Here’s how you take a rum and coke and give it a Rogue twist.
It starts in the hazelnut orchards of Kirk Family Filberts, our friends and next-door neighbors to Rogue Farms in Independence, Oregon. 219 more words
Just a few days into spring and we’re starting our first big chore of the season – stringing and staking our 42-acre hopyard. The job requires nearly a dozen farmhands and days of back breaking work. 246 more words
It may only take a couple of minutes for you, or your bartender, to mix up one of our Rogue cocktails.
But our part began months ago, in the dirt of Rogue Farms in Tygh Valley and Independence, Oregon. 237 more words
1 month, 1 week
With an early spring at Rogue Farms in Tygh Valley, this year’s crop of Risk™ malting barley is off to a good start.
After laying dormant during the cold season, the shoots have resumed growing and are nearly three inches tall. 262 more words
Here’s how we grow a cocktail in just five easy steps.
Step 1: We plant, grow and pick cucumbers by hand in our Revolution Garden at… 104 more words
You’re not going to believe this. We don’t quite believe it ourselves.
A few weeks ago we noticed that something odd was going on in our field of Dream Rye. 222 more words
1 month, 3 weeks
It’s become a rite of winter at Rogue Farms in Tygh Valley, Oregon. A battle with invaders from the north.
Hundreds of Canada Geese descend upon the farm this time of year to raid our Risk™ malting barley. 261 more words