At Rogue Farms we’re having one of the nicest stretches of weather we’ve seen in months. The sun is out and the days are warm.
It’s perfect timing for the biggest chore of the season – stringing, staking and training the hops.
In about six weeks, the periods of daylight at Rogue Farms will run 15 hours and longer. This is when hops begin their incredible growth spurts, climbing several inches in a day, several feet in a week. Cones begin to form in June, and the harvest usually occurs in late August and September.
The season for growing beers and spirits is just beginning. See how we do it, from farm to table, at Rogue Farms.