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  • SJ Adams & Sons

    SJ Adams & Sons

    Worcestershire based hop grower S J Adams & Son were the overall winner of the British Hop Awards for 2014. Their champion hop was a sample of Goldings, chosen for its rounded complexity encompassing delicate floral and citrus overtones with slightly spicy and earthy notes in the background.


    Fuggles, Goldings, WGV, Jester.

  • MH & L Andrews

    MH & L Andrews

    The Andrews family has been growing hops in beautiful Herefordshire for over three decades.

    Mark is a multi-award winning hop grower. The flavour and quality of his hops have received international accolades and have been selected to brew some of Britain’s finest craft ales. He has played a key part trialling new hop breeds that will guarantee Britain's position at the forefront of the worldwide hop market.


    Challenger, Cascade, Jester, Olicana, Harlequin, Mystic, Phoenix, Sovereign, Godiva.

  • RM, RC & A Capper

    RM, RC & A Capper

    Stocks Farm is a 200 year old Hop and Fruit farm on the glorious Herefordshire/Worcestershire border. It has been farmed by the Capper family since 1962, and is proud to be growing quality British Hops and Apples in an area of outstanding natural beauty.


    Goldings, Pilgrim, Endeavour, Target, Jester, Olicana, Phoenix, Harlequin.

  • Hawkins Farming

    Hawkins Farming

    The Hawkins family have been growing & selling high-quality hops for decades and have them in their blood. They grow a range of varieties, some traditional like Goldings through to their latest projects; Jester, Olicana & Harlequin with their citrus flavours.  They have many trial plots on the farms, testing and developing new and exciting future varieties as part of the Charles Faram breeding programme.


    Goldings, Progress, Sovereign, Jester, Olicana, Pilgrim, Flyer.

  • EL Lewis & Son

    EL Lewis & Son

    The Lewis family came to The Haven in 1888 and have farmed there ever since. Edward and his son Ben work as a team to grow only Fuggles at this time, being a farm free from Verticillium Wilt.



  • R Morris

    R Morris

    Hops have been grown at Burford Mill Farm for over 250 years. Burford Mill was on the Burford Estate until Ray's father, Tom Morris, who had farmed it since 1935, bought the farm in 1952 when the estate was broken up. As the name infers, there was a large mill with two water wheels. The mill last worked in 1930. 



  • SJ Parker

    SJ Parker

    Instone Court is a family farm on the Herefordshire/Worcestershire border. Sidney Parker bought the farm in 1919 and later established S. J. Parker and Son which is still trading today under the careful hands of his grandson Simon Parker and his wife Elaine.

    As a traditional Herefordshire farm they grow hops (their passion), cider fruit and Bramleys along with more unusual cobnuts and soft fruit. Simon has inherited the Parker love for hops. As chairman of the British Hop Association and director of Hawkbrand Hops Ltd, Simon has a passion for developing new hops for exciting flavours.


    Goldings, Instone, Jester, CF169 (Mozart), CF182 (Opus), Progress, Target, Pilgrim, Ernest.

  • HG Pennington & Son

    HG Pennington & Son

    The farm has been run by the Pennington family since 1961 when Tim’s father moved from a farm near Liverpool. The farm had previously been growing hops and the Pennington family have continued that ever since. Tim has 2 sons, Charlie (a Fabricator and Engineer) and Will (an Agricultural contractor) who are keen to follow in Tim’s footsteps.  


    Goldings, Bramling Cross.

  • RB Phillips

    RB Phillips

    The Phillips family have been growing hops in Herefordshire since they moved to the area in 1850. Richard farms the land at Lower Eggleton Court and Tarrington in Herefordshire with his wife Lucy and their two sons Bertie and Sam, Lucy is also from long established hop growing family. After leaving school Bertie worked in the Charles Faram office for a season and this gave him a good overview of what happens to the hops after they leave the farm. Both brothers are now studying hard and helping out on the farm when they can, carrying on the strong family tradition of hop growing into the sixth generation!


    Goldings, Bramling Cross, Pilgrim, Jester.

  • JM Probert & Sons

    JM Probert & Sons

    With roots tracing back to the 1940s, Church Farm is a testament to the enduring legacy of hop farming through generations. Tom, a fourth-generation farmer, inherits a proud tradition of excellence, with his steadfast commitment to quality and sustainability, Tom manages Church Farm with a keen eye on the future, supported by his dedicated team. 


    Goldings, Progress, Bramling Cross.

  • C & R Pudge

    C & R Pudge

    John Perry Pudge’s father started hop growing in Dilwyn in 1892. John moved to Brook House, Kings Pyon in 1936 and hops have been grown by the family ever since. Colin is the current generation (4th) growing hops with his daughter Erin showing keen interest in becoming the 5th hop farmer. 


    First Gold, Sovereign, Endeavour, Faram Fuggle.

  • Pridewood Farm

    Pridewood Farm

    Pridewood Hops is run by the Powell-Tuck family. Martin is the main man, helped by Julia, Robert and Carole. 

    Martin's father, Geoffrey, farmed hops at the Nupend, Munsley, before they were eventually "grubbed out". They then purchased the Whitehouse and still have the hop yard there today. Julie, Martin's wife, was brought up at Lower House, Canon Frome, where her father, John Morris farmed the hops... and they still rent one of those yards today! 


    Fuggles, Bramling Cross, WGV, Target, Progress, Chinook, Ernest.

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