The Gorilla In The Room
By Canadian Packaging staffDesign & Innovation Bottling beer dougnut beer Rogue Ales Voodoo Brewery Voodoo Doughnut Voodoo Doughnut Grape Guerrilla Ale
Whether you are a fan of The Great Grape Ape cartoon show back in the 1970s, the villainous comic book legend Monsieur Mallah, or maybe you just like your beer to taste like doughnuts—something that would make Homer Simpson slobber—either way, Rogue Ales has another thoughtful beer for you to chew on.
NEWPORT, OR—Rogue Ales announces the release of Voodoo Doughnut Grape Guerrilla Ale, the sixth in its line of doughnut-inspired beers.
And yes, before you ask—this is a real thing.
Voodoo Doughnut Grape Guerrilla Ale is based on Voodoo’s Grape Ape, a raised-yeast doughnut with vanilla frosting, grape dust and lavender sprinkles. In this collision of crazies, Rogue Ales and Voodoo Doughnut continue to rally in their fight against boring beer.
“Rogue approached us six years ago and wanted to make a beer that tasted like our doughnuts. After a lot of trial and error, we created Bacon Maple Ale and it’s been great ever since,” says Voodoo Doughnut co-founder Kenneth “Cat Daddy” Pogson.
“The beer is fantastic. It’s got a great grape essence and doesn’t taste like cough syrup. It’s grape in a great way,” says Rogue president Brett Joyce.
Voodoo Doughnut Grape Guerrilla Ale is available in serigraphed pretty in pink-painted 750-milliliter bottles worldwide beginning in November of 2016.
For more information about the Revolution visit www.rogue.com.
About Rogue Ales & Spirits
Rogue Ales & Spirits is an agri-fermenter founded in Oregon in 1988 as one of America’s first microbreweries. Rogue has won more than 1,800 awards for taste, quality and packaging and is available in all 50 states as well as 54 countries. Since 2008, Rogue has remained committed to saving the terroir of Oregon hops, barley, rye, wheat, honey, jalapeños, and pumpkins one acre at a time by growing its own.
About Voodoo Doughnut
Voodoo Doughnut is the brainchild of old friends and entertainment-minded Portlanders Kenneth “Cat Daddy” Pogson and Richard “Tres” Shannon. In 2000, Cat Daddy and Tres decided to embark on a shared entrepreneurial venture — something that combined quality hospitality with their daring do-it-yourself brand of show business. Voodoo Doughnut now boasts of six locations: found in Oregon, one in Denver, CO, and a brand-new international outlet in Taipei City, Taiwan.
Print this page