Rogue Dead Guy Ale 355ml Bottle
Brewery: Rogue Ales
Style: German-style Maibock
Format: 355ml Bottle
An ale inspired by the style of a German Maibock, brewed using our proprietary Pacman yeast, Dead Guy Ale is deep honey in color with a malty aroma, rich hearty flavor and a well balanced finish.
“Deep reddish amber hue. Generous toasty malt aromas and earthy hops follow through on a moderately full-bodied palate with fruity accents and a long spicy hop finish. A delicious hybrid style with bock-like maltiness but ale-like hopping.” –World Beer Championship Judges.
2016 World Beer Championships, Gold
2016 San Diego International Beer Festival, Bronze
2015 The Great International Beer & Cider Competition, First
2015 World Beer Championships, Gold
2012, 2011, 2009, & 2008 World Beer Championships, Best of Year
WHAT OTHER CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
Will raise you from the dead
Well a stretch of days off have inspired me to try some beers I haven’t had before. In this day and age the online world gives us an abundance of choices not available at our local.
You can spend a little or a lot.
This first one is a Rogues Ale from Oregon in the good ‘ol U.S. of A.
Dead Guy Ale - coming in at a nice, solid 6.8%.
In the Maibock (German craft, Malty beer) style the red/amber colour gives way to a light, Malty, creamy taste with Hops in the back end of the swallow (but not too hoppy) a great ‘relax with a couple after work’ beer.
The label was done to celebrate the Mayan Day of The Dead Festival . A new favourite
Helles yeah we enjoyed this Bock
It had a beautiful amber color to it. The malts and hops were blended perfectly together and it made for a very relaxing drink.
Has a bit of a caramel taste to it.
Would recommend it.
Perfect refreshing beer for a hot summers day, or anytime!
This one's for those who don't get a kick out of commercial beers anymore, and want a step up!
I love this beer. Beautiful German style ale.
4 stars for my favourite beer
first tried it at the yard house in Waikiki and it was love at first sip, keep meaning to try other rogue brews but can't go past dead guy ale ... a slightly bitter and hoppy flavour that is satisfying without being heavy or leaving a bloated feeling (hey, this actually does matter to female beer drinkers), nice touch of malt in the aftertaste..... hmmm, so is it disturbing that my soul mate is a dead guy ?
A little bit of everything. Quite IPA-ish in style with a lager maltiness on the back palate. very interesting beer that could quite easily find it's way into your regular drinking regimen.