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From Terroir to Table

We just began harvesting our 100 acres of Risk barley, which closely followed the Dare barley that was harvested a few weeks ago at the Rogue Farms Barley Farm in Tygh Valley, Oregon.

Did you know that the Dare and Risk malting barley grown at our farm goes right into each bottle of Chatoe Rogue Single Malt Whiskey?

Oregon Single Malt Whiskey

Oregon Barley

Hop Harvest is Here!

Hop Harvest is about to begin! Join Rogue Farms at the Hopyard for the journey from terroir to tap!

Within the next couple weeks, the Rogue Department of Agriculture will begin trimming, separating, sorting, kilning, cooling and baling each of their seven varieties of Rogue GYO Certified aroma hops.

Take a look at the photos below to see the process from start to finish. You can also check out our Hop Harvest video here to learn more, and visit rogue.com for updates on harvest dates and times.

The hops are growing!

The hops cones are forming at the Rogue Farms Hopyard! Here are some pictures of this year’s hops. You can see all the different stages of growth in the fourth image.

Taste all 5 of our Chatoe Rogue beers, made from the hops you see here and our Dare and Risk barley grown at our barley farm in Tygh Valley, Oregon:

Chatoe Rogue Dirtoir Black Lager

Chatoe Rogue Good Chit Pilsner

Chatoe Rogue OREgasmic Ale

Chatoe Rogue Single Malt Ale

Chatoe Rogue Pumpkin Patch Ale

Rogue Farms Pumpkin Patch

Have you been to the farm lately to check out how our Dream pumpkins are doing? If not, check out the below photos! Once ready for harvest in late September or October they’ll be turned into our Chatoe Pumpkin Patch Ale.

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Harvest begins!

Today’s the day!  The test cut of the Rogue Risk barley was ideal this morning-10.5% moisture- so harvest has begun! Check out some photos below, or click here to see how harvesting is done by watching our video of last year’s harvest.

Rogue Risk Barley

Barley Harvest teaser

We’re so excited to be harvesting our Risk barley at the Rogue Barley Farm in Tygh Valley, Oregon- it’s happening any day now.

Meet the Ashbrooks, the family who owns and operates the combines we use to harvest the barley.

Stan Ashbrook bagging our Risk barley during last year’s harvest.

Deanna and Andrea Ashbrook, the combine drivers.

Rogue Farms Micro Barley Farm, Tygh Valley, Oregon

Our spring Risk barley is just a week away from harvest. Check out these photos to see how it grew over the past several months.

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