The Northeast Hop Alliance (NeHA) welcomes hops growers, brewers, educators, and supporters to join us in promoting hops as a specialty crop in the Northeast, and to restore hops as the profitable agricultural industry that once thrived in this area for nearly 150 years.
Organized in 2001.
Sub-chapters in Maryland, New York and New England.
Advised by Cornell Cooperative Extension of NY and the University of Vermont Crops and Soils Team.
Over 200 members across the Northeast and mid-Atlantic.
Membership includes hops growers, brewers, homebrewers, historians, educators, and hops supporters of all kinds.
Our Mission Statement
The Northeast Hop Alliance is a broad based coalition established to explore the feasibility of re-establishing commercial specialty hops production in New York and the Northeast.
Secure financial, scientific and community resources to support the commercial viability of commercial hops production in New York and the Northeast.
Enhance the cultural heritage of hops production through education, agri-tourism, and architectural preservation.