• Order hop rhizomes early to ensure you receive the variety of hops you want to grow
  • With over 6000 breweries in the US alone, and more on the way, hops are becoming expensive and sometimes hard to reliably source. Grow your own hops.
  • Due to various circumstances regarding international customs and shipping of live plant material, we are no longer shipping rhizomes outside the United States. We actually end up losing money when rhizomes are held in customs, and we are forced to issue refunds by customers. Thank you for understanding.
  • The rhizomes will be sorted and packaged for In-store pickup and shipping as soon as we receive them. However, the rhizomes are not likely to arrive at our store until the end of March.

  • In the event our suppliers can not deliver a certain variety you may have ordered, we will substitute that rhizome with the next closest variety. For example, if you ordered Fuggles and our supplier runs out, we reserve the right to substitute Willamette. In the event of a substitution, your package will be clearly marked.

  • Please place orders for rhizomes online, instead of calling or coming in to the shop; online orders are much more efficient and easier for us to track.

  • In-store pick up orders MUST be picked up within six weeks of the time the rhizomes arrive. This is to ensure the health of the rhizomes, and to keep our cooler clean and cleared our. We will send an email to let everyone know when they arrive. After six weeks, we reserve the right to plant, toss or sell your hop rhizomes without a refund to you.

  • Orders with rhizomes and other items will ship together when the rhizomes arrive, unless noted in the comment field to ship separately. In which case, the order will be subject to additional shipping charges for the separate shipment.

  • Hop rhizomes are not guaranteed to produce.

  • We can not ship rhizomes to Canada, Washington State, Oregon, and two counties in Idaho: Bonner Co. or Kootenai Co.

  • You will have much better luck growing your hops, if you plant your rhizomes when they are fresh!

  • Thank you, and Good Luck!

  • Check out our growing guide here -

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