Come and get 'em!
The 2012 Off-Centered Film Fest with Dogfish Head and Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is celebrating its fifth anniversary, and you're invited!
From April 19-21, you'll find film, craft beer and western-themed fun in the great city of Austin, Texas.
It's not quite summer yet, but our Rehoboth Beach brewpub is already hopping.
For starters, every Monday and Friday we run one of our off-centered ales through a contraption called Randall the Enamel Animal.
Urkontinent is a social collaboration of worldwide proportions.
The seed was planted when we asked beer-loving tech types around the world to suggest ingredients for a new off-centered ale.
On your mark, get set -- hey, wait just a minute.
You can't register for the 2012 Dogfish Dash just yet, but it won't be long now. Registration for the slightly off-centered 5K/10K race starts at noon on Monday, April 2.
To celebrate Leap Day 2012 -- which also happens to be the 60th day of the year -- dozens of Dogfish co-workers rallied and hopped for 60 minutes straight. Young and old, male and female, fully-clothed and partially-clothed -- everybody hopped!
Dogfish sensory panel always on the hunt for off-flavors
It's 10:45 on a Friday morning. Time for Angela Boone's first beer.
The Dogfish accountant's day is just beginning, and there's a pile of monthly
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and Deltron 3030's Dan the Automator have teamed up to create Positive Contact, a hybrid of beer and cider based on Dan's favorite ingredients and Dogfish Head's innovative brewing practices.
Good news, craft beer fans. The 2012 Weekend of Compelling Ales & Whatnot is set for March 9-11 and open for registration.
Clay is the perfect material for capturing time in a bottle. As molecular biologists have discovered by unearthing ancient tombs, organic residue trapped in porous chards of pottery reveals quite a bit about what our ancestors drank on the special occasions of burial feasts.
It's been a rock 'n' roll relationship from the get-go.
In 2005, we began working on the world's strongest fruit beer. Fort clocked in at a bold 18% ABV, but thanks to a ton of raspberries, it had a sweet