Freshops clothing, books, hop oil, and hop growing accessories
This light tan T-shirt features a historic photo of a hop stilt worker stringing a hop yard around 1930 in England, accompanied by the phrase “Hop 2 It”.
Available Sizes: Medium, Large, and XL. Unisex sizing—women, order one size smaller for best fit.
After years of experimentation, fellow hop-head Bob Bero of Ohio has come up with the perfect answer for those times when you’re jonesing for a sweet hop hit. All the kick of Cascade hops without the buzz. Hop to it! Each 4 oz. bag contains approximately 22 candies.
The perfect answer for those times when you’re jonesing for a sweet hop hit.
Use a clip gun to insert the hop clip which holds the hop twine in the ground.
The Freshops logo is from a series of woodcuts done in England in the 1500’s.
New Color: Lime Green on Dark Brown!
Also available in Tan and Stonewash Green Sizes: M, L, XL. Unisex sizing—women, order one size smaller for best fit.
Show your love of brewing with this Hawaiian Hop/Barley print shirt.
“Tells you exactly how to do it, step by step… catches your mistakes before you make them. A hands on, practical guide from someone who knows.” —The late Michael Jackson, internationally renowned beer writer
Steam-distilled Cascade oil in alcohol imparts aroma and flavor but no bitterness. Handy when all you can find is hopless beer.
Laser-engraved western red cedar plant identification stake.
Don’t assume that you’ll remember which variety of hop you planted when they bloom months later. Use these beautiful stakes to jog your memory and flaunt your good taste in hops.
Made from the coir fiber of the coconut husk and imported from Sri Lanka. Commercial Growers have been using Coir Yarn for years. A bundle of coir is 10- 20 ft. strings. 85 lb. test.
In addition to agricultural twine, coir yarn is used in the manufacture of mats/matting and carpets, brush mats/matting, netting, geo textiles (for landscaping and on embankments of road construction to prevent soil erosion), and building construction.
Grow Your Own…Brew Your Own! Enhance the flavor, aroma, and uniqueness of your homebrew by growing your own hops, brewing herbs, and malt grains, using this book as your guide.