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  1. I wonder if the banks that gave loans to...

    I wonder if the banks that gave loans to breweries, wineries, and distilleries have anything to say about this as these businesses are their temporary partners.
    As a consumer, nobody wants more...
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    tap handle costs?

    Just curious,, how much do these tap handles cost,,, or a range of values?

    Thanks!
  3. Alcohol consumption linked to lower disability in patients with chronic pain

    "Those who drank 21 to 35 units of alcohol per week were 67% less likely than never drinkers to experience disability. (One unit of alcohol is a half pint of average strength beer/lager, one small...
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    Here's a new method to try? Pervaporation....

    Here's a new method to try? Pervaporation.
    http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2014-11/f-sf-itt110414.php
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    Thanks Damase! I can hardly wait for all the...

    Thanks Damase! I can hardly wait for all the great brews folks will be now brewing with neomexicanus hops. One suggestion I would have for all brewers using these hops,, and it's my opinion for...
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    Neomexicanus hop story- Smithsonian

    For years I've posted questions, photos and info about my research project breeding neomexicanus hops in New Mexico.
    Here's the story of how it all started and where it is now.
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  7. Are imported hops irradiated like other herb crops?

    Does anyone have info about imported hops being irradiated? It seems as though many herb crops are required to be irradiated before importation.

    Thanks!
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    Since 2008, no hop root research?

    Just thought I'd bump this thread back into the cycle.
    Since 2008, there still is no research on the chemistries of hop roots?
    No hungry analytical chemists out there?
    Nobody thinks there is...
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    I'm not sure of an answer to your question, but...

    I'm not sure of an answer to your question, but it's my understanding that to accurately test for at least uranium, ICP-MS is required for any kind of accuracy. Uranium will be mobile in the water...
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    Barley virus and the Crusades

    "Scientists have for the first time sequenced an ancient RNA genome – of a barley virus once believed to be only 150 years old - pushing its origin back at least 2,000 years and revealing how intense...
  11. An electronic tongue that can tell what brand of beer?

    New research article on an electric tongue that can tell what brand of beer.....

    http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2014-01/f-sf-aet013014.php

    "Using more powerful tools – supervised...
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    "Wildcrafting" for terroir

    Here's some good info on folks that are "wildcrafting" for terroir.

    http://www.opb.org/artsandlife/article/npr-forget-barley-and-hops-craft-brewers-want-a-taste-of-place/

    Imagine what flavors...
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    Oregano in beer?

    Anybody know of any brews with Oregano? Ever brew with it?
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    "Mexican Sugar Pine", if that's what it's really...

    "Mexican Sugar Pine", if that's what it's really called, has a phenomenal aroma of intense brown sugar when cut/sanded.
    Ceylon Satinwood has a gorgeous aroma when cut/sanded.

    I'm not sure about...
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    Sorghum is now proven to be gluten free

    Add sorghum to the list of gluten free grains.

    http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2013-04/acs-vts040313.php
  16. Fruit flies force their young to drink alcohol -- for their own good

    Interesting research-

    “The fruit fly larvae raise their blood alcohol levels, so that the wasps living in their blood will suffer,” Schlenke says. “When you think of an immune system, you usually...
  17. Underage youth drinking concentrated among small number of brands- research study

    "We now know, for the first time, what alcohol brands – and which companies – are profiting the most from the sale of their products to underage drinkers," said lead study author Michael Siegel, MD,...
  18. Hops, beer, humulone and future medicines?

    New research on humulone.

    http://www.washington.edu/news/2013/01/29/beers-bitter-compounds-could-help-brew-new-medicines/
  19. Scandinavian barley, reindeer and genetics

    Very interesting research on day length, genetics, barley, and the need to flower with the time and energy given.

    http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2012-05/nbi-bta051112.php
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    Around here, organic, non-GMO corn carries a...

    Around here, organic, non-GMO corn carries a serious premium $ amount. Think of chicken, turkey, and all kinds of animal feed for the organic feed industry. Organic grains supply far more industries...
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    The best decorative hop plant? If you want the...

    The best decorative hop plant?

    If you want the most interesting leaf, choose Humulus lupulus var. neomexicanus. ;)

    The most interesting flowers are on a variety of H.L. var. neomexicanus that...
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    Medicinal value of alcohol?

    More and more, I see research promoting moderate alcohol consumption as a benefit to human health.

    Is alcohol not far from being promoted as medicinal in purpose? Can your company use this...
  23. Research- distillers grains, livestock, sulfur

    New research about feeding distillers grains to livestock. Sulfur is an issue, but not for pigs.

    http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2012-03/uoic-uoi032112.php
  24. Fermentation to create biological surfactants

    Fermentation science now being used to create biological surfactants for environmentally-friendly washing and cleaning.

    “If we want natural surfactants to conquer the mass market, we need to...
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    A better grain storage method/concept?

    Here's some current research on hermetic bags for grain storage. In this case, the lack of oxygen inhibited the weevils from utilizing water, and the weevils died from thirst.
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