Very cool! It’s great that you have stuck with it for so long. My homebrew club has a 1 acre hop farm in NE Ohio that we took over from OSU. My wife volunteered once a week this summer. This is our 2nd year and we just had a first harvest for this year last weekend. We took our hops (Chinook, Cascade, Centennial, Columbus, and Galena) to Mr. Wizards up in SE Michigan and they process them, dry, and pelletize them. I helped process them with my wife and other club members at the facility on harvest day. It was interesting seeing all of their fancy equipment and learning how it all works. They even test all of our hops for all the different acid percentages, package them, and broker what we can’t use. The Chinooks smelled amazing and was the best yield of all so far. Next week we have to harvest Nugget, Golding, Willamette, Mt. Hood, and Sterling.
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