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Rogue: More Than Ale

Spirits

12.31.2008

The beginning for Rogue was in 1988 in Ashland Oregon on the beautiful Lithia Creek as a Brewpub that sat sixty people with the brewery located in the basement below. In less than a year the team realized another location was needed and moved the fledgling business to Newport where it still resides. Along with the award-winning American Amber Ale and Brutal Bitter, Rogue also produces a line of unique spirits. Here are four cocktail creations made with Rogue Spirits to inspire your New Years celebrations.

Rogue Rum and Coke (White Rum)
– 1 ½ ounce Rogue White Rum
– 5oz Cola
– Stir

Rogue On The Rocks (Dark Rum)
– 2oz Rogue Dark Rum
– Glass
– Ice
– Stir

Hot Buttered Rogue Rum (Hazelnut Spice Rum)
– ½ Tbsp butter
– 1 tsp brown sugar
– Dash vanilla extract
– 2oz Rogue Hazelnut Spice Rum
– Boiling water
– Combine butter, brown sugar, vanilla, and rum. Muddle then top off with boiling water.

Rogue Gin and Tonic (Spruce Gin)
– Large ice cubes
– 2oz Rogue Spruce Gin
– 1oz Tonic water
– Stir



Comments

  1. Cruz | Wednesday, December 31, 2008

    I did not even know Rogue made spirits. Learn something new every day!


  2. Alan Kropf | Wednesday, December 31, 2008

    Those are some regal looking bottles


  3. JJ Bagley | Wednesday, December 31, 2008

    Pretty cool, this was also the first Rum distillery in the state of Oregon.


  4. Jeff | Wednesday, December 31, 2008

    I’d like to try their spiced rum.


  5. ZaZa | Wednesday, December 31, 2008

    I am always intrigued by presentation. They have an appealing
    bottle. I would definitely give Rogue a try.


  6. jbinthesun | Wednesday, December 31, 2008

    I’v always been a sucker for dark rum and this is a righteous time to try the Rogue.
    Thanks for turning me on to it. Once tasted, I will report back with what I am sure will be “high” praise.


  7. JadoPhilomath | Thursday, January 1, 2009

    will have to put this on my list for 2009.

    methinks Brutal Bitter has my name all over it.

    thanks for the blog.


  8. Ben T | Thursday, January 1, 2009

    Their hazelnut rum is very tasty. Sip it by itself as you bask in the glow of the fireplace (or huddle around the spaceheater with a blanket over your head).

    The spruce gin is really interesting. It works. I’ve only tried it neat, but I don’t see why it wouldn’t play well with tonic and lime.

    About a month ago they bought the pub/micro-micro-brewery down the street from me in Portland, The Green Dragon. I’m not sure what they’re up to, but they must be doing well.


  9. Big Toe | Monday, January 5, 2009

    I hope I can find this here in Oklahoma. I am always looking for something new to try. I think a bottle of the gin is calling my name.


  10. Thirsty In Florida | Wednesday, April 29, 2009

    Sounds like good rum. Can someone please tell me where to I may find some in South Florida?


  11. JJ Bagley | Wednesday, April 29, 2009

    I looked at the website to see if they had a locator guide, but no luck. Your best bet may be to order from the internet. Rogue has a pretty big beer following but I think their spirits operation is a bit smaller.


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