Originally Posted by JamesM
I hate to even ask this question... but do we know if Rogue uses a different strain of yeast for bottling? I've heard of some Belgian breweries doing that.
The belgian breweries sometimes centrifuge there beer after fermentation and reprime it with sugar and fresh yeast at bottling for part of the special refermentation in the bottle.
Rogue does not do this, some of their beers are simply unfiltered so the primary strain is still in the bottle.