Our new normal
This inaugural sustainability report is our first step toward a kinder, greener future.
Mountain Culture named among best beers of 2021
Be Kind Rewind was voted #5 Best Hazy / NEIPA of 2021 on Untappd.
2021 Crop Report
We have completed the 2021 hop harvest. Galaxy® yield grew 7.2% year-on-year which marks 11 years of continuous growth.
Our stance on hop selections
HPA recognise the important role that hop selections play in the beer industry. We understand flavour profile can differ from season-to-season and lot-by-lot.
Hop storage techniques that preserve impact in beer
Simple steps brewers can take to keep their hops fresh and their beers consistent.
BarthHaas Global Sustainability Report 2020/2021
The BarthHaas group has come together to publish our first global sustainability report.
Blasta’s unbridled passion for quality beer
They went back-to-back at the Perth Royal Beer Awards, winning Champion Beer once again.
Interpreting hop certificates of analysis
Understanding hop analysis is key to producing beer of consistent quality.
We now supply New Zealand varieties grown by Clayton Hops
Place your orders for Motueka, Pacifica, Rakau and Riwaka.
Meet Eclipse®
The newest proprietary variety from our hop breeding program is bursting with sweet mandarin, zesty citrus peel and fresh pine needles.
BarthHaas Sustainability Report 2020/2021
They are set to reduce their CO2 emissions by at least 30% by 2030.
BarthHaas Hop Report 2020/2021
Timely statistics on global hop and brewing industries, as well as insights into the latest agronomic and economic trends.
Introducing SPECTRUM
The next generation of liquid dry hopping that increases brewing yields and reduces tank time while delivering maximum hop flavour.
Beerfarm gets the gold, as nature intended
Beerfarm have a bright future after being awarded the HPA trophy for Best IPA Packaged at the Perth Royal Beer Awards.
Sunday Road walk the path to the Australian International Beer Awards.
They were ironically awarded the HPA trophy for Best New World Style Pale Ale for their Cryotherapy Hazy IPA.
BarthHaas March 2021 Hop Science Report
The latest instalment of the Hop Science newsletter has arrived from Dr. Christina Schoenberger.
Sydney Brewery crowned champion of 2021 Queensland Beer Awards
The competition has become a respected guide for beer drinkers.
BarthHaas January 2021 Hop Science Report
The latest instalment of the Hop Science newsletter has arrived from Dr. Christina Schoenberger.
Eclipse® is a contender for rookie hop of the year in 2021
Appellation Beer is pitting Talus™ from the US against Nectaron® from New Zealand and our own Eclipse® from Australia.
Blasta Brewing continues their successful beer awards season
They won West Australian State Champion at the 2020 Indie Beer Awards.
Range Brewing win big at the 2020 Indie Beer Awards
They took home Champion Beer, Champion IPA and the HPA trophy for Champion Small/Medium Brewery together with 250kg of our Aussie hops.
New boots on the ground in QLD
We’re excited to announce that Simeon Bonetti has joined our team as the new Sales Rep for QLD. Sim has more than 10 years experience in the craft beer industry.
BarthHaas 2019/2020 Hop Report
Timely statistics on the global hop industry from the world’s largest supplier of hop products and services.
Now is the time to review your hop requirements
Take stock of your brewery’s situation, so we can adjust production to match likely demand for our crop.
How to secure your future hop supply
Brewer demand is increasing, but hop growers are still sensitive to over supply.
Stop the import of damaging pests and diseases
They could cost hop growers millions in lost production, unacceptable brewing quality, control and containment programs.
Using hop analyses to optimise the brewing process
We analyse around 3,000 hop samples over harvest to help us meet customer expectations of consistent hop flavour outcomes year-on-year.
2020 Crop Report
HPA recorded a production volume of 1,554 metric tonnes. This was a 5.5% increase year-on-year.
