Rogue's New Soda Is Made From All-Natural Honey

It's pretty hard not to love Oregon's Rogue Ales & Spirits. After all, they're the company that unleashed doughnut-flavored beer and a Kolsch made from friggin' bees into the world. So when we got the skinny on their newest release, Rogue Soda, we were pumped to get our grimy, soda-stealin' hands all over this premium pop.

While non-alcoholic in nature, (like, uh, most sodas are) these drinks bare the signature Rogue treatment with the addition of all-natural honey and some Oregon-style TLC.

Honestly, we've been waiting for this to happen for a while now. Three new flavors are being released, starting with Citrus Cucumber Soda, and then followed with Rogue Root Beer and Honey Orange Soda.

The 22-ounce bottles of pure joy are brewed with honey harvested from farmstead honeybees raised at Rogue Farms in the heart of Independence, Oregon. That's how you go rogue without having to sit on a pillow the next day. Am I right? Guys? Ladies? Too soon?

Jeremy Glass is the Vice editor for Supercompressor and his favorite soda still remains Cheerwine from glorious North Carolina.