Hopping for Homebrewers
Master your hops knowledge with these 15 articles about hops techniques, tips, and recipes.
Nature gives us hops in only one form—the female cones of the climbing hops plant—but hops growers and processors deliver those hops to brewers in a range of products.
Ready to deliver dry-hopped goodness to your homebrew?
Here are 8 variables that can affect your hops utilization.
We asked Adam Glaser, head brewer at Jagged Mountain Craft Brewery in Denver, Colorado, to help demystify fermentation progress and dry hops.
Unless you're using all your fresh hops at once, it's time to store them for future beer.
First wort hops are added to the kettle during runoff and can lend complexity to the finished beer’s flavor and aroma.
Testing a container filled with whole leaf hops against late kettle hops additions.
Stan Hieronymus shares the three keys to brewing successfully with wet hops and the four “rules of hops” that you should understand.
Noble hops may share names but each one is from a different region.
Researchers recently have begun to unravel the mystery of hops aroma, but many unknowns remain.
Hop bursting is a technique that has gained popularity as homebrewers and craft brewers alike meet the demand for massively hopped craft beer.
Interested in growing your own hops? Start planning now, and then follow these seven simple steps.
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