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12.06.2013

Holy crap. At our event last night in San Diego, Tom Nickel busted out a one decade old bottle of 120 Minute IPA.

12.06.2013

We made it! It's been a fun and interesting year of a dozen antique ales, and to mark the final release, we're hosting a special party on Saturday, Dec. 14. We'll be tapping Wild Carrot Seed Ale and toasting to a brilliant year.

Shareholders will be able to pick up their prized Province Ale Company journals, as well as their parting gifts: a Province Ale Company T-shirt and vintage-style cap!

12.05.2013

I'm in San Diego, a hop-loving city if there ever was one, for the Brewbound conference.  Last night Dogfish co-hosted the welcome session at the Museum of Man with our pals at Hopunion.

12.04.2013

We’re happy to share that beer is on the way to our first few wholesalers in the state of Wisconsin! Yesterday, Sam waved goodbye to the first truck to head to the state in more than two years.

11.26.2013

Exciting news! Piercing Pils, our new winter seasonal, is available in bottles and on draft today at our Milton brewery. It'll also be rolling out on taps and shelves throughout our 26-state distribution network over the next couple of weeks.

To find where retailers have delivered it within the past 60 days, punch your ZIP code into our Fish Finder app.

11.22.2013

Namaste, a Belgian-style white beer bursting with good karma, is making the leap from occasional release in a champagne-size bottles to year-round offering in 12-oz. 6-packs. The new packaging, coming at you in 2014, will be available in all of the states where Dogfish Head is sold.

"From the day we opened in 1995, the average beer we've brewed has been 9% ABV," says Dogfish Head Founder and President Sam Calagione. "We love going big, but we also hear the calls for a more sessionable off-centered ale. We hope you'll agree that Namaste is a great year-round quencher and food beer."

 
 
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