The Secret Ingredient In Rogue's Honey Kolsch? Bees!

It's Nicolas Cage's worst nightmares come to fruition. That's right: bees. Hundreds and hundreds of bees. Rogue's Honey Kolsch is made from the honey produced by 119 bee colonies at Rogue Farms. The result is a 5.9% ABV beer that's as yellow as the bottle with a floral/lemon taste that's accented by notes of dandelion and (obviously) honey. Rogue always knows how to get to us — doughnut-flavored beer, Voodoo Chocolate, Peanut Butter & Banana Ale — oh, and they also make a killer whiskey. They're consistently murdering the beer scene and we're totally cool with the delicious killing spree.

Jeremy Glass is the Vice editor for Supercompressor and was stung by a hornet on the first day of fourth grade.