We're happy (and pretty proud) to let you know that Dogfish Head is prominently featured in the 11/24/08 Food Issue of The New Yorker in a fantastic (okay, maybe we're a bit biased) article about craft beer.
We're happy (and pretty proud) to let you know that Dogfish Head is prominently featured in the 11/24/08 Food Issue of The New Yorker in a fantastic (okay, maybe we're a bit biased) article about craft beer. The article, "A Better Brew, The Rise Of Extreme Beer" was written by Burkhard Bilger. Bilger spent quite a bit of time with us (both here at the brewery and on the road) for the piece and we had a lot of fun working with him. In the article, Bilger chronicles our test batch of Sah-tea, goes with us on our 2008 trip to the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, Colorado, and examines the role of 'extreme beers' in the craft beer world.
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