|Name||Pronounced||AKA||Region||Country of Origin|
|Status||Active||Whisky Type||Website||Tours Available|
|Active||1988 - Present||Malt, Rye||Rogue||Tour Link|
|Manager||Distiller||Blender||Owned by||Parent Group|
|John C. Maier||Independent|
Can I tour Rogue?
Yes Rogue distillery is tourable. On Trip Advisor the distillery has been rated as excellent by 65 of 179 tours to date. This gives Rogue an overall rating of 4.0
Awesome Brewery by Suzanne K
My running buddies and I are signed up for the Rogue and back running challenges. After our run, we returned to Rogue Pearl for some hydration and eats. Their parklet is nicely built offering steady protection against cars and their umbrellas are the adjustable kind so they can be adjusted to accommodate shade based on where the sun is. Be sure to let the Rogue staff do the adjusting of the umbrellas!! Our server Colleen was quick to make the necessary adjustments. We had marionberry cider and Yellow Snow Pilsner and tater tot’s to start. The tots are perfect!!! The cider and Pilsner were soooooo refreshing! I had the cheese curd burger. It was delicious and it is LOT of food!! The fried cheese curds on the burger add a delicious crunch. The fries are a tasty side. The food and drinks were the perfect way to reward ourselves after our hot run. The best part of our experience was our server Colleen!! She is quick witted and incredibly efficient. We are looking forward to going back next week after our run to Pittock mansion!
Ok Place by Soccermike1015
We stopped into Rogue to try some of their beers and the beers were good. The is more of a tourist spot than a place to get beer. This area has so many options that I would probably not go back here again. Very nice merchandise area !
It's Beer-30 Somewhere. Why Not Stop Here for a Visit? by Breakanother
A group of us met in Portland for a gathering. The first stop was to get something to drink and something to munch on. While wandering, we stopped into the Rogue. We appreciated the large selection of beverages in the brew pub. Everyone found at least one taste to their liking. They had several patrons by the time we got there and nearly doubled by the time we left. I wouldn't say this was a place to bring the kids, although there were some in attendance with parents. The staff was helpful with explaining the beer flavors and what to expect as well as what to recommend. Definitely a place to see while in Portland