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October 23, 2020

The Rogue – Dead Guy Ale

Filed under: deVine's Daily Blog Article — Dirk @ 11:55 am

Author: Dirk Chan

Rogue was founded in 1988 in Ashland Oregon with a mission focused on farming and growing their own malt, cultivating proprietary yeast , generally being as self sufficient as possible.

Rogue Dead was one of the first flagship brews in the beginning stage of Craft beers. A German maibock with a generous dose of bitter hops. Toasty, malty, aromatic and bitter. Something unique in a time of American “lite” beers.

Fast forward to 2006, Rogue begins to distil their own spirits with the same premise in self sufficiency as the brewery resulted in their American whiskey that takes on notes of honey, grass, cereal and Smokey vanilla.

Rogue Dead guy ale is aged in previously filled Rogue Dead Guy whiskey barrels – it is a more intense , fuller , rounded beer, bringing more oak, vanilla and fruity notes to this malt focused beer. We have also brought in their Whiskey for your consideration as well.

Pictured above from left to right:

Rogue Dead ‘N’ Dead (Oregon, United States) – $19.99

Rogue Dead Guy (Oregon, United States) – $11.99

Rogue Dead Guy Ale (Oregon, United States) – $19.99

Rogue Dead Guy Whiskey (Oregon, United States) – $84.99

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