According to Oregonhops.org Oregon is the second largest hop producing state in the United States. The hop-growing region of the state is exclusively located in Oregon's Willamette Valley.
Hops are a vital aspect to the economy of the Pacific Northwest, producing nearly the entire U.S. supply and greater than 30% of the world’s supply. In 2013, Oregon hop production generated over $31 million in farm gate value from nearly 5,000 acres. For more information on hop production in Oregon visit: http://www.oregonhops.org
Where in Central Oregon is Cascade Hop Farm Located?
Cascade Hop Farm is located in Tumalo, Oregon in what many consider to be the best farm land in Central Oregon, our soils (Terrior and Soil Type) are a rich combination of volcanic ash and light loam providing excellent drainage while still retaining adaquate moisture for our hops to thrive. Cascade Hop Farm centrally located to Bend, Sisters and Redmonds thriving craft beer industry - close enough for an easy visit for brewers and enthusiests alike.
Our business office is located just outside of Eagle Crest Resort and in close proximity to Redmonds growing craft beer scene. Nerby attractions include Cline Falls, The Dechutes River and just a few easy miles from Smith Rock - One of Central Oregons many natural wounders.