Brewery Update: Rogue Valentine’s Special Releases, Irish Lager

rogueRogue is releasing a specially designed bottle for Valentine’s Day with their Chocolate Stout product. This beer comes in 22 oz bombers and is only available in January and February.

Press release from Rogue:

Show that special someone you love them twice as much with two special products fromRogue Ales that are just for Valentine’s Day-Chocolate Stout and Double Chocolate Stout.

ROGUE CHOCOLATE STOUT

Rogue Chocolate Stout 22oz limited release bottles are available for the holiday with a new “Valentine Red” label, making this beer a perfect gift.

These special Valentines bottles will be available nationwide in January and February only.

Rogue Master Brewer John Maier combines his World Champion Shakespeare Stout, named the “Best of 1500 Beers” by Bob Klein in the Beer Lover’s Rating Guide, with Chocolate to create Rogue Chocolate Stout. This brew has received
over 20 awards, including Gold in the 2012 World Beer Championships.

Chocolate Stout is ebony colored with a rich creamy head. 9 ingredients make up this brew: 2-Row, C-120 and Chocolate Malts; Cascade Hops; Rolled Oats; Roasted Barley; Chocolate; Free Range Coastal Water and Pacman Yeast.

stoutBetter news yet is the release of their Double Chocolate Stout which is also being released in a special release bottle, also available in January and February also. More from Rogue:

ROGUE DOUBLE CHOCOLATE STOUT
The Valentine’s Day lineup gets bolder with Rogue Double Chocolate Stout in a special limited edition red 750ml painted bottle. Find it on shelves in January and February only.

Double Chocolate Stout is an evolution of Chocolate Stout, brewed with 10 ingredients: 2-Row, C120 and Chocolate Malts; Cascade Hops; Rolled Oats; Roasted Barley; Honey; Chocolate; Free Range Coastal Water and Pacman Yeast.

irishAlso being released in time for St. Patrick’s Day is Rogues Irish Lager. Only available in 22 oz bombers and on tap. From Rogue:

Rogue Irish Lager is back for a limited time in 2013 as the craft beer choice for St. Patrick’s Day.

Rogue Irish Lager will be available on draft and in 22oz serigraphed bottles in February and March, and makes a great alternative to the usual lineup of dark, heavy stouts found on the holiday.

Rogue Irish Lager has gained worldwide acclaim, winning a Gold at the Australian Beer Awards and 8 medals at the World Beer Championships. Judges described it as having, “…sweetish aromas, followed through with a full malty and rounded palate that finishes with a hint of hop bitters.”

“This is an Irish Lager perfect for floating Guinness, and luck had nothing to do with it.” – John Maier – Rogue Brewmaster

Rogue Irish Lager is brewed with 9 ingredients: Great Western 2-Row, Great Western Pale, Crystal -15, Wheat & Acidulated Malts; Sterling & Perle hops; Czech Pilsner Yeast, and Free Range Coastal Water.

Celebrating its second century, Rogue Ales is an Artisan Varietal Brewery founded in Oregon in 1988, as one of America’s first 50 microbreweries. Rogue has 900+ awards for taste and quality and is distributed nationally and in 32 countries.

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3 thoughts on “Brewery Update: Rogue Valentine’s Special Releases, Irish Lager

  1. Onenationunderabrew says:

    Beer baron! Long time listener, first time caller, LOVE THE BLOG! Keep this party goin, and make sure Jumbo Ozaki Nuts and sLim post as much as possible, because they are the celebs whose opinions on beer and art and molitor golf balls I also respect and admire.

    I didn’t see in your recent posts if you addressed it, and apologies if you did and I just overlooked, but a website called First we Feast about a week ago came up with a list of the ’20 most influential beers of all time’. It’s a list that has been panned by some:

    http://zythophile.wordpress.com/2013/01/11/the-real-20-most-influential-beers-of-all-time/

    Would be interested to know your take. And, while we know your ranking of best beers, for fun what would you say the list would be of, say, the 10 beers most influential in your career as a beer baron? For me, it would consist of several beers full of awfulness rounded out by beers that opened my world to the taste of taste.

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