Hop growing in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States is a proud tradition dating back to the late 19th century. The majority of the American hop industry has been and continues to be family owned and operated farms. Ideal growing conditions and highly skilled producers make the Pacific Northwest region of the United States home to some of the finest hops in the world.
Production for Idaho, Oregon, and Washington in 2019 totaled a record high 112 million pounds, up 5 percent from the 2018 crop of 107 million pounds. Combined area harvested for Idaho, Oregon, and Washington in 2019 totaled a record high 56,544 acres, up 3 percent from the 2018 level of 55,035 acres.
Washington produced 73 percent of the United States hop crop for 2019; while Idaho accounted for 15 percent and Oregon accounted for 12 percent.