September 27, 2006

Rogue Brewery on the Oregon Coast

POST #    2257

One of our stops on our drive up the Oregon Coast was Newport. After spending the night in town, the next morning, we took in a few sites - Mo's Chowder, sea lions (more on that later), and the Rogue Brewery. Unfortunately, we missed the brewery tour, but we did stop by the bar to sample some of the beers Rogue makes. This left me drunk after about 2 sips from each our eight small glasses of beer. Unfortunately, because of the airline restrictions, we weren't able to bring back any of the tasty, tasty beer they had.

Fortunately, at Barcade tomorrow, they are going to have 20 (!!) Rogue beers on tap. Details in the extended entry. I know where I'll be tomorrow night!!

Posted by tien mao in Food/Drink, Travel at 7:48 AM



This Thursday night 9/28 we are very excited to welcome Rogue Ales and brewmaster John Maier to Barcade as they take over our taps and pour 20 of their amazing beers. On draft:

Dead Guy Ale
"Dry Hopped" St.Rogue Red
Juniper Pale Ale
Kells Irish Lager
Smoke Ale
Brewer Doppelbock (Locker Stock #3, vintage keg)
Old Crusty Barley Wine
Russian Imperial Stout
Imperial Porter
Chipotle Ale
Glen Ale (vintage keg)
Brutal Bitter
Integrity IPA
Love & Hoppiness
Uber Pils
Shakespeare Stout
Issaquah Bull Frog Ale


Chocolate Stout (on cask)

Basically, there should be something for everybody in there. If not, then you don't like beer and you're probably not coming anyway. Also, we'll be giving away a lot of cool Rogue stuff, plus there'll be a nice bread and cheese spread too. Beer starts flowing at 6pm.

Did you have a favorite beer?

Posted by: Jen at September 27, 2006 10:49 AM

um, all of them?

Posted by: tien [TypeKey Profile Page] at September 28, 2006 8:16 AM

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