NEWPORT, OR – When you brew in cooperation with Mother Nature, she’s in charge. After patiently waiting for pumpkins to grow and ripen, Rogue Ales and Spirits is now ready to brew Pumpkin Patch Ale.
The fresh pumpkins Rogue is using in this year’s batch of Pumpkin Patch Ale just arrived at the Brewery in Newport, Oregon. Rogue employees are chopping, cleaning, chunking and roasting the pumpkins for John Maier to pitch fresh in the brew kettle.
While many pumpkin beers appear on store shelves in July and August, Rogue still hasn’t figured out how to make Pumpkin Patch Ale until after the pumpkins are harvested.
Rogue Farms Pumpkin Patch Ale isn’t available until long after other pumpkin beers have appeared on store shelves because we won’t rush Mother Nature. Because as Rogue Brewmaster John Maier likes to say, “It’s worth the wait.”
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