It is no secret the leaders of Rogue Ales in Oregon are savvy businessmen. Rogue has built their brand with the same dedication with which they brew their beer; the quality of both has, since 1988, been rock solid.  In 2006, when Rogue took the plunge and began distilling whiskey, it was expected this product, too, would bear the hallmark of good craftsmanship.  But when the whiskey rolled out bearing an age statement of 90 days, public opinion was given a hard shake.

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