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Two ways to break into the brewing industry

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People are always asking us, "How can I get a job brewing beer?"

You can get into brewing many different ways, some dependent upon the size of the brewery.

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Want to break into the brewing industry. Our Brewmaster Tim Hawn outlines a couple of ways.

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Tim Hawn is Dogfish Head's Brewmaster.
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Dig into the Dogfish library for a couple of winter reads

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Did you know the Dogfish Inn has a library curated by the people behind the landmark City Lights Books in

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Andrew Greeley is the Innkeeper at the Dogfish Inn. (Sick beard, Andrew.)
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Belgian pale ale inspired by one of the world’s greatest acts of humanity

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Brewpub exclusive ‘Christmas Truce’ blends English, German, Belgian ingredients 

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Advances in weaponry and the tactical stalemate of trench warfare made World War I one of the most deadly conflicts in history. It also set the stage for one of the greatest acts of humanity.

Meet Rich Kelly, our 2015 seasonal artist

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Phish, Primus, Dave Matthews Band, The Black Keys, “Django Unchained,” “Breaking Bad” ... illustrator Rich Kelly has created posters for them all.

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Phish, Primus, Dave Matthews Band, The Black Keys, “Django Unchained,” “Breaking Bad” ... illustrator Rich Kelly has created posters for them all. And in 2015, he’s working with four more big names: Aprihop, Festina Peche, Punkin Ale and Piercing Pils! Get to know Rich in our interview.

Fort making return in 2015!

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Fort, one of our most requested beers, will return to taps and shelves in 2015!

My name is Jon and I am a beer geek (who knows nothing about beer)

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"The only true wisdom consists in knowing that you know nothing." – Socrates Johnson

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I was, and continue to be, a craft beer geek. I travel through time and space to experience the greatest that fermented beverages have to offer. I am good. I know them. I can critique them. And I love them. They offer an insight into the minds of geniuses. But I know nothing.

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Jon March, a member of the tour team, runs Bunyan's Lunchbox at our brewery in Milton, Del.
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Brewpub exclusive 'Beer for Breakfast' brewed with 25 pounds of scrapple

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Back in 1994, when Sam Calagione was working on a business plan for a nontraditional brewery, one of the homebrew recipes he tested was a breakfast-themed stout.

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Back in 1994, when Sam Calagione was working on a business plan for a nontraditional brewery, one of the homebrew recipes he tested was a breakfast-themed stout. A few months later, Chicory Stout – brewed with organic Mexican coffee, licorice root and chicory – helped launch Dogfish on our off-centered path. Now, 20 years later, the itch for a breakfast beer is there again, and we’re going big.

Dogfish Head’s Analog-A-Go-Go heading to New York

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We’re taking Analog-A-Go-Go – our world-famous vinyl swap/rare beer fest – to New York City!

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We’re taking Analog-A-Go-Go – our world-famous vinyl swap/rare beer fest – to New York City! That’s right, on Sunday, Dec. 14, all that vinyl that Analog is known for, all those rare beers, all that live music, and all those artists and artisans are taking over La Birreria, the rooftop brewpub of Eataly NYC, near Madison Square Park. 

Beer:30 ... It’s not about the free beer (well, maybe a little)

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Every Friday at 4:30, a noticeable change occurs in the bar at our Milton brewery.

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Kristie Lankford is a member of Dogfish Head's tour team.
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We're giving $20,000 to local environmental nonprofits

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There are two things that really get our engines roaring ‘round here. The obvious one is beer. But the other one – nature – is just as near and dear to our hearts.

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If you’re a Sussex County nonprofit that works to protect the environment, we’re throwing down a challenge for you: Tell us your mission and how you do what you do, and we just might give you $15,000 to work with.

 
 
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