6th Annual Seminar for Barley, Hops, and Brewing scheduled for March

Brewing is one of Wisconsin’s honored traditions. With a rich crop industry, Wisconsin growers have explored the benefits of growing a unique and challenging crop like hops. University of Wisconsin-Extension is hosting a hop production seminar to advance the brewing tradition in Wisconsin on March 7 rom 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in Bloomer, Wisconsin.

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Workshop addresses hop and barley production for Wisconsin craft beer industry

Contact: Carl Duley, 608-685-6256, carl.duley@wisc.edu Tim Rehbein, 608-637-5276, timothy.rehbein@ces.uwex.edu If you’re interested in growing hops and barley make plans to attend the 2nd annual seminar on hop and barley production on April 9 hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Extension, Cooperative Extension. Western Wisconsin has a rich history in crop production, and these are two additional […]

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Workshop addresses hop and barley production for Wisconsin craft beer industry

Contact: Carl Duley, 608-685-6256, carl.duley@wisc.edu Tim Rehbein, 608-637-5276, timothy.rehbein@ces.uwex.edu Hops were once grown extensively in Western Wisconsin. While the Pacific Northwest is now a major world supplier of hops, Wisconsin may be a player in the production of hops for local craft breweries. Likewise, malting barley was once produced throughout the Midwest. There may again […]

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