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Almost all of the nation’s beer hops—and roughly 40 percent of all hops in the world—are grown by about 75 farms in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho, many of them owned by families who have farmed hops for four or five generations.
Although many people like hops in beer, the team said, growing actual hops requires enormous amounts of water and energy, which makes the taste highly variable between crops.
Even though we wanted to go to the sock hop and party and do all those things and go to the circus like any other kid, we were exposed to other things.
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Breeding hop varieties to have lower concentrations could diminish the “beer creep” problem faced by large-volume craft brewers who distribute their beer over long distances.
Brewers call that volatile release “beer creep,” says Paul Matthews, a senior research scientist in the Washington state branch of Hopsteiner, an international commercial hop grower and processor headquartered in New York City.
At each location, the team measured the concentrations of four aroma glycosides in each hop cultivar.
To stay connected in real time employees will either communicate via Slack or go old school and hop on a call.
What more could one desire of him, I pray, Than just to hop around and stand for K?
The Kangaroo can hop and hop and hop; Somehow he never seems to want to stop.
He skirted the place with a quick goosey hop, stumbled a little and felt panic, but made it all right to the office.

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