It’s episode #101! Wait, what happened to #100? You’ll need to check out our Patreon page for the anniversary episode. For 101, if you can make it through our overly-long introduction we will get into aroma descriptors for your hops and how to best present your hops to potential brewer customers. Don’t forget to […]
It’s been a while since we first discussed non-alcoholic beers, and we’ve done a *lot* of research since then. By research of course I mean sampling.
Whether you like it or not, weather is important. This week it’s a deep dive into what, when, how and why to keep track of.
Continuing where last week’s cliffhanger ended, we’re back with the second half of our talk with Jen and Rachael. Don’t forget to check out their podcast, the False Bottomed Girls. The full 2-part session is also now available on the hopnology YouTube channel!
If listening to Gregg and James trip over each other wasn’t enough, now there are four of us! In part 1 of a 2-part series with the False Bottomed Girls we learn about Jen and Rachael and their roles at New Realm and Pilot Brewing. You can find their podcast at False Bottomed Girls wherever […]
A gaggle of walkie-talkies, whether your potassium is pregnant and other measurements you’ve never heard of. This is Part 2 of our lists of things you need to run your hopyard. You can see our recommended items on a shared Amazon list at https://tinyurl.com/HopnologyShoppingList.
We’re back into the latest New Brewer which looks at the hop volume mix globally. Also, introducing Kevin!
Gregg didn’t get enough sleepy-time during the first discussion, so James brings more photosynthesis to the party. Plus threats of close-up magic.
Weird stories from 10+ years of consulting in the hops business. Coffin oasts, Bette Midler and Camry tractors. Names have been changed to protect the not-so-innocent.
It’s time to go shopping! No sexy stuff like tractors and balers; this week we make an Amazon wish list of pipettes, gloves, scales and first aid kits.