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Behind the curtain: For busy brewing team, communication is key to great beer

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It’s 6 a.m. and dark outside. It might seem quiet here in tiny Milton, Del., but inside the main brewery control room, it’s a different story.

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Pete Olsen is a brewer at Dogfish Head.

It's a craft beer kinda weekend 'round here

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It’s a great weekend to be a craft beer fan in the mid-Atlantic.

We’re diving deeper into Indiana

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Last December, after a two-year hiatus, we started dipping our Dogfish toes back in Indiana.

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Last December, after a two-year hiatus, we started dipping our Dogfish toes back in Indiana. Now we’re doing a full-on cannonball and getting our off-centered ales to the rest of the state. 

Think you don't like fruit beers?

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Back in 2004, we released our spring seasonal Aprihop, the fruit beer for hopheads. Since then, we've brewed a bunch of other fruit beers for people who think they don't like fruit beers.

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Back in 2004, we released our spring seasonal Aprihop, the fruit beer for hopheads. Since then, we've brewed a bunch of other fruit beers for people who think they don't like fruit beers.

We're building a new distillery on our Milton campus

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Back in 2002, in a rural Delaware scrapyard, Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione picked up a little stainless steel feed bin that he had big plans for. 

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With a twin 500-gallon copper pot still and a 26-foot column still from Louisville’s Vendome Copper & Brass Works, spirits like Brown Honey Rum (made with Delaware honey), Dogfish Head Jin (the O.G. hop-infused spirit) and some off-centered new recipes will finally make it beyond Delaware’s borders. 

Dogfish brats: From glass to grill

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Have you tried our brats yet? 

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Our four beer-infused brats – Spicy Espresso, Greek Feta, Heirloom Italian and the classic Bratwurst – are now available at more than 50 retailers nationwide, including Whole Foods, Kings Food Markets, Balducci's, Food Bazaar, Harris Teeter, Murphys Markets and Weis.

 
 
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