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We will have MOFGA-certified organic Centennial and Nugget rhizomes for sale this spring.


Our pricing depends on volume: 


1-5  $4.00

6-24 $3.50

25-49 $3.00

50-99 $2.50

100+ $2.25

large amounts, please contact us for pricing discount


We are currently taking names for our pre-order list, and will require a 50% pre-payment in March.  Rhizome digging usually begins here by end of April, and we ship via USPS as soon as we can get them out of the ground. 

To place an order or ask a question about our rhizomes, please email



Each year, we pre-sell all of our hops before harvesting.  We offer both wet (fresh) hops and whole cone dry hops.  If you are interested in purchasing Cascade, Willamette, Mount Hood, Centennial, or Nugget hops from the next 2015 fall harvest, please fill out the contact us form below and indicate quantities and varieties or email  Our hops are carefully dried in an oast, baled, and vacuum-sealed in food grade plastic after drying and conditioning, and then stored in a freezer until they are shipped to you to preserve their freshness.



Besides the hops soap offered in our online store, many other varieties of soap are available for purchase at Sadie's The Lady store on Etsy.  You can also find it in local shops in Presque Isle, ME - visit Merchant's on the Corner (at the corner of Main and Academy St.), or Goin' Postal (on North St.).


Farm visits/tours and hops growing resources:

We are excited to see the high level of interest in hops growing from people in Maine and all over the Northeast!  Though we cannot accommodate each request for on-site visits/tours, we welcome visitors for a fall hop harvest party annually, usually held on Labor Day weekend.  This is an opportunity for people to come tour a hopyard, see our mechanical hop harvester in action, feel and smell ripe hop cones, and learn about processing hops after harvesting.  Information about this event is posted on both our Facebook page and our website each August.

We are happy to answer questions via email – please use the contact form below or email

There are a few great resources out there for those interested in growing hops that we have found to be invaluable.  The Hops team at the UVM extension has a wonderful page with ever updating information on all aspects of hops production.  The Northeast Hops Alliance (NeHA) is associated with Cornell’s cooperative extension, and has a wealth of information available.  Finally, the original “bible” of small-scale organic hops production (the only information available when we started long ago!) is available on Rebecca Kneen’s website.

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Krista Delahunty 
Jason Johnston    

513 Shorey Road, Westfield, ME   04787      (207) 429-8105
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