Kyle Wynette discusses selling hops to craft brewers

How do you like your beer?  That’s the art of the craft brewer but there’s something to be said about the terroir of the hops. And that’s where a young generation of farmers is making a mark.

Kyle Wynette and his wife Julie have a six-acre hopyard near Tavistock, Ontario. And they are hyped about this month’s Great Ontario-Hopped Craft Beer Competition.

 

This podcast personalizes what happens in the hopyard, long before getting to a craft beer competition. 

 

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