In between the miles and miles of hop fields in Southern Idaho you'll find a new state of the art building, Mill 95.
"Traditionally every hop grown in Idaho has left the state of Idaho to be processed elsewhere, so we really thought there was a good opportunity to step in and help our local farmers but also there is an opportunely there to help serve the brewing community," said DJ Tolmie, Operations Manager at Mill 95.
Mill 95 is the answer to many of the Idaho hop farmers' inefficiencies.
They provide cold storage, logistical services and hop pelletizing and they're the only one of their kind in the Gem State.
"I think it legitimizes Idaho as a growing region for hops," said Tolmie.
Jamie Scott, founder of Mill 95 comes from a family of Idahoans that dates back generations with deep ties to the agriculture industry. She began asking hop farmers what would make their lives easier.
"We found they needed a place to be able to bring their hops right away after bailing that gave them an opportunity to get them here, get them cold and have a facility that could either be processed or sent of to their customers," said Meagen Anderson, Sales Manager for Mill 95.