Training Day

Crowning, pruning, twining, are all activities that lead up to training. Training is the activity that sets the hop bines onto the coconut fiber twine tied to the top of the trellis. The day you train the bine, is the day it starts running towards to the top of the...

First Signs of Downy

It was a warm snowless winter in Southern Maine, and it’s unclear how that will affect the 2016 harvest. Because the warmth has continued into the spring, we are seeing the plants coming up about two week early, and with the dry weather we’ve had the...

Sheep on our farm

This summer we hosted six sheep on our farm for about ten days. The results were interesting, and the experience was worth while. There are some logistically hurdles before we are ready to scale this effort up, specifically issues around fungus and pest management...

Fresh Hop Beers – 2015

We are thrilled to have worked with another killer line up of brewers this year. Below is a list of the fresh hop beers we had a chance to play a part in.   Sebago Brewing Company –┬áLocal Harvest Allagash Brewing Company – Sixteen Counties Liquid Riot...

2015 Harvest Through Instagram

Here are a few shots of our hops heading into the world. You can follow us here! A few hundred pounds of these FRESH Centennial Hops should make for a pretty epic Wet Hop IPA coming soon from @greatrhythmbrewing! #newhampshire #craftbeer #drinkgreatbeer...