Chief Economist Bart Watson overviews the U.S. hops market, along with analysis of the state of hoppy beers and craft brewer hop usage.Read More
In this webinar, learn about the Hop Research Council, the BA Hopsource event, and their respective roles in supporting hop research.Read More
This seminar discusses takeaways from the industry's seminal Life Cycle Assessment to explore the carbon footprint of hops from field to pellets.Read More
In this seminar, listen to the USDA-ARS research team as they explore the emerging advancements of the U.S. public hop breeding program.Read More
Hear brief presentations from researchers doing work relevant to the craft beer industry, including work funded by BA research grants.Read More
This seminar educates brewers on what new information we have learned and what we still do not know about hop creep.Read More
The Brewers Association Supply Chain Subcommittee shares 2022 year-end industry updates on brewing supply chain issues and activities.Read More
Breeding clearly is one way for the industry to reduce its carbon footprint, even if line items are added to the checklist for what makes a “good” hop.
A comprehensive look at the 2022 hops and barley harvests. Hop acreage declined slightly in the U.S., while the European harvest was the worst in decades.
New hop and barley varieties must be able to cope with greater temperature extremes, less precipitation, less fertilizer, and fewer phytosanitary measures.