This week on the podcast, the team discuss the latest in hop news and a big craft brewery takes a stand on a controversial social issue.
The latest BarthHaas hop report reveals a worldwide increase in hops volume but warns COVID-19 could have long term impacts on the industry.
It’s a big week in the beer world as the team tackle a triple bunger. ABAC, Broo and BrewDog – all making headlines this week.
The experimental hop variety, formerly known as HBC 692, has been released commercially under the proprietary name Talus™.
One of New Zealand’s leading brewers forecasts the “destruction” of bitter beers in the wake of the influential Malthouse West Coast IPA Challenge.
New Zealand Hops has recorded a record harvest for the 2020 growing year, though has expressed concern about the likely impact of COVID-19 on sales.
Hop Products Australia is set to celebrate a major milestone in its $35 million Buffalo Rivers expansion with the commissioning of its processing facility this week.
New Zealand Hops appoints food and beverage industry veteran as new Chief Executive.
Virgil Gamache Farms is a leading hop grower in Toppenish in the Yakima Valley 1990’s when a chance discovery of some ‘wild’ hops saw the introduction of Amarillo hops to the beer world.
Eric Desmarais takes us through CLS farms’ history and his family’s connection to the land as well as the ways in which they have made the business more sustainable as both a farm and as an employer through a progressive agronomic approach, cutting-edge harvesting facilities and processing hops.