The most Rogue/Issaquah beers on tap in one place… ever!

A wise man once said, “Beer is perhaps the single greatest invention of mankind. Granted, the wheel is also a fine invention, but does not go nearly as well with pizza.” *

We love Bellingham, we love pizza, and it goes without saying that we love beer. This week there is a celebration taking place  in Bellingham as the Pizza Pipeline celebrates a week of Rogue beers. They will have 24 Rogue beers and 3 Issaquah Brewhouse beers on tap all week (10/26 – 10/30).  This is the most Rogue and Issaquah beers on tap anywhere outside of the Issaquah Brewhouse – ever.  If you are in Bellingham, or are planning to be, this is a must.

Pizza Pipeline
1118 E Maple St
Bellingham , WA
(360) 647-3600 ‎

pizzapipeline.com

*This quote is attributed to American author and syndicated columnist Dave Barry.

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4 comments

  1. But isn’t having 25 Rogue beers really just having 5 beers, each with 5 different names? How many versions of each beer can they make and still give each one it’s own identity?

  2. But isn’t having 25 Rogue beers really just having 5 beers, each with 5 different names? How many versions of each beer can they make and still give each one it’s own identity?

  3. Easy – they each have different art on the bottle.

    Actually, Dave, can you give an example of a Rogue brew that you feel is duplicitous of one of its brethren? (Or if you believe in your own hyperbole, 3 or more that are similar?) I don’t follow your assertion. I could rattle off a list of a dozen or more of their different beers that are unique to me.

    I don’t think it’s unusual for a brewery to experiment within a style and maybe the details get a little lost on the palate. But I’ve never had that problem with Rogue.

  4. Easy – they each have different art on the bottle.

    Actually, Dave, can you give an example of a Rogue brew that you feel is duplicitous of one of its brethren? (Or if you believe in your own hyperbole, 3 or more that are similar?) I don’t follow your assertion. I could rattle off a list of a dozen or more of their different beers that are unique to me.

    I don’t think it’s unusual for a brewery to experiment within a style and maybe the details get a little lost on the palate. But I’ve never had that problem with Rogue.

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