Announcing: Bert’s Beer Baster Hop Concentrate – fix beer’s on the spot!

Bert’s Beer Baster Hop Concentrate

Bert’s Beer Baster Hop Concentrate

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Highlighted Features
  • Single varietal hop concentrate Amarillo: floral, spicy, and tropical but mainly known for citrus, especially orange and lemon.
  • Good things come in small packages: Each bottle is just 15 mL, but its small size disguises its strength. Just a few drops are enough for most beers, and each bottle contains about 300 drops, or roughly 100 beers.
  • A bale in a bottle: It takes approximately half a pound of farm-fresh hops to produce the concentrated fresh hop oil used in each bottle of Beer Baster.
  • Lupulin Locomotive: The hops used in Bert's Beer Baster are steam-distilled immediately after harvest to ensure maximum freshness. Complex aroma compounds are captured in the oil without the use of chemicals, making Bert’s insanely aromatic.
  • Get creative! Bert's isn't just for beer - it works well in cider, mead and cocktails that need an aromatic hop lift. Homebrewing? One 15 mL vial in five gallons could totally replace your dry-hopping,* depending on the recipe.


This point of use hop concentrate is available in a variety of hop varieties. Amarillo, Azacca, Centennial, Chinook, Columbus and Saaz as of this posting.

You can adjust craft beers and homebrews to taste at the time of consuming. These could also be helpful for learning how each hops tastes and behaves.

Bert’s Beer Baster Hop Concentrate, Amarillo – affiliate link, note that multiple variations of this product may be available, as such a different version may appear at this link

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