What is your favourite hop? Fergus: It’s not my favourite but I have a deep affection for the much maligned Sorachi Ace. As for favourite,
Here we have included a useful library of resources for providing more details to your customers about the hops that you use. They’re not only a visual aid on customer visits, but can be a tool for your visitor’s centre or site tours. There are decorative items, educational tools, and apps.
Certifications & Statements
All that you should need for Quality audit trails or if you’re looking for official policies and statements from us. For the overall quality programme, take a look at our quality page
Specs and COAs
Specs and Analysis sheets for malts, yeasts and brewing aids
Dolium supply agreement
This agreement must be signed and returned before we can release a dolium order. It details health and safety, usage instructions and more that you need to know.
Variety info to hand
You can request this in a hard copy form. The brochure is designed to open up and be pinned to the wall for a quick and easy referral to the varieties that are available from us and their characteristics
Training, education and visitor centres
This poster shows the different stages and processes for growing hops throughout the year
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Ever wondered about what happens to the hops after the kiln? Here are the next stages.
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The family tree of British hop varieties, all details courtesy of Dr Peter Darby
Fascinating facts about hops that will ensure you win the pub quiz!
Download a ZIP file with graphics for the Well Hopped campaign.
Send us yours and we’ll send you ours. Send us something for our ‘Friends of Faram Wall of Fame’ and we’ll send you a metal sign in celebration of our sites at source in Yakima, USA and Worcester, UK or our super team heading up the Canadian office in Toronto.
Ask for a free clock with your next order and we’ll send you one in exchange for a #ClockShot on social media. Let your imagination go nuts
Bring some rustic to your bar area, or visitor centre with our hessian hop pockets or artificial hops.
You can order real hop bines around harvest time in September. Hang them and they’ll dry out and keep for years.
There’s everything from flip-flops to chairs, but these are the things that we find useful
Malt display, Burlap bags, Tin sign, Weyermann® product brochure (referred to as the Weyermann® Yellow Pages)
Apps for partner resources
The “I-nigma” barcode reader is a free smartphone application which works very well to download the batch malt analysis by scanning the analysis code from Weyermann® bags.
In some operation systems the analysis pdf is stored in the “download” folder.
For I-OS: “IBooks” can be used to store the analysis.
The analysis can be printed or forwarded by email, WLAN or Bluetooth now.
As a customer of Crisp Malt use this app to scan your sack product labels and view the analysis for this batch.
Compatible labels will show a QR code. Use the app to scan the code and view the Certificate of Analysis on screen. You can then print or store the CoA PDF document as required.
Explore new sensory pathways, fine tune the originality of your aromas, or perhaps exploit fermentation potential of your wort at its best.
Download it by clicking on the images or by scanning with your camera application: