This is it... the official Call For Entries for the 2009 Off-Centered Film Fest!
Once again, we've teamed up with the fantastic folks at the Alamo Drafthouse, Lake Creek in Austin, Texas to put together our annual film competition.
The episode of Discovery Channel's "How Stuff Works" show that premiered on 12/18/08 prominently featured Dogfish Head Brewery and our Theobroma beer.
As soon as the show
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Just in time for the turn in the weather... Dogfish starts kicking out our winter beers!
We've sold out, but just like some lingering leaves of fall... you may find some Punkin Ale still out there in stores...
It's the local's secret... Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats is even better in the off-season!
Our first monthly beer dinner of the season is behind us (local veggies - a huge hit... even for non veggie folks! One told me, "I wasn't even all that psyched for the vegetarian dinner, but it really blew me away - the food was fantastic and the beers amazing!").
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.
It was a crazy three days in Denver, but the 2008 Great American Beer Fest was a great one! We had fun and we came home with medals - 3 of them!
Here at Dogfish we're working to bring the world together in our own special way... with beer!
Pangaea is a beer brewed with an ingredient from each continent. Way back when (say about, 250 million years