ALL ABOUT HOPS
HOPS, HOPS, HOPS, YOU CAN BREW WITHOUT THEM BUT WHY WOULD YOU WANT TO. HERE IS EVERYTHING HOP RELATED. #hopbeer #hopgrowing #hopplant #hopuses #brewwithkits
DIFFERENT HOPS USES
DIFFERENT KINDS OF HOPS
WHAT ARE HOPS: HELPFUL INFORMATION
THE MANY FORMS OF HOPS
GROW YOUR OWN HOPS
When Should I Prune Hops - Tips On Cutting Back Hops Vines
If you’re a home brewer, there’s nothing more satisfying than growing your own hops. But hops are long, fast growing vines that require some strategic pruning to get the most out of them. Learn more about how to prune a hops plant in this article.
Amarillo Hops: The Citrusy Variety That Was Accidentally Discovered
How to Grow & Brew Amarillo Hops: The history of the Amarillo variety starts with a chance discovery. Unlike many other varieties there was no purposeful breeding of different plants to amplify certain characteristics and minimize others, no involvement of the USDA hop breeding program. It is the whim of nature, pure and simple, that we have to thank for this hop. #homebrew
Herbal Guide to Hops: Growing, Harvesting, and Using Hops Plant - Garden Therapy
This guide to hops shows why you should grow it as an ornamental, how to harvest the strobiles, and how to dry and use hops for insomnia and anxiety. #gardentherapy #herbgardening #herbalism
Tettnang Hops: The Original Noble Variety?
The Tettnanger hop variety is named for Tettnang, Germany. Today, there are 135 hop farms operating in Tettnang creating large enough “hop swaths” that they are visible from space. The hops produced in Tettnang make up 5% of Germany’s total hop yield. Of that five percent, 80-85% is exported and the rest make their way into German beer. #hopbeer #hopgrowing #hopplant #hopuses #brewwithkits