Here's a photo of The Gate - the killer beer bar in Brooklyn that has been turning locals on to craft beer for a decade and a half run by our pal Bobby.
Dogfish hosted a homebrew demonstration (with Paul from Blind Bat Brewery - who makes and sells beer off a Sabco homebrewing system just like we did when we started) followed by a beer and cheese pairing event at the gate on Sunday with our friend Burk Bilger as part of The New Yorker Festival. It's the first time in the history of the fest that a beer presentation was included in the program so we were proud to be there and we served great beers from Captain Lawrence, Allagash, Dogfish, and Sierra Nevada.
Speaking of our friends in Chico - The Life & Limb and Limb & Life beers we brewed together should be hitting the market in the coming weeks. Ken and I will be hosting beer dinners featuring these beers at Ana Mandara on Nov 8th in San Fran, CA and at Bobby Flay's Bar Americain on nov 15th in NYC. The menus look amazing and we will be featuring cask-conditioned version of the beers at these events.
Black Thai, the imperial stout Bryan and I brewed with Thai Basil and Blackberries should be on at our Rehoboth Pub in a couple weeks and our Wet Hop American Summer - (brewed with all wet hops) will be on tap there this weekend.
We are in our new spacious offices here at the Milton brewery and encourage any and all hardcore beer enthusiasts to come for a tour of our expanded Milton Production facility.
We just began selling beer in South Carolina last week and our distributor partners - Lee Distrubuting have done an awesome beer of getting the beer out - they sold a whole truckload in three days. So we hope our SC friends can get out there and find our beers.
Oh yeah, Chicory Stout, our winter seasonal is being bottled next week and should hit the market soon.
Wow - we've been busy.
Keep on truckin! sam