Sunday, October 2, 2011

Ale's For Me. Ale's For You. And A Stout Of Course.

I love going out and having a good time and I know that there are some that want to explore other beers also
I thought it would be a good idea to spotlight breweries as I come across them or are told about them.

Todays brewery: 

“From man’s sweat and God’s love, beer came into the world.”
- Saint Arnold of Metz 
The Patron Saint of Brewers

All Rogue Ales are sealed in a brown glass (better shelf life) using an oxygen absorbing cap.

They also vow to never include preservatives, additives or chemicals!

Dead Guy Ale.
German Maierbock Ale.

Created in the early 1990s to celebrate the Mayan Day of the Dead (Nov. 1st, All Souls Day) for Casa U Betcha in Portland, Oregon.

Absolutely delicious! One of my favorite beers and is a great gateway into darker beers.

Pumpkin  Patch Ale.
How it's made:
Using real pumpkins from a patch 77 miles away from the brewery!
Pumpkins are roasted and added to a kettle to create the batch.  Ingredients that are also included are ginger, vanilla bean, cinnamon, and nutmeg.

I can't wait to find this beer and taste it for myself! 

Chocolate Stout.
American Stout.

This stout was released on Valentine's Day in 2001!
Made with natural chocolate flavoring, this beer will leave that bitter-sweet finish many of us search for in a beer.

We have this beer on tap at Taco Mac in Huntersville and I am more than excited to get my hands on it!

All Picture and Brewery Information from Rogue Ales.

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