End of Season

Hop plants are currently out of stock for the 2015 season!   Please check back next year at the beginning of the growing season - typically April.   Thanks for an awesome year!

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Hop Plants  vs.  Hop Rhizomes

Hop plants are available for purchase starting April 14th, 2015.

Quantities are updated weekly - if the plants you're looking for aren't ready, please check back!

Our 2.5 acre farm is nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, nurtured by an average 320 days of sunshine.  With over 4 generations of Colorado growing knowledge, you can depend on us for quality. 

The Farm

We are currently growing 53 different varieties of hop plants, which have the potential to create thousands of beer styles and personalities to suit your beer-brewing needs.

  • Phytosanitary Certified
  • Thoroughly Inspected
  • Fully-Rooted
  • Shipped Nationwide
  • Available for Bulk Orders
  • Used in award-winning beer

Our Plants

We're confident that we grow quality hops because we brew with the hops we grow in our own field.  After harvest time, we use the cones to brew with at our award-winning brewery.


We sell fully-rooted hop plants at High Hops, which is different from a hop rhizome.  Rhizomes are a piece of a root, as seen on the right side of the picture.  Our plants, seen on the left, already have an established root structure, as well as leafy growth which will mature much more quickly than a rhizome. 

Note that many rhizome sellers suggest planting more than one rhizome together to ensure the plants survive, and to give off more shoots from the same planting site.  With a plant, you'll only need to place one plant at each site to be rewarded with many shoots.

Our Plants

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