To switch Russian brewing to domestic hops, a special approach is needed

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Published Feb 15, 2024

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Chuvashia, which produces 90% of Russia's hops, is extending its socio-economic development program until 2024 to include the development of hop growing. This is in response to the brewing industry's need for more raw materials. A Competence Center, laboratory infrastructure, and special equipment have been established in the region, and new varieties of hops have been developed. This initiative is seen as a continuation of federal state support measures.
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One of the main documents that determines the direction and support in the region is the individual program for the socio-economic development of Chuvashia. It was approved until 2024, and work is currently underway to extend it, taking into account new directions. In particular, it is planned to allocate additional funds for the development of hop growing. Maxim Reshetnikov noted that in the case of hops in the country there is definitely a need for domestic raw materials, therefore it is necessary, together with the Russian Ministry of Agriculture, to analyze the current situation in this area and propose the use of funds from the program as an additional financial instrument for scientific research, expansion or deepening of processing. Oleg Nikolaev spoke about the priority of the development of hop growing in the republic and provided data from the regional Ministry of Agriculture. Chuvashia produces 90% of hops in Russia, which is about 200 tons, but the brewing industry ...
Source: Agroxxi
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