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Hops: Historic Photographs of The Oregon Hopscape by Kenneth I. Helphand (review)

Hops: Historic Photographs of The Oregon Hopscape by Kenneth I. Helphand (review) Book Reviews HOPS: HISTORIC another level of engagement with the people and PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE place. A relatively short introductory text provides a OREGON HOPSCAPE primer for understanding the cultivation, labor, and Kenneth I. Helphand. social life of growing hops. It outlines the broader Oregon State University historical scope of centuries of production and the Press, 2020. global scale that even today is embedded in the ele- ments and the very language of the hopscapes. The introduction is followed by a guide to the Mathew Potteiger photographs that describes the range of photos Hop cones contain the concentrated oily resin lupa- (group photos, environmental portraits, etc.), the lin, used for centuries in brewing around the world conventions of representation, their archival sources, to impart the complex bitter flavors and aromas in who produced them, and their original purposes. The beer. In Hops: Historic Photographs of the Oregon collection begins with images that provide an over- Hopscape, Kenneth Helphand connects the distinc- view of the production at the landscape scale. It tive taste derived from lupalin to the more expansive follows the narrative logic of production, from pre- complexities that growing hops produces in a partic- paring the soil and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Landscape Journal: design, planning, and management of the land University of Wisconsin Press

Hops: Historic Photographs of The Oregon Hopscape by Kenneth I. Helphand (review)

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University of Wisconsin Press
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1553-2704

Abstract

Book Reviews HOPS: HISTORIC another level of engagement with the people and PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE place. A relatively short introductory text provides a OREGON HOPSCAPE primer for understanding the cultivation, labor, and Kenneth I. Helphand. social life of growing hops. It outlines the broader Oregon State University historical scope of centuries of production and the Press, 2020. global scale that even today is embedded in the ele- ments and the very language of the hopscapes. The introduction is followed by a guide to the Mathew Potteiger photographs that describes the range of photos Hop cones contain the concentrated oily resin lupa- (group photos, environmental portraits, etc.), the lin, used for centuries in brewing around the world conventions of representation, their archival sources, to impart the complex bitter flavors and aromas in who produced them, and their original purposes. The beer. In Hops: Historic Photographs of the Oregon collection begins with images that provide an over- Hopscape, Kenneth Helphand connects the distinc- view of the production at the landscape scale. It tive taste derived from lupalin to the more expansive follows the narrative logic of production, from pre- complexities that growing hops produces in a partic- paring the soil and

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Landscape Journal: design, planning, and management of the landUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: Jan 18, 2022

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