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Why You’ll Want To Drink Dead Guy Whiskey In The Dark

Because it glows.


Look for Dead Guy Whiskey in special glow-in-the-dark bottles. Halloween will never be same again.

I mash Dead Guy Whiskey with the same grains I use in Dead Guy Ale. But instead of adding hops and brewing it, I transport it across the parking lot to the Rogue Distillery here in Newport, Oregon where we distill it in a custom made, hand built, Vendome Copper still.

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Then we ocean age Dead Guy in White Oak Barrels and bottle it by hand.

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Soon, I’ll be mashing Dead Guy Whiskey with Rogue Farms hand crafted malts made from the barley we grow in Tygh Valley, Oregon. The Risk™ and Dare™ malting barley is floor malted and micro malted in small batches at the Farmstead Malt House – right next to the barley fields. If you grow it, you know it.

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If you want to make a good spirit, first start with good beer.

If you want to enjoy Dead Guy Whiskey with the lights out, look for the glow-in-the-dark bottles.