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Sharing Our Love Of Craft Malt, Beer And Spirits

This week at Rogue Farms, we hosted 28 of our friends from the North American Craft Maltsters Guild. They came over from the Craft Brewers Conference in Portland, Oregon to see how we grow our beers, spirits, ciders and sodas from ground to glass.

They spent the better part of the day with us; touring the farm, having lunch and of course, drinking beer.

Members of the North American Craft Maltsters Guild at Rogue Farms.

Members of the North American Craft Maltsters Guild at Rogue Farms.

At Rogue Farms we’ve hand crafted our own floor malt and micro-malt going on four years.

We started in a warehouse in SE Portland, then moved the malt floor to our Farmstead Malt House in Tygh Valley, the same farm where we grow our two varieties of Dare™ and Risk™ malting barley.

Each batch of Rogue Farms floor malt is steeped, germinated, flipped, raked and bagged by hand at our Farmstead Malt House in Tygh Valley, Oregon.

Each batch of Rogue Farms floor malt is steeped, germinated, flipped, raked and bagged by hand at our Farmstead Malt House in Tygh Valley, Oregon.

It’s been an incredible journey and one we love to share with our fellow guild members.

Here’s what some of them had to say with their followers on Twitter and Instagram.

Valley Malt Hop rows

“Looking at early season hops at Rogue Farms.” – Valley Malt

A view inside our hop processing facility from Able Beer.

A view inside our hop processing facility from Able Beer.

"Massive hop yards at Rogue Farms. Getting set to  tour the grounds." -

“Massive hop yards at Rogue Farms. Getting set to tour the grounds.” – Riverbend Malt House

Rogue Farms is open every day during the Craft Brewers Conference. Please come visit and see how we Grow The Revolution.

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