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beautiful clusters of NC hop cones

Close up of NC-grown hop cones

This event is over but watch for similar upcoming events on our website.

12/10/2018 – Early bird registration for the 2019 South Atlantic Hops Conference in Asheville, NC ends on December 31, 2018. SO, hurry and buy your tickets now and save some money!

This is going to be a great conference. We are bringing in two of the Michigan State University specialists, Rob Sirrine and Erin Lizotte, who helped the Michigan hops industry grow from almost nothing to the #1 hops growing region outside of the Pacific Northwest. We can learn so much from their experiences; good and bad. We also have a whole track devoted to other creative markets for hops. Think outside the box a bit! There are chefs, florists, herb and tea companies, and more looking for high quality, locally grown hops. And what about making distillates? Or what other crops can you grow to compliment your hops? We have so much to learn, and this conference is a good place to do so. Networking opportunities abound, and of course, you can’t miss being in Asheville for St. Patrick’s Day! So, follow the link below and register today (this could be a great holiday gift for someone, too.). PS, we are looking for sponsors and exhibitors, too. Is this your market?

South Atlantic Hops Conference website

hops grower in hops costume

We promise to have a little fun, too!