Photos, videos and stories from instagram posts tagged with #hops
Images, videos and stories tagged with #hops
Seven Stills x Moksa Rorsach Test Pastry Stout with cacao nibs, coconut, vanilla, and coffee:
I love Moksa, this is my first Seven Stills beer in almost a year. The Abv is only 8.5% which is quite small for a beer labeled pastry Stout. The nose is chocolate, coffee, and coconut. The first sip is a blast of coffee with a blast of roast barley as well. Chocolate fills in the gaps with light coconut and vanilla on the edges. It's got a huge body that toes the line really well between old school and new school Stout. It's also sweet and you can taste each adjunct. The body has this melted ice cream feel that is a feature of the thickest pastry stouts but none of the overdoneness. Well done to Seven Stills, this is an amazing stout! 4.25/5 #bbo#bigbeersonly#beer#craftbeer#stout#pastrystout#pastryboi#coffee#beerreview#beerlover#lovebeer#hops
Jueves Sano con la versión 0,0 de Molen del grupo IFA (no tiene nada que ver con la conocida Molen holandesa).
Aroma a cereal, espuma poco persistente y un sabor más dulce que la sin.
Entre los ingredientes me sorprendió el colorante (no veo claro el pk).
Con #cerve0maestro una cerveza nueva cada día
Some easy 455# pin squats. Working that top range of motion after rehabbing some hip problems. Excited to show everyone where I am after these last couple weeks of prep!
If the moon can teach us anything,
It is to be the light in darkness.
Have you taken advantage of our Mug Club yet? 🤔 If not, now is the time - enjoy drink discounts, access to special beers and events, a Mug Club t-shirt, a beer stein, and more for only $100. Next time you’re in, ask one of servers to tell you more about it. #mugclub#thirstythursday#beerclub
Mike & Patrick Smith, B.T. Loftus Ranches
Founded in 1932
Like many families in the 1920s, the Loftus family traveled to Moxee, Washington in pursuit of work on the railroad, but instead began farming a variety of crops and livestock. As Moxee and the greater Yakima Valley transformed into a notable hop growing community, B.T. and Leota Loftus established the family’s hop farm on nine acres in 1932. Today, the family tradition is continued by third and fourth generation hop farmers, Mike and Cheryl Smith and their son, Patrick. “Hops and farming get in your blood,” says Patrick, “we can’t imagine doing anything else.” In 2015, the family expanded their hop-growing operations to the Lower Yakima Valley, establishing Tributary Hop Farms just across the Yakima River from the town of Granger.
With sustainability and environmental responsibility embedded in their core values, Loftus Ranches has installed one of the largest private solar generation projects in the state of Washington, accounting for over 80% of their facility’s electric consumption. They grow multiple hop varieties, including HBC experimental varieties, and maintain robust GlobalG.A.P., Green Chief®, and Salmon Safe farming certifications.
Loftus Ranches enjoys building genuine connections with brewers and experiencing a shared passion for hops and innovation through creative beers. They look forward to expanding with the industry and continuing to invest in its growth for many years to come. •
My little herbal apothecary corner is growing 🌿🌱-
As I've learned more about herbalism and the plants that grow all around us, I've had so much joy harvesting and working with them. The medicine is rich in these wild plants and ought to be utilized. We as a society are sick and need HEALING! Pharmaceuticals do not heal, they are a mere band-aid to your problem and keeps you tied into big pharmas revenue stream (sorry for the truth bomb).-
These are all tinctures and herbal infused oils. This practice is one that requires patience as they infuse for several months. Other than shaking them up every few days and praying over them, the rest of the work is simply in the plants *magic*☀️
Here’s a throwback to when we were building the brewery. Head Brewer Cary with his “Hops and Malt” work gloves. Happy Hour 5-7pm and Flight and a Pint starting at 7:30pm for only $12.
Esperamos veros durante este fin de semana en el taproom, celebrando que llegan las vacaciones con Groovy Baby y el resto de nuestras referencias (➡️ desliza para ver nuestra lista)
Thursday Thursday gotta get beer on Thursday! That’s how it goes right?! New crowler and bottle list for you on this fine day and you’ll notice that a brand new beer has joined the Forager team—Hop Lords: a Triple IPA brewed with barley, spelt, wheat and oats, and Nelson Sauvin hops from New Zealand. Double dry hopped again with more Nelson lending intriguing flavor and pungent aromas of white grapefruit, sauvignon blanc grapes, ripe kiwi and sour diesel.
I am really excited about today’s post! When I had the day off last Wednesday, before I felt really sick, I was actually able to use my day for something fun that included beer photography! I went trekking through the woods to get an awesome shot of this beer, Tilted Earth Summer IPA from @arborbrewingco. I ended up with so many good ones, I will be posting the rest of them in my stories! I was able to try the spring version earlier this year but it was before everything came alive so I set up my normal flat lay shot for that beer. This time I was determined to get something outside! I also like the summer version a tad bit more than the spring version. It seems more crisp, refreshing and piney and is quite the treat after hunting down good photo ops in this humidity!
Brewery: Arbor Brewing Company
Beer Name: Tilted Earth Summer IPA