tnbnd14 cover 580x750 1
November/December 2014

Raw Materials Issue

For the November/December 2014 The New Brewer, we present our Raw Materials issue. For this issue, we review the 2014 world hops and barley harvests; discuss new hop varieties; present the BA Hop Usage Survey results; and examine barley and malt from the Southern Hemisphere.

Please Log In to View The New Brewer® Online.

Log In
Member-Only Content

Please Log In to View The New Brewer® Online.

Log In

Want a sneak peek?

Check out a free issue of the magazine!

About The New Brewer

Cover Story

Raw Materials Issue

tnbnd14 Hops Barley Harvest 1140x500 1

2014 World Barley and Hops Harvest

A comprehensive look at the 2014 hops and barley harvests, broken out into regions. First up: how shifting demand for hop varieties has led to replanting in the U.S.

Raw Materials Issue

Featured Stories

tnbnd14 Groundbreaking 600x400 1
The New Brewer: Raw Materials Issue

Groundbreaking

More new varieties are on the way, including plenty from other hop growing countries and some from parts of the U.S. where farmers only recently began growing hops.

tnbnd14 Hop Usage Survey 600x400 1
The New Brewer: Raw Materials Issue

2014 BA Hop Usage Survey

Some things remain unchanged. Cascade’s reign in the top spot of the BA Hop Usage Survey stretches on, but there’s a newcomer in the top 10.

tnbnd14 Southern perspective 600x400 1
The New Brewer: Raw Materials Issue

Barley and Malt from a Southern Hemisphere Perspective

In the geography of malt and barley, Chile is usually not the first country that comes to mind. But in a normal year, some 75 percent of the Chilean harvest is of malting quality.

Latest Issues

Browse Other Issues Here
The New Brewer November December 2023 Cover
Raw Materials Issue
The New Brewer September October 2023
Sales & Marketing Issue
The New Brewer July August 2023 Cover
Technical Brewing / Brewery Operations Issue