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November/December 2022

Raw Materials Issue

For the November/December The New Brewer, we present our annual Raw Materials issue, focusing on the 2022 barley and hop harvest in the U.S. and around the world. In addition, the issue explores topics such as new hop varieties, regenerative barley, and new developments in hops and barley to combat climate change.

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Raw Materials Issue

The New Brewer World Barley and Hop Harvests

2022 World Barley and Hops Harvests

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.

Raw Materials Issue

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The New Brewer Regenerative Barley
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Regenerative Barley

Regenerative agricultural practices such as reduced tilling, cover cropping, and enhanced water management can remove significant amounts of CO2 from the atmosphere.

The New Brewer German Hops and Barley Inovations
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Bred for a Harsh New World

New hop and barley varieties must be able to cope with greater temperature extremes, less precipitation, less fertilizer, and fewer phytosanitary measures.

The New Brewer New Hop Varieties
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New Hop Varieties

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.

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