Richmond, Tasman 7081,
New Zealand Hops Ltd
PO Box 3205
Richmond, Nelson 7050,
Phone +64 3 544 8989
Fax +64 3 544 6007
Adding further support to the Australian brewing industry, NZ Hops is pleased to announce the appointment of Kirrily Waldhorn who recently joined their team in a newly formed position: Sales & Marketing AU. Kirrily is better known to the Australian brewing industry as Beer Diva, and really needs no introduction. She brings over 20 years experience in the Australian beer industry, including time with LionCO and supporting Dan Murphy's. Well regarded as an editor, beer presenter and judge she is driven by a mission to rewrite the story of beer in Australia and introduce Australians to the benefits of pouring a fine porter...
Well, the frenetic weeks of annual harvest have now drawn to a close! The 2021 harvest was largely finished by the Easter weekend, with few late bales delivered soon after. The season ran a little ‘slower and lower’ than previous years due to cooler temperatures and more pockets of rain than normal. However, we generally enjoyed mild calm weather throughout. Whilst total hop production delivered was down close to 20% versus last year, with the effects of the Boxing Day hailstorm, we’ve been rewarded with some awesome yields for some cornerstone varieties like, Riwaka™, Nectaron® and Nelson Sauvin™. Most pleasing however, given the...
Today America’s Brewers Association released its highly anticipated 2021 Beer Style Guidelines which have included two completely new styles recognising New Zealand hops: New Zealand-Style Pale Ale New Zealand-Style India Pale Ale The guidelines set the scene for brewers, beer judges and competition organisers all around the world. New Zealand hops have been recognised for their unique profile, providing flavours and aromas like no other hops. The Association has particularly noted the strength of New Zealand hop varieties; Nelson Sauvin™, Moutere™, Wakatu™, Rakau™ and Motueka™. Use of these hops and others from the portfolio of New Zealand grown hops, will help define...
Craft beer drinkers can relax.
The hailstorm that hammered the Nelson region on Boxing Day, knocking out as much as one-fifth of this season’s hops crop, won’t have much impact on the price of beer.
That’s according to the co-operative NZ Hops, whose 27 growers produce most of the local hops used by many of New Zealand's 200 craft beer makers.
https://www.nzherald.co.nz/brand-insight/nz-hops-capturing-world-attention/WDQT3QP2SX6OEVULJM7POPO5BM/ NZ hops capturing world attention 13 Nov, 2020 12:00 AM Hop breeders, Dr Ron Beatson and Kerry Templeton. Photo / Supplied. Sponsored byPlant & Food Research Plant & Food Research's 70 years of work with hops still paying off globally. Kiwis like their beer – we have more breweries per capita than anywhere else in the world. With more than 200 craft breweries nationwide, experimentation to produce beers with new and different flavour experiences is widespread, with the major flavour component coming from hops. New Zealand has some of the most sought-after hops in the world. Not only does...