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
Attention, off-centered filmmakers: Here's your shot at glory.
We're once again teaming up with Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Austin, Texas, to bring you the Off-Centered Film Fest, and we need your 5-minute films.
The No. 1 thing Dogfish lovers ask for at our pub, in our brewery and on our website? Gluten-free beer, by far. But not just any gluten-free beer -- they want gluten-free with gusto.
It's going to be a fun year for Dogfish Head fans. We're adding Burton Baton to our core of year-round beers, rolling out at least three new off-centered ales and aiming to brew more beer than ever.
December is a big month for big beers here at Dogfish Head. Four favorites with 10% ABV or more are headed out our doors.
This four-pronged release is so big, it's best expressed in schoolyard taunts.
Ta Henket, the latest addition to Dogfish Head's line of Ancient Ales, rolls out this month.
Inspired by a trip to the Great Pyramids, Dogfish Head Founder & President Sam Calagione created Ta Henket with ingredients and traditions outlined in Egyptian hieroglyphics.
To make tours of our Milton brewery more personal, we're cutting back on group sizes and bumping up the number of time slots throughout the day.