A lot of good posts here, but some of you have been naughty and neglected to tell us why you like to use these hops. How do you use them? What qualities do they have?
I'd like to know something about Bullion, Target, Northdown, Warrior, Cluster, Serebrianka, Perle, Santiam, Celeia from the people who use and like them.
I know Warrior is good for bittering, but have you used it for finishing? The others are unfamiliar to me.
Bullion is a sister of Brewers Gold and has a very "hoppy" taste, and maybe some woodsy taste that reminds people of oak.
Target and Northdown are classic earthy British hops, But north down is often used later for aroma. Fuller's uses a lot of those.
Cluster is the classic old school American hop. It has black current flavor, can be a little rough, and if old it is catty. I use it in a CAP all at he time, and also in a Ballantine IPA clone that also uses Bullion (I am aging one now and might dry hop later with Brewers Gold).
Hope this helps.