Hops for making beer

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    The great wine region of Languedoc Roussillon is NOT famous for beer (Cap D'Ona is the exception that proves the rule). But here are the hops (houblon?) growing by the side of the road just asking to be added to beer.

    Ølakademiet, La.Catholique, and 7 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. pdtnc 66 months ago | reply

      Lovely shot :)

    2. RumpledElf 40 months ago | reply

      Hi, I used this photo here: photographicdictionary.com/h/hops

      Thanks for sharing with a CC license!

    3. Bill Selak 22 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the creative commons license. We're using this photo is a slideshow for the West Coast Beercast. and your photo is awesome. You can find your pic (& credit) at
      www.westcoastbeercast.com/

    4. david.nikonvscanon 22 months ago | reply

      I have subscribed to you YouTube videos, very much my type of video. I particularly enjoyed the Sierra Nevada overview. Keep up the good work. (I also brew my own heavy hopped beers. Cheers

    5. Bill Selak 22 months ago | reply

      Glad to hear it!! Thanks again for the great photo.

    6. fibailey 11 months ago | reply

      Hi just wanted to check you're happy for me to use this great photo to illustrate a free scibar event about the history of brewing at a local pub/microbrewery in Cheshire, UK?Thanks

    7. david.nikonvscanon 10 months ago | reply

      Fibailey, I'm happy for yo to use my image as long as you credit my

    8. EFAO 3 months ago | reply

      Hi David,

      Beautiful photo! I used to it promote a workshop on hops growing here in Ontario at our upcoming Ecological Farmers conference, with credit to you: www.facebook.com/pages/Ecological-Farmers-of-Ontario/2116...

      Thanks for making it available!

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