• Rogue Ales & Spirits Introduced its Newest Taste Sensation

     
    FROM THE Fall 2018 ISSUE
     

    Going Rogue

Oregon’s Rogue Ales & Spirits has introduced its newest taste sensation: Marionberry Sour. The violet-hued ale is made with prickless marionberries grown on Rogue’s farm in Newport, Oregon. Marionberries were created by Oregon State University researchers back in 1956 and are a regional favorite because they are a larger, more flavorful variety of blackberry. Rogue Ales & Spirits is the only farmerbrewer-distiller-cooper in the United States. 

Because many of our colleagues are caffeinated enough during these stressful months, why not gift them a gentler, kinder holiday beverage? The Warming Joy 2021 holiday collections from Tea Forté, a company offering handcrafted luxury tea blends that are served at some of the  finest hotels across the country and sold at retailers like Paddington Station in Ashland, OR, and Knack in Seattle, features a combination of black, green and herbal teas. The gift sets include seasonal favorites like raspberry ganache, sweet orange spice, cherry marzipan, harvest apple spice and winter chai.

 

This jewel of the Inland Northwest is full of charm. 

 

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