Rogue Farms Brings Their Bees to the Bottle

Rogue Ales John Maier Inspecting the Honey

INDEPENDENCE, OREGON – At Rogue Farms we know spring has arrived by watching our 7,140,286 honeybees.

Our honeybees are the first to notice the blossoms that appear in our Hazelnut trees and Big Leaf Maples; and the daffodils and tulips that grow near the barn. Soon they’ll be foraging for nectar in the flowering cherry, apple and plum orchards.
Rogue Farms Honey KolschNo one knows terroir like the Rogue Farms Honeybees. The honey they produce is a sampling of all the flavors of the Wigrich Appellation – a unique taste of place.

Taste our place for yourself with Rogue Farms Honey Kolsch, brewed with the honey we grew at our farm in Independence, Oregon. John Maier’s recipe also includes Rogue Farms grown Dare & Risk barley, plus our Alluvial hops. Honey Kolsch will arrive nationwide on draft and in yellow 750 ml bottles June 1st.

Honey Kolsch is made in collaboration with Mother Nature and the Rogue Farms Honeybees.

Rogue Ales & Spirits is an agricultural based brewery with farms in Independence and Tygh Valley, Oregon. We grow more than a dozen ingredients, creating a proprietary palate of flavors of known terroir for Brewmaster John Maier to craft beers and spirits of distinction.