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I've been hearing about Nelson Sauvin hops for awhile now, and have read in other forums about people procuring some and using them... but I haven't been able to find them anywhere. All my usual suspects don't stock them. Anyone know where I can get these without flying over to New Zealand?

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Hop & Grape in the UK have some listed on their website - http://bit.ly/8LWW4r Their website makes it look like they ship internationally if you're not based in the UK.

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I've also found the following site: www.craftbrewer.com.au that sells whole-hop Nelson as well as pellets. I've ordered from both and will followup with the results re: freshness, etc. –  Juanote Feb 4 '10 at 7:24
    
I received the hops in great condition and quite fresh from Hop & Grape relatively quickly. I've not yet received my craftbrewer.com.au order though, despite their rapid delivery claims. –  Juanote Feb 17 '10 at 2:03
    
The craftbrewer.com.au hops came in after approx 2 weeks in excellent condition/freshness. –  Juanote Feb 22 '10 at 6:26
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I've found a great source of organic Nelson Sauvin hops here in the US: 7 Bridges in Santa Cruz-- breworganic.com -- has them.

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Glad to hear that you've finally tracked some down without having to get them posted from abroad! –  fatboab Jan 25 '12 at 11:02

You can get in touch with NZ Hops and buy direct from the source! http://www.nzhops.co.nz/contacts.html

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