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Glycosidic Nitrile, You Really Should Care Now 

By: Becky Garrison At the American Craft Spirits Association's 2022 conference held February 10-12, 2023, in Portland, Oregon, Dr. Campbell ...
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Inviting Sustainability into The Vodka Industry

By: Tina Karras, Founder & Owner — Tina’s Vodka As a founder and owner of a vodka distillery, I regularly ...
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Efficient and Sustainable Hops Ensure Creative Craft Brew Hoppy-ness  

By: by Gerald Dlubala Sustainability is at the forefront of brewing in general, and it’s a focus point in each ...
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Craft Malt with a Conscience

By: Erik Lars Myers Sebastian Wolfrum, the German-born owner of Durham, North Carolina’s Epiphany Malt, wants to do the right ...
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The Evolution of Craft Beer

By: Erik Lars Myers When the “craft beer revolution” began, there was a purpose. The craft beer industry was built ...
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Post-harvest Tips for Hop Growers

By: Alyssa L. Ochs Hop growers spend much of the year planning and preparing for harvest, which is typically a ...
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Local B Corp Collaboration Between Hopworks and Looptworks Turns 300+ Cases of Beer Into More Than 400 Masks for Central City Concern

After releasing a variety case of beer called the “Homebound Hero 24 Pack” on April 21, Hopworks Urban Brewery has ...
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Soul of the Beer

Origin Malt's barley roots in Ohio fosters promising growth for the Midwestern malt market By: Tracey L. Kelley It’s taken ...
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VIRGIL GAMACHE, ORGANIC HOP FARM IN THE YAKIMA VALLEY

Virgil Gamache Farms, Inc. is a leading organic hop farm in the heart of the Yakima Valley. The Gamache family ...
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HOP SENSORY: Benefit to Growers & Brewers

Just because something is fun to do, doesn’t mean there isn’t a robust science involved. Case in point: beer sensory ...