A Look at Rogue Ales' Iconic Labels

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A Look at Rogue Ales' Iconic Labels

In the modern era of craft brewing, Oregon’s Rogue Ale qualifies as an elder statesman. They opened their first brew pub in Ashland back in October 1988 and have only continued to excel in the decades that followed. Not everybody loves Rogue, but most will admit that their Dead Guy Ale remains one of the more reliable—and ubiquitous—craft beer options in places that typically only offer the usual macro-brew suspects. Their labels, initially screen-printed to save money, are just as much a tradition as their high-quality beer. Here’s a handful of some of their more successful labels.