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An ale brewed with a ridiculous amount of raspberry juice. Fort has a Belgian-style base, then we follow a similar fermentation process to the one we use on beers like 120 Minute IPA and World Wide Stout.

Fort is an excellent candidate for cellaring. Grab a few bottles, enjoy one now and lay the others down for a few years. Want to know when the Fort you find was bottled? Check the 'Bottled On' date on the neck of each bottle.

Fort is also an excellent food beer. Our favorite pairings include anything chocolate or a nice piece of duck.

The Fort label art was designed by our rock-and-roll friend Tara McPherson. Tara also did the label art for our Chateau Jiahu and our 2012 Seasonal Prints and Uber-Tap Handle. Can you tell we kinda love her work?!

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Beer Activity

4 weeks 5 days

Kuanyu Chen is drinking Fort at The MaywoodBFLN. I have seen many forts, not one quite like this

4 weeks 6 days

Jeff is drinking Fort

5 weeks 3 hours

Steve Zeh is drinking Fort

5 weeks 5 hours
5 weeks 6 hours

Antonio Torres is drinking Fort

5 weeks 2 days

Scott Holbrook is drinking Fort

6 weeks 4 days

Shannon S is drinking Fort

6 weeks 5 days

Lauren is drinking Fort

6 weeks 5 days

Chris Decarlo is drinking Fort

7 weeks 6 days
Dogfish Head and Quickie Pickie are teaming up for their weekly tap night glass night!! The event will start around 7pm and each customer will receive a DFH glass while supplies last.
We released BEER Thousand here a few months ago and it sold out in one hour! This time around, we have Aprihop. Cases and cases of it and a new label from our 2015 seasonal artist, Rich Kelly!