The new crop looks like a good one, thanks to an additional 9,000 acres of hops that were planted in Washington, Oregon and Idaho
The brewing industry is getting a boost thanks, in part, to the increasing availability of hops. While beer prices at Dorothy Lane Market have increased over the last year and are now about 10% higher than they were this time last year, the tide is turning, said Jerry Post, beer and wine director for Dorothy Lane's Washington Square store, one of three locations in the Dayton, Ohio area. “Prices have seemed to stabilize,” he said. “It seems like the situation is getting better.” The price ...
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