Hop Products Australia virtual first harvest 2022

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Hop Products Australia (HPA) were hoping to welcome their brewing customers to the farm to share in the hustle, bustle and heady aromas of the 2022 hop harvest. Unfortunately, COVID has once again forced them to keep the farms closed to anyone not essential to protecting the health of their team and the safety of their harvest. Instead, brewers and beer lovers around the world are invited to join HPA for a second installment of virtual harvest.

This year, HPA will take you on a tour of its Victorian farmhouses and explore the themes of carbon neutral beer, the art and science of beer recipe design and the fascination with fresh hopped beers. There is sure to be something for everyone in this series of FREE sessions that will be previewed on their Facebook page before being made available on their website:

Towards a carbon-neutral future for beer | Thursday March 10 | 9am AEDT With Justin Merrell, Group Environmental Director, Lion and Tomas Remenyi, Climate Researcher, University of Tasmania

From discovering hops to designing beer recipes | Thursday March 17 | 9am AEDT With Ben Kraus, Owner, Bridge Road Brewers and James Dittko, Head Brewer, Bridge Road Brewers

Victorian Farm Tour | Thursday March 24 | 9am AEDT

With Allan Monshing, Farm Manager, Hop Products Australia

The fascination of fresh hopped beers | Thursday March 31 | 9am AEDT

With Reid Stratton, Head Brewer, Bright Brewery and David Stokie, Brewer, Bright Brewery

HPA is delighted to offer brewers and beer lovers another opportunity to learn about their company, the team behind their Australian hops and some of their Australian brewing customers. Click on here to see the full program.

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