Where Spirits Grow

By John Maier

Our 200 acre malting barley farm in Tygh Valley, Oregon is just a tiny piece of a bigger picture. We grew a mere .0000616 of the U.S. barley crop last year.

But we don’t want to be big, just better. That’s why we grow our own malting barley – so we can watch it, touch it, and smell it every step on the way from ground to glass.

If you’re not drinking a Rogue Farms whiskey or beer, this is where the barley might be coming from. Or it might be coming from Canada, or Europe, or Australia, or Argentina.

US Barley Growing Map 03.07.2013 web arrow



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