Pendelton and Rogue partner to brew a national park beer

  Rogue Ales and Pendleton Woolen Mills are celebrating Oregon’s Crater Lake National Park in the best way possible: by creating a specialty beer in its honor. Pendleton Pale Ale, brewed with hops and malts grown on Rogue Farms in Oregon, is a “crisp and refreshing ode to Oregon’s dramatic Crater Lake National Park that comes in … [ Read more]

And the 2015 Honey Beer Champion Is…

The National Honey Board just wrapped up its first-ever Honey Beer Competition and crowned Rogue Ales’ Honey Kolsch the Best in Show champion. More than 25 beers were submitted for the competition. Each beer was judged by three members of the Beer Judge Certification Program based on aroma, appearance, flavor, mouthfeel, and contribution of honey to … [ Read more]

Rogue, Colin Cowherd team up for Blunt N’ Bitter

In a collision of rogues, Colin Cowherd and Rogue Ales have announced the worldwide debut of Blunt N’ Bitter – the official beverage of Colin Cowherd and The Herd. Blunt N’ Bitter is dedicated to those that dare to speak their mind and is a classic English Special Bitter. Blunt N’ Bitter will be introduced on August … [ Read more]

Rogue Ales Rogue Farms 7 Hop IPA

Rogue Ales & Spirits Rogue Farms 7 Hop IPA 8.02% ABV, 90 IBU The Pacific Northwest, where Rogue is located, conjures visions of burly, bearded lumberjacks. Although the beards are bigger than ever these days, men are more likely to be downing Voodoo donuts than giant redwoods. However, their taste for bold beer hasn’t changed, and … [ Read more]

PRESS RELEASE: Rogue Ales & Spirits to Release Rogue Irish Lager

Rogue Ales & Spirits says “Sláinte!” to St. Patrick’s Day with a pint of Rogue Irish Lager. Rogue Irish Lager is the craft beer for St. Patrick’s Day. In true Irish Lager fashion, this brew has sweet aromas that follow through with a full malty and rounded palate; a refreshing alternative to the usual dark, heavy … [ Read more]

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