80An old-fashioned style red amber beer, given an American twist with the inclusion of Cascade hops. Some of the proceeds go to charity.
Rogue Brutal Bitter
78A robust, chunky beer featuring just one hop – Crystal. A little less alcohol would work to its benefit.
Rogue Chocolate Stout
80A beer for chocoholics, containing natural chocolate flavouring, but still very much a beer.
Rogue Dead Guy Ale
78A bronze-coloured ale with plenty of good, fresh flavours, in keeping with the style of this Oregon brewery.
Rogue Dry Hopped Red
Lovely russet colour... Resiny hops dominating, citrus and red fruit, underlying apricot notes... Overpowering earthy hops... A brave beer, intense and rich in hop nuances... Resin and a hint of grape...
Rogue Santa's Private Reserve
80Big flavours – as always at this Oregon brewery – with hops taking over what is initially a malty beer. If you like bland beers, stay away.
Rogue Shakespeare Oatmeal Stout
Rich chocolate, coffee, bitter hops – good refreshing finish. Clean/soft malt balance. Well balanced, easy drinking.
Rogue Smoke Ale
Deep gold with a bronze hue... Aroma presents woody smoked malts and peppery hops... Orangey... Smoky bacon, kipper, Lapsang Souchong tea.. Something pleasantly medicinal about the palate... Big broad...
Rogue Younger's Special Bitter
85The bottle describes this as ‘a classic English special bitter,' but there aren't so many British beers as bold and hoppy as this these days.
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