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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.



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 […]


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.


Craft beer

When “Juicy” Meets “Fruity”

What do you get when you remove most of the bitterness found in a traditional India Pale Ale (IPA) and add the most “fruit-forward” hops available? You get a beer deserving of its own style – the New England IPA (NEIPA).


hop harvest

From Bine to Brew: It’s Springtime in Hopland

Join us this year for what’s gearing up to be another exciting hop harvest! In September, brewers from around the world visit our farms to select and contract hops for the coming year. Hopsteiner hosts a series of raw hop aroma evaluations and flavor panels.


Beer Gift Guide

11 Unique Gifts for the Beer Enthusiast

Do you need to figure out what to give the beer lover in your life for the holidays? Or perhaps, what to put on your own wish list? We are excited to share some unique items that are sure to impress the person in your life who is passionate about craft beer.



Hopsteiner Discovers Wild Genetic Anomalies in Hops

With Hopsteiner’s support, Katherine Easterling, a Doctoral Candidate at Florida State University (FSU), discovered a genetic anomaly within domestic and wild hop plants that can be used to make new, innovative hops, leading to better beer.


Thanksgiving Beer Pairings

Beer Pairings for Your Thanksgiving Meal

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, thousands of people are scrambling to put together the perfect meal for their guests; trying to outdo what they did the year before by adding new and improved recipes and drink ideas to the mix. So, this year, how about going a little unconventional with your drink of choice? […]


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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