Rogue Dead Guy Whiskey

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food, Vices

Since 1988, the team at Rogue Ales has been blazing a trail on the craft beer scene. Now that things have really been taking off these last few years, the Oregon-based brewery looks to make a lateral move into the world of spirits with the introduction of Rogue Dead Guy Whiskey.

Playing off the popularity of their beloved Dead Guy Ale, Rogue is heading full force into the world of whiskey. And the name isn’t the only thing shared between their beer and whiskey. Dead Guy Whiskey is distilled using the same tree malts as Dead Guy Ale, and aged in American oak barrels for three months prior to being bottled. Expect to see many more spirits from your favorite craft breweries in the coming months. [Purchase]

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