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Is it too early to think about Pumpkin Beer? At Rogue Farms, we don’t think so.
Today, we’re releasing Pumpkin Savior, a spring pumpkin beer made with real pumpkins. No cans, no puree, no extract.
How’d we do it? Find out in our new special report.
We could not have asked, prayed or even begged for better pumpkin growing weather this summer at Rogue Farms. Our six acres of Dream pumpkins produced a bountiful crop that’s wonderfully sweet.
And as if she had a point to make about who’s in charge here, Mother Nature decided this year’s harvest would be ready three weeks earlier than last year.
So how you do make farm fresh pumpkin beer from real pumpkins? Here’s how we do it at Rogue Farms.
What says “Oregon” more than craft beer? How about Salmon? Combine these two great flavors of the Pacific Northwest and now you’ve got something special. Which is why Rogue Farms Salmon Bakes are one of the most popular events of the summer.
This is not just any salmon. It’s fresh caught Chinook from the Columbia River, harvested by Native Americans who come to the Farm and bake it the traditional way over hot coals. Plus you get a great selection of Rogue Farms beers to enjoy while relaxing among the Rogue Farms hops, rye, pumpkins, jalapeños, roses, turkeys, chickens and potbellied pigs.
The first Salmon Bake of the summer will be Sunday, June 9th. We suggest ordering your tickets ahead of time. For more information take a look at the poster.
We need rain at Rogue Farms. Days of steady rain last week – with more to come in the forecast – is welcomed after one of the driest spring seasons on record.
But that Saturday hail and wind storm we could have done without, especially after we saw what it did to our Field of Dream Rye.