What beloved Portland celebrity will be next to grace a bottle of Rogue's delicious beer?
This week Rogue Ales rolls out Blunt n’ Bitter beer in honor of allegedly racist and ESPN-fired sports talk radio host Colin Cowherd. The Newport-based brewery also makes pink-bottled beers branded
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Friday, July 31BenFestA bunch of Bens in Portland brew fine, fine beers—so many, there’s a five-year festival devoted to the beers Bens brew. Bens Edmunds, Kehs, Love, Flerchinger, Engler and Dobler—of Breakside, Deschutes, Gigantic, Lucky Lab, Occidental and Widmer—will showcase their Ben Beers. You can also take a Ben quiz at bit.ly/1C3YYJA to determine the most popular Ben. MATTHEW KORFHAGE. ...
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Well, now there will be three crazy-ass beer bottles being toted as carry-on luggage at Portland International Airport.Alongside the omnipresent Pepto-Bismol-pink, Bacon Maple Ale sold at Voodoo Doughnut, and their PDX-carpet-patterned IPA, Rogue Ales will be making a "very unique graphic label" for a Pendleton Pilsner, says Linda Parker, spokesperson for the 150-year-old Portland heritage ...
Everyone knows European beer is better in
Europe—but what of American suds abroad? In Amsterdam, where I moved
from Portland last year, the three American breweries whose beers are
Rogue Ales has been mashing the
vino-centric concept of terroir into beer more aggressively than anyone
else in Oregon. Some of the Newport-based brewery’s initiatives have
been mostly about m
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Portland is known for coffee and beer. But not coffee beer.
Despite having the
nation’s best crop of small-batch coffee roasters and making some of the
nation’s best suds, few Portland brewe
Raking through Oregon’s wide selection of seasonal beer.
Like those soggy leaves you should be
raking up about now, autumn beers come in different shades of yellow,
orange and brown. For brewers, the months between summer’s crisp lagers
Among its many other crimes against journalism, the Internet has shown writers and editors what people really want to read when no one is looking.
We now know that a
slide show called “10 Reason
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Rogue Ales' latest creation appeared in the WW office this morning, a collaboration with Voodoo Doughnuts called the Bacon Maple Ale, based on That Doughnut. Whilst we're loath to give any attention to this blatant gimmickry, after tasting it, we feel a civic obligation to warn anyone who might be considering splashing $156 on a case.Here is a sampling of quotes from WW staffers at today's impromptu ...