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Join Rogue Farms For American Craft Beer Week

Drink a toast to craft beer during American Craft Beer Week! With thousands of events being held this week across the country, please join us at the Rogue Farms Hopyard and see how we grow beers and spirits. There is something going on every day of the week.

Barley's Angels Hop Farm Event_17 webMonday, May 13 @ 5:00pm

Listen to a dramatic reading of the Rogue Nation Declaration of Innerdependence and then take the pledge to become a citizen of the Rogue Nation! The Rogue Nation is a sovereign republic with its own flag, currency, newspaper, condoms, yo-yo, bumper sticker and more. Citizenship has its benefits.

Tuesday, May 14th @ 5:00pm

Come to the Rogue Farms Hopyard for the first Internationally Sanctioned Cornhole Tournament. No previous experience is required.

Wednesday, May 15th @ 5:00pm

Rogue Ales Trivia night.

josh serving beer farmstead breweryThursday, May 16th @ 5:00pm

Try out your best foot shot technique and watch out for those hot balls! It’s winner take all at the Rogue Farms Hopyard Croquet tournament.

Friday, May 17th @ 5:00pm

Celebrate craft beer as we tap our newest Rogue Farms Farmstead Beer. It’s an India Red Ale made with three varieties of aroma hops and two varieties of barley grown on Rogue Farms in Independence and Tygh Valley, Oregon.

Saturday, May 18th @ 3:00pm

Tour the Hopyard with Beekeeper Josh Cronin. See how we grow seven varieties of aroma hops, rye, pumpkins, honey and other ingredients for Rogue Farms Beers and Spirits.

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