Over the weekend we visited Agrarian Ales in Coburg, Oregon to sample some farm fresh beers. This unique farmhouse brewery just outside of Eugene, Agrarian features brews made with farm-grown ingredients like estate hops, chile peppers, and regionally sourced honey. Agrarian even makes their own proprietary sodas including a yerba mate chile one and one made from raspberries, lemon balm, and honey. Simply delicious.
A visit to Agrarian Ales is quite the experience. As you enter the estate, you can watch hops growing before you. Upon entering the tasting portion of the farm, housemade food is available as well as merchandise and lots of distinctly flavorful craft beers that are ever-rotating.
Agrarian Ales is run by proprietor Ben Tilley and brewers Tobias Schock and Nathan Tilley. It’s a real family affair with a lot of love put into each batch. Agrarian Ales is open Friday through Sunday 3p.m. until sundown. Make sure to check out their website: http://www.agales.com/ to learn more.
This article was originally published on brewpublic.com