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Three Decades of Rogue Style

Old Rogue Meets New with These Timeless Pieces

We're turning 30 this year and it's giving us all the feels. Join us on a trip down memory lane to revisit some of the most memorable Rogue Fashion.


We're getting ready to celebrate 30 years as an independent craft brewer this year, and for the occasion, we're re-releasing some of our favorite styles from the last 30 years. Our limited release vintage collection includes a fifth Anniversary shirt, Brutal Bitter shirt, Old Crustacian shirt, gold script snapback hat (favorite of Head Brewmaster, John Maier) and Shakespeare crew neck sweatshirt. When asked about the new line, Trade Marketing Manager, Lauren Loeser says, "We don't have to try to make vintage... we have the history."

Head Brewmaster John Maier sporting <a href = "http://buy.rogue.com/rogue-vintage-dedicated-crew-sweatshirt/">Shakespeare crew neck sweatshirt</a> and <a href = "http://buy.rogue.com/rogue-script-vintage-nylon-snapback/">gold script hat</a> next to Andrew and Allison in the newly released sweatshirts.
Head Brewmaster John Maier sporting Shakespeare crew neck sweatshirt and gold script hat next to Andrew and Allison in the newly released sweatshirts.

Many people are aware of our presence in Newport, Ore. where our World Headquarters resides but do you know where the Shakespeare influence came from?

In 1988, we opened a pub in Ashland, Oregon, home of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Rogue's first brick and mortar. Along with our award-winning Shakespeare Stout, you can find the 17th-century influence on some of our early bottles and merchandise.

Well known homebrewer, Chris Studach, wearing the original <a href ="http://buy.rogue.com/rogue-vintage-crusty-t-shirt/">Old Crusty shirt</a> next to Ben, Head of Rogue HR.
Well known homebrewer, Chris Studach, wearing the original Old Crusty shirt next to Ben, Head of Rogue HR.

See the whole limited release collection in our estore.