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Posts from the ‘Proprietary Palate’ Category

In The Garden Of Gin And Soda

Our gardener Andrew has been working like a dog these past couple of weeks. Now it's all starting to pay off as beautiful flowers and healthy herbs.

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Beer And Spirits Begin In The Dirt

From tiny pumpkin shoots to foot high wheat, see how beer and spirits begins in the dirt.

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From Berries, To Bees, To Braggot

It's back in the dirt here at Rogue Farms. We just finished planting this year's crop of marionberries. They're called Prickless Marionberries. If you wonder how they got that name, keep reading.

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Catch Em In The Rye

We're declaring victory in the War On Slugs. And should they ever return, we're ready for them.

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Training Our Hops

How do hop bines learn to climb in a hopyard? It starts with training day.

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How We Plant Pumpkin Beer And Soda

We're back in the dirt here at Rogue Farms, planting two acres of Dream Pumpkins, the small sweet variety we use to brew our Pumpkin Patch Ale, Pumpkin Savior Wit and Pumpkin Spice Soda.

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The Start Of Planting Season

The Rogue Farms planting season began this week as we seeded five acres of Wigrich Corn, a yellow dent variety we're growing for Brewmaster John Maier to mash into Rogue's first ever batch of bourbon.

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The Whiskey Wash

Covering great whiskies one bottle at a time

Bob Bolden

Taste, Learn, and Enjoy!

Whiskey And Whisky For The Everyday Man

Dedicated to Whisk(e)y in all of its forms

westmeathwhiskeyworld

The World of Whiskey from Westmeath

sixstatesabbatical

New England: Brews, Food, & the Occasional Hike

@ beer affair

A love affair with beer based in Brooklyn, N.Y.

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