The New Brewer November December 2013
November/December 2013

Raw Materials Issue

For the November/December 2013 The New Brewer, we present our Raw Materials issue. In this issue, we take a look at the hop and barley crops in the U.S. and worldwide in 2013. The issue also examines new hop varieties, gluten-reduced beer, and how to brew sticke, a version of altbier.

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Raw Materials Issue

World Barley Hop Harvest

2013 World Barley and Hops Harvest

The world barley markets are improving; the hop alpha-glut is receding; and the hop flavor/aroma markets are tightening as we offer our annual global raw materials report.

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New Hop Varieties
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The Next Big Thing

Brewers are looking at two sets of numbers these days: how many acres of popular varieties are planted, and the attributes of numbered hops under development.

Gluten Reduced Beer
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Brewing Gluten-Reduced Beer with Barley

The addition of process aids can contribute to reducing the amount of gluten proteins in beer to undetectable levels when measured using immunological tests.

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2013 BA Hop Usage Survey

The purpose of the BA Hop Usage Survey has been one of empowerment, serving a purpose not just of education, but of communication between brewers and growers.

Imperial Sticke Collaboration
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Imperial Sticke Collaboration

A dozen brewers from four continents assembled at a small brewery near Talagante in the Santiago Metropolitan Region of Chile to brew a “doppelbock-like” version of altbier.

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