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Up until around 15 years ago, the range of hops used by the brewing world was, at best, limited. The explosion of craft brewers of late, however, has led to a hop renaissance. Simon Jackson, executive director of the Institute of Brewing & Distilling, considers the role of hop breeding in beer innovation.


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