Rogue Releases Yellow Snow IPA

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Newport, Ore. – Rain clouds are plotting their return at Rogue Ales and Spirits, which means snow on the mountain and the start to one of our favorite traditions: Yellow Snow IPA, the official beer of the snow season. Coming off a Gold Medal finish at the 2015 World Beer Championships, the pale golden hued Yellow Snow boasts a hoppy, fruit-forward aroma complemented by a medium body and hoppyness mid-pallet, with a lingering, bitter finish.

Dedicated to common sense, Yellow Snow IPA is here to quench thirsts throughout the wintry months from November through March. Whether recovering with a pint after a long day on the slopes or just battling Old Man Winter, Yellow Snow is the perfect ale to enjoy when the snowflakes fall.

Made with Oregon grown Rogue Farms hops and barley, Yellow Snow IPA is brewed in anticipation of the first snow flake. Yellow Snow season will start again on November 1 with flurries of six packs, serigraphed 22 oz bottles, 64 oz growlers, and 5 liter cans; and on draft featuring a distinctive ceramic tap handle. For more information on Yellow Snow IPA visit

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.