum hops. I planted it upon arrival and within a week several tendrils were poking out of the ground. I also have sterling and cascade hops planted from last year that are doing very well.
May 11, 2019
over 5 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
It's alive!!!!!! Growing well
May 7, 2018
over 6 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Growing FAST!
I hope it’s good news that these Magnum hops took off like gangbusters!
The smaller one
The larger one
May 4, 2018
over 6 years ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Durham NC 10 days of growth.
This is my first attempt at growing my own hops. I didn't do much research other than a few YouTube videos and some online reading. I planted these rhizomes as pairs with the hope that at least on2 would grow. I'm glad to see at least 1 is doing well with watering 1x daily and planted in a "rot prevention" planter containing store bought soil, Miracle-Gro All Purpose Plant Food, and Down To Earth Fish Bone Meal. The rhizomes are under about 1 inch of soil and the temperatures are rather warm (approx mid 80s). The soil in Durham is clay and does not allow proper drainage for this type of vegetation, so when the rhizome reaches full size, it will require transplantation to a specially made bed with the size and drainage required for healthy growth.
May 2, 2018
over 6 years ago