Edgar Silva harvests Tomahawk hops at Loftus Ranches in Washington’s Yakima Valley, on one of the final days of the growing season in 2015. The bitter Tomahawk hops are just one of the varieties grown on the farm’s 950 acres of hops.
Edgar Silva harvests Tomahawk hops at Loftus Ranches in Washington’s Yakima Valley, on one of the final days of the growing season in 2015. The bitter Tomahawk hops are just one of the varieties grown on the farm’s 950 acres of hops. Bettina Hansen Seattle Times
Edgar Silva harvests Tomahawk hops at Loftus Ranches in Washington’s Yakima Valley, on one of the final days of the growing season in 2015. The bitter Tomahawk hops are just one of the varieties grown on the farm’s 950 acres of hops. Bettina Hansen Seattle Times

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