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Hopsteiner Brewing Calculators

Supercharge Your Beer Production With Hopsteiner’s Brewing Calculators

One of the biggest questions that brewing companies, big and small, have on their minds at all times is: “How can I formulate and optimize my recipes?” We know the struggle of manually testing recipes and determining how much of each ingredient you need, so we here at Hopsteiner decided to come up with a […]

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Hopsteiner Customer Portal

Managing Your Hops Just Got a Whole Lot Easier

Hopsteiner is excited to announce its first-ever web-based hop purchasing system. The new Hopsteiner Customer Portal provides brewers in the United States, Canada and Mexico with the ability to search and purchase available hop varieties, track orders, access hops invoices and contracts, and manage their account. The new Customer Portal is a convenient tool that […]

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Hopsteiner Has Brewed Up Seven New Hop Varieties

Hopsteiner Has Brewed Up Seven New Hop Varieties

Hopsteiner has developed seven new proprietary and experimental hop varieties that are sure to tap the senses of brewers and beer enthusiasts across the globe. With over 170 years of experience, Hopsteiner continues its legacy as a world leader in hop-growing, trading, breeding and processing. Having cultivated over 80 hop varieties, Hopsteiner is constantly developing […]

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How Important Is It for Your Beer to Have Good Foam?

How Important Is It for Your Beer to Have Good Foam?

Whether you’re pouring your favorite beer or trying a new one, the first thing you look for is that frothy foam. But, what many people don’t think about is what makes the foam creamy or bubbly. Surprisingly, it’s the type of gas used in the brewing process. And believe it or not, the foam on […]

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Breaking down the science of dry hopping and its effects on bitterness

Breaking Down the Science of Dry Hopping and its Effects on Bitterness

With brewers jumping on the dry hopping bandwagon these days, questions surrounding the process and its effects on beer bitterness are on tap and up for discussion. Dr. John Paul Maye, technical director at Hopsteiner, presented a seminar on the topic at the Craft Brewers Conference in Washington, D.C. last month. As a seasoned scientist […]

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