Rogue has great beers.
All of them.
Food is good.
And their rooms upstairs are a nice get away......
Hooker (16) Coquitlam, British Columbia | June 20, 2005
Late lunch on road trip to CA. A little small and cramped. I think the had every beer that Rogue makes which made it difficult to choose. Started with an old fav then was given a sample of Charlie 1981 without asking. The food was great very filling. Very reasonably priced, under $20 for 2 beer and a $14 dollar meal. Would like to try the bed and beer sometime. Well worth the stop for the selection and food.
Nice location. Stayed upstairs and had a blast. Rooms are comfortable and loaded with most of the stuff you’ll need while there. The pub downstairs in tons of fun. Nice selection of guest taps to go along with the usual Rouge lineup. The staff are great. We hung out, talked beer with Charlie, played some fooseball and then went upstairs for some more beer tasting. Hell, they even let the dogs stay, too!!
A really nice rogue pub, friendly atmosphere and a damn good selection of brews, probably about 24 rogue brews and 8 guest taps, including some la choufe. Charlie the bartender was really nice, answered all sorts of questions I had about rogue and gave me a free pint of the old fifteenth anniversary that they were taking off tap.
3fourths (1569) Boulder, Colorado | August 16, 2004| Updated January 21, 2013
Visited this place both nights we were camping near Newport. Had our Rogue Nation cards so we got drink discounts all night. Pretty busy place, a small bar which was really crowded late at night, and a large dining area consisting of two rooms. The bartender was a great guy, and welcomed us back a second night and was even up for talking beer and brewing. Drank myself silly on Old Crusty and Imperial Stout, and like every other time when visiting a Rogue establishment, I met a bunch of great people, many who were back the next night with us. Awesome place.
Reid (65) Salem, Oregon | May 18, 2004| Updated June 15, 2012
Ok wife took me put to the coast for a night out. Stayed in the Hallmark Hotel but soon found my way down to the Bayside.
Newport’s old harbour is a very scenic but still working fishing port and at the south end of the harbour lies Rogues Pub .
Its in a smalrt ol d building and all very bright and clean..but despite it being bright the atmosphere is very nice indeed ,very welcoming and comfortable.
The quality of the beers on offer were as always fantastic, the quality of the staff likewise.
Great service from the barman ( we sat at the bar)..very proffesional yet extra friendly.
The selection was out of this world i counted 36 taps when i gave up..its around that number, but I was a bit tipsy so after 5 attempts I settled for 36. Most of the Rogue special editions as well as the old favourites plus many other great beers from other breweries. I saw McChouffe, Sasquatch Barleywine, Alaskan Smoked ..Lindemans framboise..and many more i cant recall today.
Great pub style food at a reasonable prices.
This is a wonderful example of a pub, great staff, great beer and some wonderful old local gentlemen who I had a couple of hours of great conversation.