Cold Brew or IPA: Why Not Both?

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Rogue Ales launches Cold Brew IPA, an IPA blended with Stumptown Cold Brew Coffee

Rogue Cold Brew IPA

“These are two of my favorite things,” said Rogue Brewmaster John Maier

Rogue Ales announces a collision of big flavors with the release of Cold Brew IPA. Stumptown Coffee Roasters’ Cold Brew Coffee is blended with an IPA made using Rogue Farms hops for a unique interplay of hops and coffee flavors. Opening with a huge hit of rich coffee aroma that is balanced by a not-so-subtle hop punch, the transition is seamless from one bold flavor to the next.

Oregon roasted and brewed, Stumptown’s Cold Brew Coffee is made with the highest quality coffee, cold-brewed for over 12 hours, and then double filtered for a smooth, complex brew. Oregon grown and brewed, Rogue’s IPA is brewed using Rogue Farms hops and specifically designed to meld with Cold Brew Coffee.

“These are two of my favorite things,” said Rogue Brewmaster John 'More Hops' Maier. “I would describe it as Oregon IPA meets Oregon Cold Brew Coffee.”

Rogue Cold Brew IPA will arrive in April; find it on draft and in 22 oz bottles nationwide. For more information on the Cold Brew IPA revolution, visit rogue.com.

About Rogue Ales and Spirits
Rogue Ales and Spirits is an agri-fermenter and distillery founded in Oregon in 1988. Rogue has won over 1,700 awards for taste and quality and is available in all 50 states and 50 countries. Since 2008, Rogue has remained committed to saving the terroir of Oregon hops and barley, one acre at a time, by growing its own.

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