Hop harvest arrives at Steamworks Brewing Co. to make special beer

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Hop harvest arrives at Steamworks Brewing Co. to make special beer

Colorado Proud brew will use all-Colorado ingredients
Paul Black, center, owner of Pine River Hops, feeds hops into a portable harvester on Wednesday as Kevin Lombard, left, associate professor with the New Mexico State University Agriculture Center in Farmington, and Jim Hendricks, help out in front of Steamworks Brewing Co. on Wednesday morning. The hops were harvested at the Bayfield-area farm and are being used to brew Colorado Proud Pale Ale, a beer that is made only with Colorado ingredients.
Fresh hops from Pine River Hops are being used to brew Colorado Proud Pale Ale. Steamworks Brewing Co. is making the beer with ingredients exclusively gathered from Colorado suppliers.
Paul Black, owner of Pine River Hops, feeds hops into a portable harvester as others help out Wednesday morning in front of Steamworks Brewing Co. The hops were harvested at the Bayfield-area farm and are being used to brew Colorado Proud Pale Ale, a beer that is made with exclusively Colorado ingredients.
Paul Black, center, owner of Pine River Hops, feeds hops into a portable harvester on Wednesday as Kevin Lombard, left, associate professor with the New Mexico State University Agriculture Center in Farmington, and Jim Hendricks, help out in front of Steamworks Brewing Co. on Wednesday morning. The hops were harvested at the Bayfield area farm and are being used to brew Colorado Proud Pale Ale, a beer that is made only with Colorado ingredients.
Fresh hops from Pine River Hops are being used to brew Colorado Proud Pale Ale, a beer being brewed at Steamworks Brewing Co. that is made only with Colorado ingredients.

Hop harvest arrives at Steamworks Brewing Co. to make special beer

Paul Black, center, owner of Pine River Hops, feeds hops into a portable harvester on Wednesday as Kevin Lombard, left, associate professor with the New Mexico State University Agriculture Center in Farmington, and Jim Hendricks, help out in front of Steamworks Brewing Co. on Wednesday morning. The hops were harvested at the Bayfield-area farm and are being used to brew Colorado Proud Pale Ale, a beer that is made only with Colorado ingredients.
Fresh hops from Pine River Hops are being used to brew Colorado Proud Pale Ale. Steamworks Brewing Co. is making the beer with ingredients exclusively gathered from Colorado suppliers.
Paul Black, owner of Pine River Hops, feeds hops into a portable harvester as others help out Wednesday morning in front of Steamworks Brewing Co. The hops were harvested at the Bayfield-area farm and are being used to brew Colorado Proud Pale Ale, a beer that is made with exclusively Colorado ingredients.
Paul Black, center, owner of Pine River Hops, feeds hops into a portable harvester on Wednesday as Kevin Lombard, left, associate professor with the New Mexico State University Agriculture Center in Farmington, and Jim Hendricks, help out in front of Steamworks Brewing Co. on Wednesday morning. The hops were harvested at the Bayfield area farm and are being used to brew Colorado Proud Pale Ale, a beer that is made only with Colorado ingredients.
Fresh hops from Pine River Hops are being used to brew Colorado Proud Pale Ale, a beer being brewed at Steamworks Brewing Co. that is made only with Colorado ingredients.
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