OSU Libraries and Press
As the first archive in the United States dedicated to hops and beer, OHBA will bring together a wealth of materials that will enable people to study and appreciate these movements.
Production of hops and beer are part of Oregon’s identity, engaging both the general public and the scholarly community with our rich history of researching and producing world-class hops and beer.
From scholars to people with an interest in local and creative products, students to alumni, hops farmers to brewers, the opportunities for community engagement and scholarly use are vast.
Seeing a need to save the intertwined story of hops and craft brewing in Oregon, the Special Collections & Archives Research Center at OSU Libraries & Press established the Oregon Hops & Brewing Archives in 2013.
Join us on March 28, 2014
For a night of thoughtful discussion on the past and future of
Oregon hops and brewing.
McMenamins Mission Theater
1624 NW Glisan St. Portland, OR 97209
Doors open at 6:30 program starts at 7:00pm
About the Speakers
Opening with a reception and tasting, the March 28th event is an opportunity to introduce OHBA to our diverse audience, bringing together a panel for a public talk about brewing history in Oregon. Tiah Edmunson-Morton, OHBA archivist, will talk about the project and its impact. Peter Kopp, agricultural historian, will talk about his use of archival materials and the relevance for researchers. John Foyston, an Oregonian writer since 1987, will talk about his work documenting the Oregon beer scene. Irene Firmat, CEO and Co-Founder of Full Sail Brewing Company, will talk about her work as a female brewing pioneer. Daniel Sharp, PhD student in the OSU College of Agriculture's Fermentation Science program, will talk about his research and the OSU program.
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