Hops, Oats and Barley
- Date: –16:00
- Location: Linnés Hammarby Danmarks-Hammarby, Uppsala
- Organiser: Uppsala linneanska trädgårdar in cooperation with Länsstyrelsen Uppsala län and SLU Agrarhistoria.
- Contact person: Lotta S Saetre
- Temadag, Kulturevenemang
It is harvest time at Carl Linnaeus' country estate! We harvest hops, oats and barley in the restored farmland surrounding Linnaeus' country house. Learn about old varieties of hops, and beer brewing. Please note the might be changes due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The activities take place in the Culture Reserve, free entrance. Entrance to the house and park SEK 100 per person. Employees and students of Uppsala University free of charge.
Guided tour of the manor in English at 12.30.
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