Hum Ecol (2017) 45:553–554 DOI 10.1007/s10745-017-9916-3 Pete A. Kopp. Hoptopia: A World of Agriculture and Beer in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Oakland: University of California Press 2016. ISBN 978–0–520-27,748-9, $29.95 (Paperback). 328 Pages, Index Bart Watson Published online: 24 June 2017 Springer Science+Business Media New York 2017 It is tempting to think that the world of hops has never been Kopp perhaps spends the most time documenting the evo- more interesting. In the past year, the US hop industry has lution of labor’s role in the hop growing industry. Given the reached never before seen heights in acreage and production. highly time-sensitive – and until recently labor-intensive – The 2015–16 BBarth Report^ on the state of the global hop nature of hop harvesting, labor relations have always been a central consideration for growers. The solutions to these prob- industry notes that BFirst, hops changed the world of beer, and then beer changed the world of hops.^ Given the dramatic lems have varied based on time and place, but growers have changes in recent years, it is easy to assume that the wild had to constantly rethink to attract and retain an army of swings are a new phenomenon, and that
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