Even COVID-19 couldn’t stop us from completing harvest
We introduced a range of new procedures to prioritise the health of our team and ensure our farms remain virus-free and fully operational.
We are the flavour makers
Our hop breeding program is focussed on pairing plants to create new and exciting sensory experiences.
BarthHaas January 2020 Hop Science Report
The latest instalment of the Hop Science newsletter has arrived from Dr. Christina Schoenberger.
Biosecurity is everybody’s business
It keeps our Aussie hops free from the world’s most damaging pests and diseases.
Sustainable string theory
We use coir because it is strong and 100% biodegradable, which means our strings can be mulched and repurposed to help improve soil fertility, retain soil moisture and suppress weeds.
BarthHaas December 2019 Hop Science Report
The latest instalment of the Hop Science newsletter has arrived from Dr. Christina Schoenberger.
Responsible service of water
We value the natural resources that support our success, and strive to manage them responsibly.
BarthHaas October 2019 Hop Science Report
The latest instalment of the Hop Science newsletter has arrived from Dr. Christina Schoenberger.
Hop compounds that create fruity and floral flavours in beer
Our harvest window influences the accumulation of these desired secondary metabolites.
New technology separating the boys from the girls
We can now identify desireable sex phenotypes earlier in the growth cycle than ever before.
More flavour hops for Australia
Brewer demand has stimulated hop breeding activity around the world, and profoundly changed the use of hops in brewing.
BarthHaas June 2019 Hop Science Report
The latest instalment of the Hop Science newsletter has arrived from Dr. Christina Schoenberger.
2019 Crop Report
HPA harvested 589 hectares across our three farms in 2019, which resulted in a production volume of 1,482 metric tonnes.
BarthHaas April 2019 Hop Science Report
The latest instalment of the Hop Science newsletter has arrived from Dr. Christina Schoenberger of the BarthHaas Group.
HPA is expanding to meet brewer demand
We have planted the first 50 hectares at our new farm in Victoria’s Buffalo River Valley.
Michael Capaldo joins the team
The former Sydney Brewery and Lovedale Brewery Head Brewer is our newest sales rep.
The BarthHaas Report 2016/2017
Timely statistics on global and regional hop agronomics, usage and trends in the hop and brewing markets.
2017 Crop Report
HPA deliver a 43% year-on-year increase in production volume.
2016 Crop Report
The final trailer has rolled through our picking shed, marking the end of this year’s hop harvest.
Owen Johnston talking BarthHaas Hop Report with Brews News
Timely and objective reporting on trends in the hop industry since 1877.
Celebrating the 150th hop harvest in Tasmania
See 1950s footage of Henry Shoobridge, then owner of the Bushy Park Estates, surveying the farm.
Meet the brewer: Mike Magee, Eight Degrees Brewing
We first came across the Irishman mid-celebration at the World Beer Cup in Denver.
Meet the brewer: Will Tatchell, Van Diemen Brewing
Head brewer, owner, delivery driver, sales rep, barman and Dad to two next gen brewers.
Meet the brewer: Richard Adamson, Young Henrys
You’d think we’d be talking to said brewer about beer.
HPA and beer industry come together to support beyondblue
Our Crop of the Hops online charity auction raised $10,000 for beyondblue: Man Therapy.
Meet the brewer: John Allen, BrewDog
Meet John Allen, Senior Brewer at Scottish craft brewery BrewDog.
Owen Johnston joins the team
We’re stoked to announce we have a new addition to the team.
Meet the brewer: Russ Gosling, Little Creatures
The Perth craft beer scene lured him from the other side of the world to Little Creatures.
Meet the brewer: Ben Kraus, Bridge Road Brewers
Beechworth better be included in your craft beer tour of Australia.
Meet the brewer: Brad Rogers, Stone & Wood
Stone & Wood’s Director and Chief Brewer Brad Rogers really knows his Galaxy.
2013 Crop Report
A hop harvest snapshot from Managing Director Tim Lord.