Topic: Hops

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Home Hop Growing Workshop

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Put more home into your homebrew by growing your own hops. Learn the keys to successfully growing hops in your backyard or even containers from hop expert Eric Sannerud. Eric will walk you through site selection, planting, trellising, harvesting, processing, storing, and using homegrown hops in your beer.  He’ll also cover troubleshooting common hop growing

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Hop Creep

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Large dry-hop additions that have become more prevalent over the past decade have caused surprises among commercial brewers and homebrewers alike. The phenomenon leading to a lower final gravity, increased ethanol, and increased carbonation is called hop creep and is due to diastase activity of hops. Learn more about hop creep and how to prepare for it.


Get The Scoop On Dip Hopping

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Perhaps the most interesting things about dip hopping are the amount of data about the technique along with its relatively low-profile presence in the weird world of brewing hype. Before jumping into process details, let’s check out a timeline of how this method got started and introduced to US craft brewers.In 2012, brewers from Japan’s


Grow Your Own Hops: Tips from the Pros

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Hops can successfully grow in a wide array of climates. We soak up advice from hop farmers in three very different regions of the United States.


Classic British Hops

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They are the staple to your favorite English ales, however these classic British hops can fit nicely into a broader range of beers. Re-familiarize yourself with varieties from the landrace era like Fuggle and East Kent Golding to those bred in the 20th century such as Brewers Gold and Challenger.


21st Century British Hops

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A certain character profile (earthy, floral, herbal) comes to mind when a brewer thinks of British hops. However that line of thinking is tied to the hops of old. Many English varieties have been released this century that are redefining British hops.


2022 Backyard Hop Directory

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Grow Your Own Hops! Order your hop rhizomes, plants, or hop bine supplies today from the following suppliers for your own annual supply of homegrown hops.


Designing A Hop Schedule For An IPA

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IPA fans have a lot of decisions to make when it comes to designing a hop schedule in a recipe. We guide you through some of the key points.


Understanding Biotransformation

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The word “biotransformation” has gotten a lot of buzz as brewers look to fermentation — and specifically, yeast — to transform the aroma of hops. Learn from Brew Your Own Magazine’s Technical Editor Ashton Lewis what exactly biotransformation is, how it occurs, and how homebrewers can use it to our advantage.

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Hop Stands & Whirlpool Hop Additions

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Adding hops right after the boil finishes has become an important technique to pack a big hop aroma in beer. Known as both hop stands and whirlpool hopping, learn the best practices for this hopping technique with Brew Your Own Magazine’s Technical Editor Ashton Lewis.

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Evaluating Hops

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Brew Your Own Magazine’s Technical Editor Ashton Lewis shows you how to properly evaluate hops before you ever add them to your brew.

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Dry Hopping

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Learn our favorite tips when dry hopping your beers from Brew Your Own Magazine’s Technical Editor Ashton Lewis.

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