The answer is bourbon. To find out why, read more.
Visit Rogue Farms during the hop harvest and what you'll discover is an Oregon tradition that goes back 150-years.
Flowers, berries, ears and kernels are popping up everywhere here at Rogue Farms. Take our GYO Quiz to see how much you know about growing beers, spirits, ciders and sodas.
What to know what your favorite Rogue beer or spirits looks like in June? Come take a look.
From tiny pumpkin shoots to foot high wheat, see how beer and spirits begins in the dirt.
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.
At Rogue Farms, we’re always up for trying something new and revolutionary. If someone around here has a good idea, we’ll go for it, even if we don’t know exactly how it will turn out.
A good example of the Rogue way of doing things is our Wigrich Corn. We planted four acres this summer with plans to floor malt and micro malt it at our Farmstead Malt House in Tygh Valley.
Well you know what they say about making plans…
Our four acres of Wigrich Corn on harvest day.
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