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Rogue Dry Hopped St. Rogue Red Ale

Name – Rogue Dry Hopped St. Rogue Red Ale
Country – United States
Type – Ale

Appearance – A very red color with a large, foamy off white head.

Smell – A slight toasted nutty smell almost caramel in smell.

Taste – Good mouthful with a nice hoppy taste.  Very smooth finish with no bitter after taste.

A very smooth and refreshing beer.  Nothing completely memorable but something I can see myself drinking again.

Overall Grade – B-

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  • Reply JM

    Rogue has some great beers to offer. My girlfriends favorite beer right now is Rogue Hazelnut. Like your site and concept. I started a site very similar to this one recently as well. If you’re interested in a link exchange let me know.

    July 19, 2008 at 12:20 pm
  • Reply Chris

    Just found this one this one site I was reading on, thought it was relavent.

    Rogue Hop Farm
    The Rogue Hop Farm is on the Willamette River, south of Independence, Oregon on the former John Haas Alluvial Hop Farm. Four varieties are now being planted on 22 acres with an initial harvest in 2009. The four varieties are Perle, Sterling, Horizon, and Centennial. The hops will be processed and baled on the farm.

    In 2009 Rogue will create an all Oregon product using Oregon hops and malt from their farms, yeast from Wyeast in Hood River, and Oregon Free Range Coastal Water, in commemoration of Oregon’s 150th Birthday.

    In 2008 a fresh hop beer will be available from the farm. The Rogue Nation Postal Service will issue a commemorative stamp marking the occasion.

    For tours call Anna at (503) 227-3761.

    We are proud to join with Oregon Farmers who provide the essential ingredients for Oregon’s thriving fermentation economy.

    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 550+ awards for taste and quality and is available nationally and in 10 countries.

    July 24, 2008 at 1:53 am
  • Reply 2008 Great American Beer Festival Award Winners « Mike Loves Beer

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    October 14, 2008 at 4:17 pm
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