What happens when you put 9,237 jalapeños into one room? It's like swimming in salsa.
If you like spice in your beer, you'll love what we're picking this week.
Visit Rogue Farms during the hop harvest and what you'll discover is an Oregon tradition that goes back 150-years.
What to know what your favorite Rogue beer or spirits looks like in June? Come take a look.
If you like some spice in your beer or booze, then this is the day you've been waiting for.
A few miles from here, this year's crop of Rogue Farms jalapeños is just getting started in the greenhouse.
The harvest of our jalapeño peppers is unlike anything else we grow at Rogue Farms.
With all of our other ingredients, the entire crop is ripe and ready for picking at the same time. We can pick one of our hop varieties in a day. Harvesting a field of our malting barley takes a few days, maybe a week if the weather is bad.
But our peppers? They have a mind of their own.
This summer, we planted three varieties of jalapeños in an acre size patch.
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