There are so many variables in your yard, and they all work in tandem with each other. That’s why the answer is so often “it depends”. What does it depend *on* though? Two new episodes in a row? Hmm. That’s curious…..
For many many many years we’ve talked about low temperature drying in order to retain the hop characteristics that we’re growing these things for in the first place. We did what we do, which is to Science It for an answer. Guess what happened?
Such a fun episode, reflecting on all of our observations of watching hop growers try to sell to breweries.
We say goodbye to Vermont legend Ray McNeil. Then, how to resist the Bright and Shiny allure of new hopyard tools – or maybe they’re just toys?
It depends. It depends. It depends. You get it.
As if running a hop farm isn’t busy enough, how do you handle the looky-loos who stop by “because beer is cool” as well as legitimate potential customers who want to see how the sausage is made?
New episode! A peek into our Discord server with Q&A from the Hopnologist crew.
In contrast to our first brewery interview with established Vintage, this time we talk to Reverie Brewing a short eight weeks after they opened their doors.
When is it time to train your hops? Brace yourselves…..it depends!
Our first “Top X” list, which is really more of what *not* to do.