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RATINGS: 825   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.58/5   SEASONAL: Special   IBU: 80   EST. CALORIES: 186   ABV: 6.2%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
Originally a tweak of Eugene City Tracktown 100 Meter Ale, reformulated for release as Captain Sig’s Deadliest Ale

Style: India Red Ale. Dedicated to the Hansen brothers - Sig, Edgar, and Norman - the Rogues of the Bering Sea. Portions of proceeds of Deadliest Ale will support the Fishermans Fund. Deep red in color, this ale starts off with a floral, slightly citrus hop nose, hop flavor soon fades into the malty backbone of this red ale. 9 Ingredients: Malts: 2 Row Pale, Munich, Carastan and Chocolate. Hops: Amarillo and Cascade. Yeast & Water: Rogue Pacman Yeast & Free Range Coastal Water. Specs: 14.5 PLATO 80 IBU 75 AA 20 Lovibond

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Hirotoma (471) - Bologna, ITALY - DEC 14, 2012
I.P.A. divina quasi un pò duble ipa! Gran colpo di culo trovarla! Fantastica!

5
phikus01 (112) - New York, USA - MAR 5, 2013
Rogue makes the best red ales. Excellent sweet toffee roasty grain malt with spruce hop bitterness keeping it all in check

5
Hoppy_Luke (1911) - Poznań, POLAND - FEB 4, 2015
Piwo dedykowane Sigowi Hansenowi, kapitanowi łodzi rybackiej Northwestern. Łódź pojawia się w serii programów emitowanych przez Discovery Channel - Deadliest Catch. To w skrócie wyjaśnia nazwę piwa. Samo piwo jest rewelacyjne. Kolor miedzi, z piękną pianą, pozostawiającą ładne ślady na szkle. Od początku uderza silny aromat chmielowy - grejpfrut, nuty żywiczne mocno wyczuwalne. Poezję smaku, jaką dało się wyczuć, ciężko opisać. Goryczka silna, zdecydowana, ale bardzo dobrze zbalansowana słodem. Do tego coś, co przypominało mi główną nutę uwielbionego niegdyś przeze mnie Old Crafty Hen, ale w bardziej intensywnym i pełnym wydaniu. Zaryzykuję, że to najlepsze IPA, jakie piłem...

4.9
drougkolya (276) - Otterburn Park, Quebec, CANADA - JUL 28, 2010
Très bonne bière rousse...forte en alcool et bien houblonné. Dégusté lors des mes vacances à cape May!

4.7
SPDickerman (1239) - Texas, USA - MAR 7, 2011
Pours cloudy dark brown, auburn, with a two-finger off-white head. Smells floral with some citrus notes and then a malty character. Tastes hoppy and bitter with some malty undertones and faint alcohol notes. Medium-bodied with a creamy texture and decent mouth-carbonation, Rogue Captain Sig’s Deadliest Ale finishes nicely bitter.

4.7
Hop_Hedonist (607) - Perth, AUSTRALIA - JAN 3, 2014
Lovely hoppy red ale - well balanced - low bitterness - very satisfying - smooth as - full bodied but easy to smash - Rogue is all good.

4.6
JahNoth (1039) - Rochester, New York, USA - APR 30, 2009
Nice and big citrus nose. Nice cloudy red color with a real nice, frothy head. Rich and caramelly, lots of doughiness from the pacman, some sugar and a touch of chocolate roast mixes terrifically with the citric nature of the cascades and amarillos. Mild spice in the swallow. This is a top-flight red and probably my favorite rogue. More please!

4.6
iamqueensblvd (247) - , Iowa, USA - OCT 3, 2009
reddish brown pour with a lot of off white head. floral and hoppy notes on the nose.hoppy flavor with a brief hint of citrus. bitterness lingers a little bit on the palate but it is very pleasant. finishes with a little bit of a caramel sweetness.

4.6
JohnnieCanuck (1) - Lethbridge, Alberta, CANADA - OCT 22, 2009 does not count
Pours a cloudy dark amber to red colour, somewhat opaque. Citrus and pine in the nose, no malt apparent, maybe sampling a bit cold..Whaps you with big hops and a piney finish, this is a hop-head beer. Medium bodied, huge hops. Tastes like a mouthful of chinooks.. Big hop beer low in malt taste. Recommended to cleanse the palate after a Bud. Never had a Rogue I didn’t like!

4.6
yesyouam (1016) - Fairport, New York, USA - MAR 4, 2010
Rogue Captain Sig’s Northwestern Ale is a solid, hazy, red ale with a dense, creamy, yellowish head that leaves tenacious lacing on the glass. It has a strong, hoppy aroma of wood resin and pine needles. There’s something fruity like pineapple in there. It’s nice and full bodied and incredibly smooth with a clean, dry finish. It’s a well blended and well balanced flavor. It almost seems a touch sweet at first, with the carmelly malt tones and the candy-like hop oils. The bitterness becomes more agressive and green. It becomes green and medicinal-- almost minty-- at the finish. Wow, these guys really know how to make red ales.


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