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Fresh NW Hops

Fresh NW Hops

Fresh Hop Collage. #hops #beer  Deschutes Brewery is a Green Spot business AND winner of the of the 2012 Sustainability Awards: http://envirocenter.org/get-involved/sustainability-awards/deschutes-brewery-large-business-sustainability-champion-1

Fresh Hop Collage. #hops #beer Deschutes Brewery is a Green Spot business AND winner of the of the 2012 Sustainability Awards: http://envirocenter.org/get-involved/sustainability-awards/deschutes-brewery-large-business-sustainability-champion-1

Mmm, beer valentine's cards

Fresh Brewed Valentine’s

Hops 'Cascade' long-lived ornamental perennial vine used in making malt beverages. 10x6' self polinating

Hops 'Cascade' long-lived ornamental perennial vine used in making malt beverages. self polinating

Hops: A Homebrewers Guide Get Drunk All Night: Follow Microbrewery on Tumblr!

Hops: A Homebrewers' Guide Hops are the flowers (also called seed cones or strobiles) of the hop plant Humulus They are used primarily as a flavoring and stability agent in beer, to which they impart bitter, zesty, or citric flavours;

Hopfen für Raupen

Hops, for hot flashes, weight control, and cancer prevention

Homebrewing is a fun way to learn how craft beer really works. This infographic outlines the basic first steps to get started. in Infographics

Food infographic A Beginner's Guide to Homebrewing :: INFOGRAPHIC Infographic Description Brewing your own beer can be confusing for a beginner.

Want to create an organic privacy screen?  Try Hops. "No other vine is faster growing or more effective as an ornamental screen. Plants can grow up to 20 feet in one year when grown in a sunny location and are easily trained on a fence of trellis. Each year they die back to the crown in winter. In late summer the vines bear cone-like flowers that have a fresh, pine-like fragrance."

Want to create an organic privacy screen? Try Hops. No other vine is faster growing or more effective as an ornamental screen. Plants can grow up to 20 feet in one year when grown in a sunny location and are easily trained on a fence of trellis.

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