Beer Begins In The Dirt

Passing this along because Rogue is one of my favorite breweries. Their Dead Guy Ale was one of the few good beers I could find on tap when we lived in Mississippi. I also like the post’s tribute to…well…dirt. To its geological heritage and, implicitly, to how we imbibe that heritage through the hops in our favorite drinks. Cheers!

Rogue Farms

Yaquina Rhizome web cropBeer begins in the dirt.

We were reminded of that this week when we planted our new variety of aroma hops here at Rogue Farms. No fancy hop planting equipment to do the job for us. Just a bunch of shovels, hole digging, and a ton of dirt.

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One Response to Beer Begins In The Dirt

  1. Rogue Ales says:

    Thanks for the kind words.
    Rock ‘n Rogue!

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