Rogue Ales Adds Gumberoo West Coast Style IPA to its Monsters of IPA Lineup

image of Gumberoo West Coast IPA courtesy of Rogue Ales & Spirits
image of Gumberoo West Coast Style IPA courtesy of Rogue Ales & Spirits

A new IPA is coming from Newport, Oregon as Rogue Ales & Spirits releases Gumberoo West Coast Style IPA to its Monsters of IPA lineup.

Gumberoo, Rogue’s newest year-round offering, has a subtle hop aroma with piney hop flavors up front that give way to a light tropical fruit body. The finish is a nice blend of malts, fruit and pine with a lingering bitterness.

“The story of the Gumberoo is a fascinating one that we can all learn from,” says Hagen Moore, VP of Marketing and Creative, in a press release. “As the story goes, three loggers were camped in the woods drinking beers and entertaining the idea of illegally harvesting old growth sequoias for extra cash when the ground suddenly shook with a heavy footstep. Bigger than a bear with wild eyes and jagged teeth, the Gumberoo rose from behind a stump with a mighty roar. As the loggers scrambled to escape, beer spilled onto the fire causing smoke to fill the air. Some say the forest only wanted to send them a warning that night as this stroke of smokey fortune helped hold off the Gumberoo while the loggers got away. So remember to respect our forests, put out your fires and always bring cold beer camping.”

Gumberoo Stats:

  • Style: West Coast Style IPA
  • ABV: 6.8%
  • IBU: 66
  • Packaging: 6-pack 12 oz can, draft
  • Availability: Year-round

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