• General

Correctly applying the alpha clause for hops

The alpha clause for aroma hops was developed to fairly deal with a difficult crop. What is the origin of the alpha clause, how can it be applied and what should be considered during its application? Thomas Raiser, sales & marketing director at BarthHaas, explains.

You might also be interested in these articles

Hop Contracts: Navigating Change Together

We are increasingly facing the challenges of climate change, which put hops under stress and have a negative impact on yield and productivity. This…

Focus on stability

If you want to get on top of beer stability, you’d be well advised to pay attention to light stability. The path leads via flavor. Light and flavor…

Alcohol-free and dry hopping

Some things behave differently under the influence of alcohol. This can be easily observed in adults and, although less frequently, in pets as well.…

How to brew a franconian house beer?

The BarthHaas Campus Concept Brewery is the ultimate taste workshop in the beer world. Here, the BarthHaas taste experts combine rich brewing…