How to plant hops
How to plant hops ? Home In a garden, on a balcony, a roof, along a wall, a pergola, in the ground or in a container: hops grow everywhere, but not just anyhow! Although hops are a perennial plant, which can often be seen in the wild, along hedgerows, forest edges, or waterways, growing it […]
Why we will not grow any Citra®, Amarillo™, Simcoe® in France
Why we will not grow any Citra®, Amarillo™, Simcoe® in France Accueil Between aromas and bittering IPA, Double IPA, DDH IPA, DDH NEIPA… the hopped beer styles that have landed on draft spouts and wine store shelves in recent years feature hops prominently. Hops are no longer just a bittering agent and bring a hint of […]
5 reasons to plant hops at home !
Many amateur brewers like to produce their own hops in order to be independent or simply to enhance their beers with an ultra-local and unique production, here are 5 reasons to plant hops in your garden, roof or balcony!
What are the old varieties of hops?
What are the old varieties of hops? Accueil Did you know ? There are more than 250 varieties of hops identified in the world, among which some are very old, and are no longer cultivated on a commercial scale, yet they have many interests! The very first mention of the use of hops in cervoise […]
Why plant hops in winter?
Although hops are often planted in the spring or fall by professionals, planting hops in winter also has its advantages: the plant is dormant, and the weeks spent in the ground will allow it to get off to a better start as soon as first rays of spring!