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Rogue Ales' "Dog Days of Summer Oregon Dog & Beer Festival" at Rogue Ales in Newport


  • Rogue Ales & Spirits 2320 Southeast Marine Science Drive Newport, OR, 97365 United States (map)

Press Release

Newport, Ore. -- Rogue Ales & Spirits will host the world’s largest beer and dog festival, Dog Days of Summer, on August 11th and 12th at its brewery in Newport, Oregon. Dog Days of Summeris the incarnation of what was once known as Brewer’s Memorial Ale Fest, an event dedicated to Rogue Brewmaster John Maier's late dog, Brewer. This pooch party will feature many of the same well-loved elements including dog-inspired events and live music, but with a strictly Oregon Coast microbrewlineup. Professional dog photography, seminars on how to make your internet famous, Dog owner look-alike contests and doggy Olympics are just a few of the scheduled canine celebrated activities. Proceeds will benefit local animal charities including Oregon Coast Therapy Animals, Lincoln County Animal Shelter, Friends of the Lincoln County Animal Shelter, plus Portland Animal Welfare (PAW) Team, Imagine Peace for Pups, and Deaf Dogs of Oregon.

Dog Days of Summer event page

$5 Admission Fee (kids and dogs free)

Friday August 11, 5-10pm
Saturday August 12, 12-10pm

Rogue Ales Brewery
2320 OSU Dr. Newport, OR. 

Breweries: Rogue Ales, Buoy, Pelican, Rusty Truck, Wolf Tree, Yachats Brewing Co, Bier One, De Garde, Fort George…and more

Bands: Steve Sloan Band (Classic Rock), Robbie Laws (Blues), Ronnie Jay Duo (New Wave Swing), Louis and the Geezer (Blues Rock), Johnny Wheels and the Swamp Donkeys (Blues Rock), Rock & Roll Cowboys (Country Rock)

About Rogue Ales & Spirits
Rogue Ales & Spirits is an agri-fermenter founded in Oregon in 1988 as one of America's first microbreweries. Rogue has won more than 1,800 awards for taste, quality, and packaging and is available in all 50 states as well as 54 countries. Since 2008, Rogue has remained committed to saving the terroir of Oregon hops, barley, rye, wheat, honey, jalapenos, and pumpkins one acre at a time by growing its own.