OP, I think you should contact an Admin to get a retailer badge, just so that it's clear to everyone that it's not just pure goodwill that made you create your site, but that you also have a financial interest in people visiting it and ordering through the links provided.
I have already spoken site admins prior to posting and yes, there are affiliate links on certain varieties pointing to stockists on Amazon - each page that sports these links also contains disclaimers stating exactly that so please don't think I'm trying to hide anything.
I'm certainly not in this for money but from one realistic human being to another, I'm also not interested in hosting websites that can't at least support themselves. I'm sure you understand!
I felt these links were (at least for US-based folk) more useful and less intrusive than just plastering ads everywhere.
Happy to discuss this more if you like.
Your "goes well in a" list seems pretty random. Apparently "Bullion" is good for a Doppelbock and nothing else - and yet substitues for Columbus? Super POR is only good for Imperial Pale Ale, whatever that is. Chinook in a lager?
To be honest most of the information on each hop is pretty useless to a brewer. I think you will have to spend some more time going through each hop by hand to make this a valuable resource, rather than just regurgitating grower statistics.
If that's what it takes!
Thanks for the critical feedback though, it's highly useful. Naturally much of the data on the site has been compiled from various sources around the web (forums, growers sites etc) and is still very much a work in progress. I also understand substitutes and style are highly subjective too.
Aside from that, there are some varieties I have heaps of styles and subs for, others nothing so contributions from the community are always welcome. The data is pretty raw right now and I'm sure there are things in there that aren't quite right (I had Galaxy in the aroma hop column for like 2 weeks until I realised the mistake) but it's a start!
The way I see it, the most important info for brewers would probably be the flavour/aroma characteristics, alpha/beta percentages, possible styles and potential substitutes. I'm trying to stick to that core as much as i can. It's also worth noting that this will hopefully end up being a source for growers too, not just brewers.