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Top Beer Hops and Hop Growing Trends

At Hopsteiner, we take great pride in the community and culture that our business creates. We are happy to bring people together and expand the beers poured around the world – all with high-quality beer hops, sustainable hop growing practices, and a great team to make it all happen. Here’s What’s Hoppin’ This Season in […]

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Dry-Hopping Made Simple

Dry-Hopping Made Simple

Hop grower and supplier, Hopsteiner, has partnered with brewing equipment manufacturer, BrauKon, to create an entirely new product designed for dry-hopping beer. The product – called BrauKon HopSteiner – was conceived in late 2018 as a means to increase beer yields without picking up oxygen absorption.

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Yeah...you can put beer in that.

Cooking with Craft Beer

We came up with a twelve pack recipe list that is sure to help add a little extra holiday cheer in your meal prep this season. Cooking with craft beer not only adds complexity and character, but helps boost the depth of flavors already present in your dishes. And, believe it or not, it also […]

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The Hidden Secrets of the NEIPA

The Hidden Secrets of the NEIPA

The New England IPA (NEIPA) or Hazy IPA is a unique beer style that continues to climb in popularity. More and more breweries are starting to emulate the phenomenon known as the “haze craze,” giving way to opaque, cloudy glasses with intense tropical fruit notes.

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INNOVATIONS FOR BREWING AND BEYOND

New brewing innovations are helping craft brewers revolutionize beer consistency, efficiency, and aroma with highly concentrated forms of downstream hop product lines. Hopsteiner, one of the foremost hop-growing, trading, breeding, and processing firms in the world, is leading the way in the production of several new innovative hop products to answer the demand of craft […]

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Hop yard featuring Lemondrop™ hops

2018 Harvest Update

The 2018 hop harvest is less than 60 days away! We are looking forward to another bountiful season and hope you are, too. According to the USDA-NASS hop acreage report, the U.S. hop crop is forecasted to increase to 55,339 acres – up 4% from last year’s 53,282 acres.

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