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Good Chit Coming Your Way

Coming off a 100-acre barley harvest, Rogue Ales & Spirits announces the 2017 release of Good Chit Pilsner.

Grown in Rogue Farm’s volcanic-rich soil at Tygh Valley, Ore., the barley is harvested, combined and delivered to Rogue’s on-site malt house to be floor-malted. The golden grain is spread across a specialized floor, where it is hand-turned every 12 hours over the course of eight days. Once the barley creates “chits” or sprouts that start to grow as a result of the floor-malting process, it is transported to Rogue’s brewery in Newport, Ore., to become Good Chit Pilsner.

“The floor-malting process is an ancient brewing practice that best represents our farm-grown pilsner,” said Rogue General Manager Dharma Tamm. “It creates a unique experience in every bottle of Good Chit.”

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Good Chit Pilsner is available now on draft and in 22oz bottles nationwide. For more information about Rogue Farms and how to Grow the Revolution, visit Rogue.com.

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