Beginning Hops Class
Saturday, March 7, 2015
9:00 am - 2:30 pm
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ontario County
480 North Main Street, Canandaigua, NY 14424
Back in the 1880’s, New York was the leader in hops production, producing over 90% of the hops in the United States. As a result of two devastating diseases, downy and powdery mildew, the production of hops declined. In 1920 prohibition provided the final blow to the production of hops in New York and the industry was wiped out.
The recent passing of the New York State Farm Brewery Legislation has kick started this once booming industry back to life. Farm breweries are popping up left and right and so are the number of hop growers within the state. With this new revolution comes many questions from folks interested in growing hops. To help address these questions, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ontario County is offering a regional Beginning Hops Class.
The program presenters include: Steve Miller, Cornell Cooperative Extension Hops Specialist addressing “What you need to know in growing hops. Rick Pedersen, one of the most experienced hops growers in New York State, speaking on the evolution of his operation, where he started and where he is today. Chris and Brian , Climbing Bines, will address, what brewers are looking for when purchasing hops.
Fee: $25.00/person which includes lunch. Registration: contact Cornell Cooperative Extension Ontario County, 585-394-3977 x 427 or email Nancy with your name, address, and phone number.
The 2014 Hops Conference DVD is available for purchase. Conference attendees will receive a 50% discount for the 2014 DVD (shipping is included & no tax). Please fill out DVD Order Form (click link to access form) and make checks payable to CCE of Madison County. Mail directly to P.O. Box 1209, Morrisville, NY 13408. Make sure you indicate which year you want on the order form. Unfortunately we do not have credit card access.
Bundschuh's Greenhouses is pleased to offer 15 varieties of hop plants grown from first generation cuttings of virus indexed stock purchased from Washington State's Clean Plant program.
1033 Victor Road
Macedon, NY 14502 Phone: 315-986-8872
Plants come in 4 1/2 inch pots and in trays of 12, but it is not necessary to purchase any one variety in a full tray. Orders can be placed for however many plants of each variety is needed. No dead line for ordering. Date of availability for plants to be picked up will depend on date ordered. The earlier the order is placed, the better the chance for pick up by Memorial Day weekend. Pick up will be at Bundshuh's Greenhouses. People may call the greenhouse at 315-986-8872, leave a message and someone will return their call. We ship to customers.
Varieties Available: Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, Columbus, Cluster, Fuggle, Liberty, Newport, Nugget, Perle, Kent Golding, Saaz, Teamaker, Tettnang and Willamette.
1-100 $5.00 each
101-375 $4.50 each
376-750 $4.25 each
751-999 $4.00 each
1,000 or more $3.00 each
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Madison County in collaboration with Zerrillo’s Greenhouse is pleased to offer 20 different varieties of hop plants grown from first generation cuttings of virus indexed stock purchased from Washington State’s Clean Plant program that is funded by the USDA.
This is part of a project to demonstrate the viability of local plant production and to provide virus free sources of planting stock for the industry.
Alpharoma, Cascade, Centennial, Chinook, Newport, Nugget, Saaz, Teamaker, Triple Pearl, Ultra, Willamette will be sold in 4 1/2 inch pots and can be purchased by the tray. Quantity discounts available. Cashmere, Crystal, Horizon, Styrian Gold, Tahoma, Serebrianka, Sorachi Ace, Yakima Gold, Zatechi Cerveni also by the f lat in 4 1/2 inch pots but available in lesser quantities. The minimum order is 30 plants per single variety.
Quantities are Limited!
Orders are being filled on a first come first serve basis. Deadline to order plants is March 15th, 2015. A 25% down payment is required to place an order. The plants will be available through Zerrillo’s Greenhouse in Syracuse and must be picked up there. Plants should be available approximately June 8th, 2015. Make checks payable to Zerrillo’s Greenhouse and mail to CCE Madison County at P.O. Box 1209, Morrisville, NY 13408, Attn. Steve Miller. NYS Sales Tax rate of 8% will be charged unless the order is accompanied by a NYS Farm Sales Tax Exemption Form (Form ST-125). Plants must be paid in full on or before pickup. We can produce more plants from a later flush of growth if the first batch is sold out.
· These varieties are in high demand. They are excellent choices for many east coast plantings. Don’t miss this opportunity to have these in your yard!
· These plants are second generation plants from cuttings of virus indexed stock purchased from the Washington State Clean Plant program. Because these 2nd generation plants were grown from clean tissue culture, they should not contain latent hop viruses, downy mildew or powdery mildew.
Friday Night Beer Pairing Dinner at Colgate Inn, click here
Saturday Night Hop Dinner at Colgate Inn, click here
The Cornell Hops Conference is Saturday, December 6, 2014. The conference starts at 8:00am and will end tentatively at 5:00pm. The 2014 conference will take place at Morrisville State College in Morrisville, New York. Morrisville State College is approximately 20 miles southeast of Syracuse. The registration fee is $75 for NeHA members and $85 for Non-NeHA members. Registration includes your entrance to the conference and lunch. Space is limited so reserve your spot today. Please note if we do not receive payment by December 1 your spot will be given to someone else. In addition to the conference there will be a beer pairing dinner Friday, December 5 at the Colgate Inn. After the conference there will be a happy hour and a dinner featuring hops as an ingredient. More information can be found on the registration pages.
Hotel Accommodations: There are rooms blocked at Wendt University Inn (315-824-4400) under Hops Conference. Remember to book early.
If you have any questions regarding the conference or registration, please contact Alycia at firstname.lastname@example.org or 315-684-3001 ext. 108.
We look forward to seeing you in December.