no wonder there's so much blogging about our newly regrown treehome; it's pretty sweet! our coworkers have been super excited the last couple of week's watching its progress as it grew from pieces of metal
why are our brewery folk looking all doe eyed and what not? alison's beach beer and a big ole scoop of vanilla ice cream, that's why.yep, this monday is the return of our coworker beach beer ice cream float social.
just today our coworker george reminded me that his wildflowers had returned. and he's just the most recent. last year all our coworkers received a mix of wildflower seeds as a gift for earth day. those
On Monday, March 8, 2010, Team Dogfish really hammered home the true meaning of Benevolence with a "day off" in celebration of volunteerism. Each year, our Beer & Benevolence Program supports numerous worthwhile endeavors in our communities.
each year at dogfish we maintain a strong committment to enhance the benefits that we provide to our talented band of coworkers. this year we were pleased to announce the offering of company paid long
when out popped dear old santy claus! as if today couldn't get any better...it did! not only does the brewery have the mostest goodest coworkers ever, but their itty bitty ones must be pretty good, too,cause
today was yet another great day to be a member of the dogfish family! it marked the 2009 installment of our holiday pot luck luncheon. and boy can our coworkers deliver some yummy homemade treats. nick benz, our c.o.o.
we had a great time represent'n at sea witch today. while we obviously couldn't or wouldn't chuck bottles of beer into the crowd, much love to all the folks who asked for samples as the float made it's loop!
finishing touches on sea witch are coming together. big mama headed out this evening for candy, and jamison helped out by putting wood grain and knots on our cardboard treasure chest. big mama whipped
Countdown to Sea Witch! This marks the first year that Dogfish guys and ghouls will be joining the parade festivities at the Sea Witch Halloween and Fiddler's Festival in Downtown Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.