QUEST’S END: ROGUE: Matthew Lillard Reveals New D&D-Inspired Whiskey

Matthew Lillard and the team at Find Familiar Spirits have announced the release of Quest's End: Rogue, a premium whiskey for tabletop gamers. More information inside.
Quest's End Rogue bottle

Matthew Lillard (Screen, Scooby-Doo, Five Nights at Freddy’s) returns to the world of tabletop gaming with the upcoming release of Quest’s End: Rogue, the second release in its series of limited-edition, super-premium whiskeys inspired by fantasy worlds like Dungeons & Dragons.

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The actor is no newcomer to the tabletop industry, having co-founded Beadle & Grimm, one of the world’s preeminent creators of premium boxed editions for tabletop games. And, as part of the brains behind Find Familiar Spirits, he has previously struck gold with the release of Quest’s End: Paladin. Now, Lillard looks to recapture the magic with a stealthier take on tabletop-inspired liquor.   

Quest’s End: Rogue Brings Fantasy to Your Liquor Cabinet

Founded by Matthew Lillard and screenwriter Justin Ware and advised by Blue Run Spirits co-founder Tim Sparapani, Find Familiar Spirits is celebrating the upcoming release of Quest’s End: Rogue, its second limited-edition, super-premium whiskey made by and for fantasy and gaming fans. 

quest's end: rogue bottle

Quest’s End: Rogue offers rich notes of vanilla alongside bright baked apple/jammy fruit and cooling herbaceous notes to create a balanced aroma and finish, in keeping with the smoothness and blending ability of a Rogue. The whiskey was selected, blended, and proofed by Find Familiar’s Master Blender Alé Ochoa from small batch Kentucky and Indiana bourbons aged for over four years.

Quest's End Rogue

Described as a “first-of-its-kind whiskey experience,” Find Familiar Spirits combines Hollywood’s storytelling insight and influence with award-winning whiskey expertise. Every bottle of Quest’s End comes with the latest chapter of Dawn of the Unbound Gods, an evolving fantasy saga created by Dungeons & Dragons game designer Kate Welch, and artwork and bottle designed by Tyler Jacobson (Dungeons & Dragons, Magic the Gathering).

It’s fitting that Rogue is our second whiskey, since we’re a bit of a rogue in the spirits business. We don’t have a big corporate backer, or a huge distribution network. We launched with an appeal directly to fantasy and gaming fans, and we were lucky enough to win them over because we’re genuinely part of this community. We’re offering a product that’s authentic to our love for fantasy and gaming.

Matthew Lillard, Quest End’s Whiskey
quest's end: rogue

The company’s previous endeavor, Quest’s End: Paladin, sold out two releases last fall. Quest’s End: Rogue presale for newsletter subscribers begins today, February 27, and sale for the general public begins on Thursday, February 29. Only available online at Quest’s End official website.

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What do you think about Quest’s End: Rogue? Will you be getting a bottle? What other tabletop classes do you want to Find Familiar Spirits to tackle next? Let us know your thoughts on social media, and keep following The Illuminerdi for more content like this. We’re always watching.

SOURCE: Find Familiar Spirits & Quest’s End Whiskey

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