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Rogue Chocolate Stout - Why buy your chocolate in a box?


Rogue Chocolate Stout

 
Rogue Chocolate Stout

 
Why buy your chocolate in a box, when you can get it in a bottle? Push aside the champagne flute and pour your sweetheart a Rogue Chocolate Stout this holiday season. We like to think it’s the perfect gift. Rogue Master Brewer John Maier created Chocolate Stout by adding imported Dutch bittersweet chocolate to his World Champion Shakespeare Stout. Since debuting in 2008, Rogue’s Chocolate Stout has earned 33 awards including Gold medals two years in a row at Mondial de la Biere Fest.Chocolate Stout is dedicated to Sebbie Buhler, a Rogue original with nearly 20 years of service to the revolution. Take a look at the label, that’s Sebbie. She blogs about Chocolate Stout and her other adventures at: roguechocolatestout.blogspot.com

Chocolate Stout is available nationwide on draft and in 22oz bottles year round. In January-February it is available in a limited edition “Valentine Red” serigraphed bottle. And if that’s not enough chocolate for you, a Rogue Chocolate Dyed T-Shirt is available at Rogue Public Houses and on the rogue.com E-Store.

Chocolate Stout is brewed with 12 ingredients including: Great Western 2-Row, Crystal 135-165, Chocolate & Rogue Micro Barley Farm DareTM and RiskTM Malts; Rogue Micro Hopyard Revolution & Rebel Hops; Rolled Oats, Roasted Barley, Natural Chocolate Flavoring, Free Range Coastal Water & Pacman Yeast. Brewing specifications: 15 PLATO, 69 IBU, 77 AA, 135.45 LRogue’s 42-acre micro hopyard is located in Oregon’s Wigrich Appellation and the Rogue GYO barley farm is located in Oregon’s Tygh Valley Appellation. Rogue remains committed to saving the terroir of Oregon hops and barley, one acre at a time, by growing our own. 
     





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