At first take, one might not perceive the founders of Farmstrong Brewing as visionaries. Upon deeper inspection, though, it’s easy to conclude that may be exactly what they are.
Todd Owsley and Mike Armstrong present a casual take on their current business, but underlying the farmboy cool exteriors are a couple of astute business partners who know their stuff and are savvy enough to stay ahead of the curve.
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The Brewers Association announced an agreement with the United States Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS) to fund public hop breeding for the purpose of developing and releasing disease resistant aroma hop cultivars into the public domain, in support of hop growing efforts throughout the U.S. The trust agreement between the Brewers Association and USDA-ARS provides funding for a program located in Washington and Oregon to leverage significant existing academic and operational infrastructure.
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