This week on the podcast we see the release of the 2020 HPA hop report and the IBA faces its own challenges during lockdown.
The Australian hop harvest is done and dusted for 2020 and Australia’s largest hop grower HPA has recorded a mixed year with Galaxy up, but other varieties down.
In a supplier update to the industry, Bintani, Cryer Malt, East Coast Canning and Hop Products Australia show resilience in the face of the challenges of COVID-19.
Are cans really greener than bottles? The team discuss this and other news stories of the this weeks podcast.
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.
Pressures on the industry due to the growing demand for different varieties of hops mean suppliers have to adapt fast, said Owen Johnston, sales and marketing manager at Hop Products Australia.
Pete and Matt are back to chat about the big news stories of the week during which they take a quick call from OJ of Hop Products Australia as the annual hop harvest report is released.
Australia’s largest hop grower Hop Products Australia yesterday announced its 2019 harvest results with a reported 13 per cent year-on-year increase in total production.
A $35-million expansion project by Hop Products Australia is well underway at its new farm in Victoria’s Buffalo River Valley.
Hop Products Australia has announced the second trial of a new hop variety, currently known as HPA-016.