Topic: Hops

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Make the Most of Your Hop Back

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 Get your hop-back on!


Expand Your Hop Horizons

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It’s easy to develop a preference for certain hops. But with so many choices available there’s no reason not to explore the tried and true as well as the newest varieties. Experimenting with flavors to make your own unique brew can be a fun and rewarding part of homebrewing. And hop flavors provide a fertile


Creating New Hop Varieties

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Ever wondered where your hops come from? You might know where they are grown, but what do you know about their origin? Many varieties used today were invented to enhance the best traits of several breeds. Suppose you’re tasting your latest beer and you decide the hop nose you gave it is wrong. Not too spicy, exactly. Not


Dry Hopping for Great Aroma

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If you want your beer’s hop nose to knock your socks off, maybe it’s time to try dry hopping. Dry hopping is the process of adding hops to beer at some point


Dry Hopping: Tips from the Pros

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Brewer: Bill Pengelly Brewery: Deschutes Brewery, Bend, Ore. Years of experience: 3.5 years Education: Diploma from Siebel Institute in Chicago, PhD in biology from Princeton University House Beers: Bachelor Bitter, Jubelale, Mirror Pond Pale Ale, Obsidian Stout, Cascade Golden Ale, High Desert Mild, Black Butte Porter, Bond Street Brown The first rule about dry hopping


10 Tips for Hop Growers

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It’s planting season again. BYO’s hop gardener offers some ways to make this year’s crop healthier and more productive.


Hop Aroma Therapy

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Ways to Capture the Perfect Hop Nose Everytime


Experimenting with Hops: Tips from the Pros

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In the last few years a wider variety of hops has become available to homebrewers. With so many to choose from, experimenting is not only easy but invaluable in bringing out the unique character of
your beer.


Grow Your Own Hops

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Put even more home into your homebrew. The ultimate for brewers who like to garden: Step-by-step instructions for planting, cultivating, and picking hops, as well as easy techniques for drying.


Brewing for Flavor: Hops

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Hops can give your beer a wealth of flavors and aromas, both good and bad. The trick is knowing how to control them.


Get the Full Effect from Your Hops

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The next time you have a glass of beer in front of you, pay very close attention to the hops. You’ll get three quite separate hop effects, and if it’s a well-made beer, each will be pleasing. First there will be the aroma, appetizing and inviting. Next, a beguiling series of flavors, sometimes floral, sometimes


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