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There’s no doubt about it: If you’re a writer who happens to love beer, it doesn’t get much better than the Beer Bloggers Conference. And if the conference goes down in the endlessly sunny and beer-soaked city of San Diego, well, no complaints here.


Back by popular demand … We’re kicking off another nationwide series of Ancient Ales beer dinners to celebrate our liquid time capsules and the foods that pair best with them.


When you’re a kid, it’s a pretty awesome feeling to secretly know that your friends envy the cool things you have: your Barbie Beach House or your new Big Wheel or that epic trip to Disney you took that one summer. As an adult, you get a certain sense of pride when your friends envy the thing that many people have, but most despise: your job.


1. a climax of beer-loving excitement, characterized by feelings of intense pleasure, experienced as a result of a Dogfish Head brewery tour. Dude, that brewery tour was sick. I think I just had a tourgasm.


On Wednesday night, we’ll be hunkering down around the TVs and projection screen at our Rehoboth Beach brewpub to watch the Dogfish Head episode of “Brew Dogs.”


60 Minute here, 60 Minute there … 60 Minute (nearly) everywhere!


The results of our Benevolence Nights are in, and we're happy to announce that Downtown Milford Inc. has walked away with an additional $1,000 to support its public art project, Art on the Riverwalk.


Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione and his son Sammy left Monday morning from Lewes, Del., on the first leg of a journey that will take them to Dogfish Head, Maine. Sam will be hosting beer dinners along the way, and they'll be checking in with a series of video travelogues. It's an epic adventure, a fundraiser for The Nature Conservancy, a celebration of the natural world, and a coming-of-age father/son journey. In short, it's a #moveablefeast.


The Dogfish Inn brings Dogfish Head’s signature off-centered approach to hotel culture and beer tourism. Overlooking Lewes Harbor in a prime location between the Dogfish Head brewpub and distillery in Rehoboth Beach and the production brewery in Milton, the Dogfish Inn celebrates the scenic beaches, charming towns and outdoor adventures coastal Delaware has to offer.