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283 note: In this index, the Pacific Northwest is sometimes abbreviated as pnw, and the Willamette Valley is sometimes abbreviated as wv. Page numbers in italics denote photographs , maps, or illustrations. Index advertising: by anti-Prohibition movement, 96–97; big beer and brand recognition via, 137; by chemical companies, 147–148; to counteract temperance movement, 80, 222n39; “Hop Center of the World” as focus of, 116, 117; labor recruitment for hops laborers, 52, 54, 63, 108, 144; postProhibition turn to the household in, 116. See also marketing African-Americans, as hop harvest laborers, 128 Agricultural Adjustment Act, 121 agricultural experiment stations: big beer as focus of, 186; California state, 159; collaboration with Oregon station for hop-breeding, 159, 167–168; establishment and mission of, 87–88; expansion of role, 91; hops as focus of, 88; Idaho state (Parma), 159, 163, 167– 168; new uses for hops, research into, 192–193; Washington state (Prosser), 159, 163, 167–168. See also Agricultural Experiment Station (Corvallis) Agricultural Experiment Station (Corvallis), general information: chemical/synthetic pesticide reduction, expanded funding for, 152, 161; establishment of program, 88–89; Hoerner, G. R., 140, 142, 157, 158–159; Hop Investigations (1913) report, 89; “Hop Investigations” project, 89, 98, 153, 157; Hop Press: A Memorandum of What’s Brewin’, 158–159; hop scientist position funded by USDA, 154; Horner, Chester E. (Jack), 159, 164– 165, 166–167; marijuana myth and, 164; Oregon Hop Commission guidelines for research, 151; outreach by, 157, 158, 163, 170; Prohibition and abandonment of alcohol-related projects, 98, 153; quality standards, development of, 140. See also Agricultural Experiment Station (Corvallis): hop-breeding program Agricultural Experiment Station (Corvallis), hop-breeding program: aroma-hop varieties to substitute for European nobles, 169, 170–171, 184; Brooks, Stanley N., 159–160, 161, 163, 248n51; Cascade hop variety, 163–166, 176, 179, 184, 186; collaboration and, 155, 158–160, 163, 167–168; Comet hop variety, 167–168; and downy mildew disease, 111, 123, 153–154, 156; highalpha hop variety (Nugget), 170, 171, 172, 179, 186; and inheritance theory of Gregor Mendel, 154–155, 158; process of 284 • index Agricultural Experiment Station (Corvallis) (continued) hybridization, 155–157, 156, 160, 162–163; published updates on, 158–159; qualities sought in hops, 156; seedless hop varieties (Willamette and Columbia), 168–169, 170, 171, 186, 248nn51–52; slow progress of producing hybrids, 120, 154, 156–157, 158–159, 163; wild hops used in, 159, 168, 170. See also Bressman, Earl N.; Haunold, Alfred (Al) agricultural revolutions: and alcohol, discovery of, 8–9; of American Indians, 23 agriculture: diversification of, 39–42; Europeanization of wv, 28–33; Fort Vancouver and focus on, 24–26; infrastructure development in pnw, 38–39; infrastructure development in wv, 28–33. See also specialty crops Alaska, 26, 65, 72 Alaska Brewing (Juneau), 179 Albany Brewing and Bottling Company, 35 alcohol: regulation of, post-Prohibition, 116, 177, 231n17; taxes per barrel, 177. See also distilled liquor; Prohibition; prohibition movement; temperance movement alewives, 13 alpha acids (humulone, cohumulone, and adhumulone): Comet variety, 167–168; and craft beer revolution, 179; hybrid bred to increase content of (Nugget), Agricultural Experiment Station, Corvallis (Haunold), 170, 171, 172, 179, 186; hybrids bred to increase content of (Brewer’s Gold and Bullion), Wye College (Salmon), 89–90, 91, 123–124, 146–147, 153–154, 158, 159, 169; “super hop” varieties with super high content of, 191–192; sweetness of grains balanced by, 10 American Brewers’ Academy, 87 American Homebrewers Association, 176, 179 American Hop Promotion Board, 120 American Indians: and balance in nature, 22; Beringia land bridge crossing of, 22–23; Christian missionaries and, 28; dispossession of, and Europeanization, 205n31; Donation Land Act (1850) and, 29; as farm laborers at Fort Vancouver, 25; as farm laborers in California, 217n61; fire practices, 23; and hopharvest culture, 65–66, 67; as hopharvest laborers, 57, 64–68, 67, 70, 128, 216–217nn59–61; landscape modifications made by, 22–23; and reciprocity, 22; temperance rules and, 26–27; and tourism during harvest, 65–66; trade with colonialists, 24, 25; and wage labor, 66–67, 216n59, 217n61; and white racism, 67–68, 69–70, 71, 217n61 American Society of Brewing Chemists, 140 Anchor Brewing Company, 174–176, 177, 178, 180; Liberty Ale, 176, 187; steam beer, 174, 175 Anheuser-Busch brewery: advertising to counteract temperance movement, 79–80, 222n38; and aluminum cans, 116; American hops, commitment to, 168, 192; Budweiser, 195; and China, hops from, 192; and corporate mergers, 137–138, 192, 193; and European aromahops , 139, 169, 192; and Haunold...


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