A History: Hoptopia

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Business, History, Older Adults


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What happened during the last 150 years to make today’s beers taste and smell the way they do? Find out as Dr. Kopp explains the origins and growth of the American hop industry in the West. He is a public historian of the North American West with specialties in the history of agriculture and the environment. An associate professor of history at the University of Colorado Denver, he is the author of the award-winning book Hoptopia: A World of Agriculture and Beer in Oregon’s Willamette Valley and is currently writing a history of the New Mexico chile pepper industry featuring Fabián García, the “Father of New Mexico Chile.” 

Guests are welcome for this free presentation at Applewood United Methodist Church, 2035 Ellis St, Golden, CO 80401 and on ZOOM. Register at here for the ZOOM link.

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