A counterpoint to the NA boom and what to look for in “hop experts”.
Harvested, dried and pelletized. Now what do you do with them?
A deep dive into harvesters, and a look back to Gregg’s first major rant.
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?
More listener mail! Sprayers, tractors and other fun toys.
When don’t brewers want to buy your hops? When they are navigating hundreds (thousands?) of drunken consumers at a beer festival.
It depends. It depends. It depends. You get it.
We were complaining about IPAs before complaining about IPAs was the cool thing to do. James and Gregg: Trendsetters.
On another “We read it so you don’t have to” we leaf through the latest New Brewer. Topics on tap include non-IPA breweries, craft beer in Mexico and a deep dive into employee burnout.
When the next season rolls around you can just plug your Wolf in and get back to work. All of your tools will be just where you left them and you can pick up where you left off, right? Wrong. So, so, wrong.