After a number of requests, staff have set up a sub-forum under "Hops" called "Hop descriptions".
The idea of this subforum is to have a central location where each particular hop variety has a discussion based around its characteristics (such as aroma, bitterness profile, flavour) and use. For example "Nelson Sauvin - gooseberry, wine-like aroma and flavour. Great in APA" and a member might post "I got xyz from using this in abc beer. It suits a 10-30 minute boil. Not so great as a dry hopper".
The idea also is to extend the descriptions you see typically from the wholesalers and vendors, which are usually the same into something bigger and far more descriptive. For example, HopCo and site sponsors have the same description of (St)Ella. We'd like this to be extended further.
I'll sticky this also, plus take on board any feedback. After a while, I'll close and lock this sticky.
Edit: Members, this list is by no means exhaustive. If you want to, start up a new topic for a hop you want more information or discussion on. The name of the thread should be <hop name> only (unless there is alternative names like D Saaz, which should be bracketed). This ensures that it can be sorted alphabetically.
Could you next insert a commercial description. Hopunion.com and craftbrewer are two places where enough information can be garnered. Then open discussion.