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Oct012015

Rogue Beertography Contest

Introducing our biggest beertography contest yet! We've partnered up with Rogue Ales & Spirits to bring you the Show Us Your Dead Guy Social Media Contest. For the entire month of October, we'll be looking for your unique experiences with Rogue's Dead Guy Ale. 

Dead Guy Ale was conceived in the early 1990s as part of the Mayan Day of the Dead celebration at an Oregonian pub. Not your typical Maibock, Dead Guy is brewed with Rogue’s proprietary Pacman yeast and it’s gone on to become the most iconic Rogue brew. So you’ve probably heard of it and its counterpart Dead Guy Whiskey. We think you’ve probably got a good story about it too. Maybe you climbed a mountain with it or got a tattoo in honor of it. Maybe you’ve had it as part of a Dia de los Muertos celebration or dressed up in a Halloween costume that was inspired by Dead Guy. Maybe you found it in some far-flung location, had it in an unusual place for the first time or heck, maybe you named your child after it. We’ve heard it all. And now we want photographic evidence.

We want to see your Dead Guy stories. Tweet, Instagram or post your #MyDeadGuy photos to Facebook using the hashtag between Oct. 1 & Oct. 31 and you could win your face on a Rogue Ales bottle.

 How to enter? Starting Oct. 1st …

– Tweet the photo that tells your Dead Guy story with hashtag #MyDeadGuy

– Instagram the photo of your Dead Guy story with hashtag #MyDeadGuy

– Post your Dead Guy story photo to Rogue Ales & Spirits Facebook page with #MyDeadGuy

– Or enter here: http://bit.ly/deadguystories

We’ll pick 1 grand prize winner and 2 runners up who will get some Rogue goodies. More details to come on October 1st so stay tuned.

 

 

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