Purdue Extension is hosting a full-day hop production workshop on Nov. 30 at Indiana City Brewing Company. Registration is open until Monday, Nov. 26.
See agenda at bit.ly/INhops2018 for detailed times and speaker bios.
Rob Sirrine discusses lessons from Michigan hop production such as brewer/grower networking, hop quality control, and cost of production.
ISDA explains the Indiana Grown program and its benefits.
Rob Caputo gives advice to growers from the brewer's perspective.
Lori Hoagland discusses soils and soil fertility impacts on production.
David Gent outlines best practices for managing priority diseases.
Meet with other hop growers throughout the day to compare notes and tips.
Also, stick around for a social gathering following the close of the workshop.
Registration is $25 due by Monday, Nov. 26. Please see the registration information at bit.ly/INhops2018.
Unfortunately we cannot accept credit cards or process refunds but you may substitute someone in your place if you cannot attend.
All registration questions can be directed to Amy Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812-349-2575.
Please notify Amy Thompson of any reasonable accommodations required for you to participate at the workshop.
Please notify Amy Thompson of any dietary restrictions prior to Nov. 26.