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Rogue Farms Spring Crop Report

From killer slugs to invading geese, the season of growing beers, spirits, ciders and sodas is off to an exciting start here at Rogue Farms. Read all about it in our latest edition of the Rogue Farms Crop Report.

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Coming To CBC? Then Come To Rogue Farms.

Portland, Oregon takes its rightful place as the Beervana when thousands of craft beer pilgrims arrive next week for the 2015 Craft Brewers Conference.

But for the full Revolutionary craft beer experience, come to Rogue Farms in Independence, Oregon - the Historic Hops Capital of the World.

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Pumpkin Beer In Spring?

Is it too early to think about Pumpkin Beer? At Rogue Farms, we don’t think so.

Today, we’re releasing Pumpkin Savior, a spring pumpkin beer made with real pumpkins. No cans, no puree, no extract.

How’d we do it? Find out in our new special report.

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Welcome Back Honeybees

That buzz you hear on the drive into Rogue Farms is the sound of our 7,140,289 honeybees back from their working vacation.

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Stringing And Staking Hops, How The Old Timers Did It

staking 01As we wrap up stringing and staking our hops at Rogue Farms, we want to share this newsreel video from 1969 showing how they did it in Great Britain.

They went to amazing lengths back then – you’ll get the reference when you see the video.

While the techniques are different from how we do it today at Rogue Farms, we still string and stake our 65,049 bines and 42-acres by hand. We share their pride over a job well done and their love for a pint of good beer.

Stringing And Staking Our Hops

How does a weed become an aromatic ingredient for beer? The secret is string.

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The First Signs Of Beer

We took a stroll through our hopyard this morning and look at what we found!

The first bines of the season are emerging from the soil. They’re so tiny, about the size of a bottle cap, we almost didn’t see them.

A new bine pokes through the dirt in the 42-acre hopyard at Rogue Farms.

A new bine pokes through the dirt in the 42-acre hopyard at Rogue Farms.

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