A local brewery (Intuition Ale Works) posted this nice little reference chart on Facebook.
Hops Varieties for beer lovers! You can actually use our Deep Drip Stakes to grow hops! Just in time for St. Patricks Day!
Growing Hops in the Backyard
Growing hops at home is easy if you know the tricks of the trade. But you better hurry - as spring turns to summer the prime time for establishing new starts is quickly passing. Read more!
The method you use to construct your trellis is obviously based on how you plan your hop garden layout. I was at an obvious advantage when constructing my trellis, as I already had a steel buildin…
Cascade Hops: How to Grow & Brew This Popular Variety
Cascade hops are one of the most popular ingredients among brewers. Learn more about this variety, and how you can use it in your recipes
How To Train Hops
If stringing the Hopyard is our biggest chore of spring, then training day comes in close second. Training day at the Rogue Farms Hopyard actually runs almost a week. The work is slow and done by h…
Guardian of the Hops
I actually almost grabbed this little guy by accident when I was adjusting some of the bines and wrapping them back around the twine. He's taken up residence on my hop trellis and a welcome addition if he eats the bugs and not the hops. Most of the bines on the Cascade plant have recently gone through a big growth spurt. After a couple of weeks of very little growth, a few of bines have now reach the end of the twine. I've also picked a handful of hop cones that looked and felt like they…