16 May
Because dead men tell no ales, but they love whiskey

Since opening their doors as a brew pub in 1988, Rogue has grown with the craft-beer revolution out of Oregon. It has since become one of the top ales to put hair on a man’s face, the Platinum medal-winning Dead Guy Ale. Dedicated to crafting fine booze, it makes sense that spirits be added to the pallet. Welcome, Dead Guy Whiskey. Rogue’s Dead Guy Whiskey is copper pot distilled and ocean aged in American oak casks, and is crafted from the same malts that comprise the ale. This not only gives Dead Guy Whiskey its unique flavor, but also keeps it in the Rogue family — because dead men tell no ales. Or something like that. Get an 80-proof bottle made by the award-winning distillery for $41.

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