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.
Frustrated by the global economic doldrums and the political gridlock in Washington, Dogfish Head President & Founder Sam Calagione rallied the Delaware community to show what can happen when creative people pool their talents.