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Dig in to Dogfish Head's stash of hard-to-find vintage beers

This one's for the locals and the lucky travelers.

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This one's for the locals and the lucky travelers.From 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. every Thursday at Dogfish Head Craft Brewery in Milton, founder Sam Calagione will dig into his stash and offer a few of our rarest ageable ales. Along with the ...

Growler 101: Keep it cold, drink it soon

It ain't easy being a growler.

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It ain't easy being a growler.Handled with care, a growler will reward you with fresh, cold, ready-to-drink craft beer. But mistreat a growler and you might as well pour your money down the drain."Beer in a growler is like milk from ...

Sam talks market challenges, craft vs. crafty on CBS This Morning

"Authenticity and transparency is an issue," Dogfish Head Founder and President Sam Calagione said this morning on CBS. "Consumers want to know who makes their beer."

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"Authenticity and transparency is an issue," Dogfish Head Founder and President Sam Calagione said this morning on CBS. "Consumers want to know who makes their beer."

This month from Province Ale Company: a 'tropical, exotic flavour'

Reading Beer, the latest installment in the year-long Province Ale Company project, will be tapped this Saturday at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats in Rehoboth Beach.

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Reading Beer, the latest installment in the year-long Province Ale Company project, will be tapped this Saturday at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats in Rehoboth Beach.Reading is a hoppy pale ale brewed with coriander and grains of paradise, ...

Dogfish Head unveils beer-centric foods to pair with food-centric beers

Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, well-known for mining the culinary landscape for beer ingredients, is unveiling a line of foods inspired by our off-centered ales.

 

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Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, well-known for mining the culinary landscape for beer ingredients, is unveiling a line of foods inspired by our off-centered ales. We've carefully selected like-minded food partners to join this ...

Welcome summer on a sour note with Festina Peche

Sour but not too sour, fruit-forward but not too fruity, our summer seasonal Festina Peche is just right.

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Sour but not too sour, fruit-forward but not too fruity, our summer seasonal Festina Peche is just right.At one time, there were more than 70 breweries in Berlin brewing Berliner weissbiers, but sadly, there are only a few ...

Add 'signed print' to the list of things that make Analog awesome

Our annual Analog-A-Go-Go festival – chock full of craft beer, vinyl an

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Our annual Analog-A-Go-Go festival – chock full of craft beer, vinyl and arts – comes with a big bonus this year: ...

This month from Province Ale Company: A most peculiar briny brew

We're nearly halfway through the year-long Province Ale Company project at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats, and we're celebrating with a most peculiar brew.

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We're nearly halfway through the year-long Province Ale Company project at Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats, and we're celebrating with a most peculiar brew.Dorchester Ale, clocking in at 7.2% ABV and 60 IBUs, was "by many esteemed the best ...

Final ingredient for Grateful Dead brew inspired by long, strange trip through childhood

Late last year, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and Grateful Dead, two pioneers who built their followings by connecting directly with beer lovers and

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Late last year, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and Grateful Dead, two pioneers who built their followings by connecting directly with beer lovers and music lovers, asked their supporters to help them ...

Dogfish and friends behind beer-themed restaurant at Eataly Chicago

"Non c'e' due senza tre" (All good things come in threes), say the Italians – and aren’t they right!

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"Non c'e' due senza tre" (All good things come in threes), say the Italians – and aren’t they right!Soon-to-be-open Eataly Chicago is ...

 
 
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