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|Friday, July 16, 2010|
Northwest hops farmers have seen a decrease in demand for their product from large beer companies, but that doesn't mean there is no longer a market for their crops.
To adapt, farmers like John Annen of Mt. Angel are switching over to growing specialty aroma hops for craft breweries.
Read the full story at Capital Press.
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