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these are called Oosts, they are for drying the hop harvest. The tops turn to follow the wind so the air is constantly flowing inside the drying room.

UNITED KINGDOM | Tuesday, 29 June 2010 | Views [279]

these are called Oosts, they are for drying the hop harvest. The tops turn to follow the wind so the air is constantly flowing inside the drying room.

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