BOSTON — As the unprecedented hops shortage continues, Boston Beer Co. has launched a hops sharing program to aid other craft brewers in need. “We looked at our own hops supplies at Boston Beer and decided we could share some of our hops with other craft brewers who are struggling to get hops this year,” according to the company, producer of the Samuel Adams brand. The company is offering 10,000 pounds of East Kent Goldings from Tony Redsell, a top English grower, and 10,000 pounds of the ...

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