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Learn How To DIY With Rogue Farms

Learning how to locate a swarm at our beekeeping workshop in 2012.

DIY (Do It Yourself) is at the heart of everything we do at Rogue Farms.  Not only do we grow the ingredients for our beers, spirits, ciders and sodas, we also floor malt, micro-malt, kiln, roast, smoke, mash, brew and distill those ingredients ourselves.  Nothing tastes better than a farm grown beer or spirit made from scratch.

We love sharing this philosophy with others. So every year we hold a series of DIY workshops where you can learn everything from beekeeping to cheese making. The hands on classes are a great way to grab a pint and learn new skills.

Keep reading to see our entire calendar of DIY workshops for the next six months.

Learning how to locate a swarm at our beekeeping workshop in 2012.

Learning how to locate a swarm at our beekeeping workshop in 2012.

All classes are free and all ages are welcome.

How to Make Cheese with Middle Ground Farms
Saturday, November 22nd

How to Make Candles and Winter Crafts
Saturday, December 6th

Winter Sports for Beginners  with REI
Saturday, January 10th

How to Prepare Your Garden for Spring
Saturday,February 28th

How to Raise Your Own Backyard Chickens
Saturday, March 28th

How to Raise Your Own Honeybees
Saturday, April 22nd

We will update this calendar as more information becomes available, so check back regularly. You may also call us at Rogue Farms at 503-838-9813.

Please join us at Rogue Farms as we begin another season of DIY workshops. Come see how grow beer, spirits, ciders and sodas from ground to glass.

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  1. Reblogged this on Proper_Pour.

    November 6, 2014

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