Rogue Ales and Pendleton Woolen Mills recently announced a collaboration unveiling The Rogue Pendleton Pilsner. Brewed by Rogue in Newport, Oregon. Pendleton Pilsner uses floor malted barley grown on Rogue’s Farm in Tygh Valley and Liberty hops grown at Rogue Farms in Independence, OR. Pendleton Pilsner’s bottle design is inspired by Pendleton’s iconic jacquard textiles really hammering home the collaborate effort.
News release by Pendelton:
Pendleton Pilsner will make its worldwide debut during Pendleton Bike Week in Pendleton, OR, from July 22-26 and will also be available in Pendleton stores, Rogue pubs, and at select local retailers in Oregon. For more information on Pendleton Pilsner, please visit rogue.com and pendleton-usa.com.
Photo Credit: pendleton-usa.com
The Macallan 64 years old in Lalique Cire Perdu sold, in 2010, at Sotheby’s New York auction for a whopping $460,000 USD. To whomever bought this, please consider it our christmas gift this year!
This seems Batsh*t to us but hot damn its great. Check out the science behind powdered alcohol from the good folks at WIRED.
This Sunday, April 26th Brother Jimmy’s in Union Square will be hosting the BEER OLYMPICS. The event consists of 3 Games: Beer Pong, Flip Cup, and Relays. Winners will be rewarded for their efforts, uniforms encouraged… possibly rewarded. Either watch or participate in the $20 all you can eat wings, rib tips and beer!
Spots are first come first serve for teams of 4, register your team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org The Beer Olympics start promptly at 3, don’t be late.
Happy St. Patricks Day! No go get those beer goggles on an turn that 1 you’ve been staring at into a 10!