Rogue Releases American Amber Ale

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Newport, Oregon – For years Rogue Ales and Spirits has taken an active role in supporting the men and women of our Armed Forces. As a salute to those who serve our country, and in celebration of our revolutionary spirit, Rogue announces the release of American Amber Ale. First introduced by Rogue the same year we opened, American Amber has stood as our patriotic brew since 1988. This beer is not about a particular style, it is about America.

Rogue Brewmaster John Maier pays tribute to America’s amber waves of grain by brewing American Amber Ale with malts and hops grown at Rogue Farms in Independence and Tygh Valley, Oregon. Tawny amber in color with a toffee aroma, tight head, delicate roasted malt accent and a smooth finish, American Amber Ale is a taste of terroir that can only be grown in the USA.

American Amber is available in 16oz grenade cans, 22oz bottles, 6-packs and growlers now through Labor Day, making it perfect for All-American activities like enjoying Fourth of July fireworks, backyard BBQs, camping, fishing and baseball games. For more information, please visit

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