The forecast for next week is warm and sunny, and we can't think of a better way to celebrate than to join us for a beer at Rogue Farms.
In honor of the excellent weather, we're going to be open every day of the week with expanded hours Friday and Saturday.
Our new summer schedule is:
Sunday - Thursday, 11am to 9pm
Friday and Saturday, 11am to 10pm.
Farm Tours, Weekends at 3pm.
If you want to give your garden the best possible start this spring, then we suggest making your own dirt. It’s easier than you think.
You’ll learn everything you need to know this weekend at Rogue Farms DIY Workshop: Soil Blocks. Oregon State University Master Gardener Dale Jordan will walk you through the steps of making soil blocks – small chunks of garden soil, peat moss and other material that are perfect seed starters. By the end of the workshop, you will leave with your very own soil block, complete with seeded plant!
Rogue Farms DIY Workshop: Soil Blocks starts at 2:00pm on Saturday, March 8th. The cost is $5. To reserve your seat please call (503) 838-9813. Your plants will thank you later.
Rogue Farms DIY Workshops are held monthly. Here’s what coming up next:
April 12: DIY Soap Making
May 17: Homebrewing
For updated information on these and other events at Rogue Farms, please check out our events page on Facebook.
Five more hours a day, five more reasons to visit us at Rogue Farms in Independence, Oregon.
See our Hours and Directions page for more information. Come watch the hops grow!
What says “Oregon” more than craft beer? How about Salmon? Combine these two great flavors of the Pacific Northwest and now you’ve got something special. Which is why Rogue Farms Salmon Bakes are one of the most popular events of the summer.
This is not just any salmon. It’s fresh caught Chinook from the Columbia River, harvested by Native Americans who come to the Farm and bake it the traditional way over hot coals. Plus you get a great selection of Rogue Farms beers to enjoy while relaxing among the Rogue Farms hops, rye, pumpkins, jalapeños, roses, turkeys, chickens and potbellied pigs.
The first Salmon Bake of the summer will be Sunday, June 9th. We suggest ordering your tickets ahead of time. For more information take a look at the poster.
Good beer and good deals. Know a better way to celebrate this weekend?
With all the news lately about Colony Collapse Disorder, the timing for this weekend’s Rogue Farms Hopyard DIY Workshop couldn’t be better.
Please join us Sunday, May 19th @ 1:00pm for the DIY Workshop: Bee Keeping.
The interest in backyard honeybee keeping is soaring as more and more Americans want to know how they can help protect this vital pollinator of the food we eat and the beer we drink. But getting started and knowing how to successfully manage a hive is complicated. So get some advice from an expert, Rogue Beekeeper Josh Cronin.
Here’s some of what to expect.
Drink a toast to craft beer during American Craft Beer Week! With thousands of events being held this week across the country, please join us at the Rogue Farms Hopyard and see how we grow beers and spirits. There is something going on every day of the week.
There are three good reasons to bring your Mom to the Rogue Farms Hopyard for Mother’s Day.
1: Your Mom likes beer and we have lots of that.
2: Your Mom likes rock ‘n’ roll and we’ll have plenty of that, too.
3: You forgot to make reservations at some fancy place so it’s probably too late to get in. Rather than scramble for something at the last minute, bring her to the Hopyard and act like it was your plan the whole time. She’ll have more fun here anyway.
And that’s not all. Here’s what else is going on at the Rogue Farms Hopyard this weekend.
It will not be necessary to bring your own sheep to the workshop.
You don’t have to be a professional wrestler to shear a sheep – but it sure helps.
Getting the right combination of strength and balance while shearing off wool is just one of the things you’ll learn at our DIY Workshop: Sheep Shearing and Spinning. The workshop will be held this weekend at Rogue Farms in Independence, Oregon starting at 1:00pm on Sunday, April 14th. There’s a $10 charge for this workshop, but you’ll be going home with your very own drop spindle.
At Rogue Farms we love DIY. It’s why we grow our own hops, barley, pumpkins, rye, honey and other ingredients for our beers and spirits.
We hold a DIY Workshop every month. Here’s the schedule for the rest of the year.
DIY Workshop Calendar: (All workshops are held on Sundays)
- May 19th: Backyard Beekeeping
- June 2nd: Cycling the Willamette Valley
- July 21st: Composting and Worm Farms
- August 11th: Sausage Making
- September 14th: Soap Making
- October 27th: Cider Making
- November 10th: Smoking Food
- December 15th: Cooking with Rogue Beer