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  1. #11
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    Re: Dead guy whisky

    Quote Originally Posted by bankerjoe View Post
    I really like Tequila though, especially blancos. There is some sort of floral or fruity type note that is just too excessive, but I think that is only because there really isn't anything else to the whiskey. Does anyone know what is actually distilled? (As in, is it just the grain, or is it the whole recipe, hops and all?)
    Right from the Rogue website:

    6 Ingredients:

    Dead Guy Whiskey is made with the same 4 grains that are used to make Dead Guy Ale since 1991. Northwest Harrington, Maier Munich, Klages, and Carastan malts; Free Range Coastal Water & Distiller's yeast.


    so same grain bill as deadguy ale, with no hop additions.

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    Re: Dead guy whisky

    I reviewed it shortly after it first came out. Not a fan. Gave it a 69. Maybe it has improved since?
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    Re: Dead guy whisky

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnHansell View Post
    I reviewed it shortly after it first came out. Not a fan. Gave it a 69. Maybe it has improved since?
    I enjoyed it but found it very buttery sweet when I tried it at the Rouge Ale House in Portland OR. Very different, but I agree it's pricey.
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