Rogue Nation Continues New Expansion, Plants its Flag in Nine Countries
Ex-pats and locals alike can now order up a bottle of Rogue Ale in Australia, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Trinidad and Tobago.
The countries may be new to Rogue, but selling abroad isn’t: the Newport, Oregon based craft brewery has been exporting its lineup of ales for years, beginning in Japan in 1993. Since then, it has expanded to Canada (Albera, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Quebec), England, Guam, the Philippines, Sweden, and most recently, the People’s Republic of China.
Rogue Nation will continue to expand into more countries to further gain support for its recent application for admission to the United Nations. Among its arguments for recognition, coins and currency, passports, national ID cards, stamps, license plates, a flag, a constitution, a national past time, a literary journal, a farm and a pledge. More important, Rogue Nation is an expression of a shared culture and language that unites its citizens in a common bond.
Owing to its philosophy that “variety is the spice of life,” Rogue Ales crafts a wide range of ales made with the finest hops and barley malt, free range coastal water and Pacman top fermenting proprietary yeast. Rogue does not use preservatives, additives or chemicals, nor does the brewery pasteurize its products.
Celebrating its second century, Rogue Ales is an Artisan Varietal Brewery founded in Oregon in 1988, as one of America’s first 50 microbreweries. Rogue has 550+ awards for taste and quality and is available nationally and in 20 countries.