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Hop-hunting 101

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It's hop-buying season here at Dogfish Head.

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It's hop-buying season here at Dogfish Head. As most of us are just settling in to 2014, brewmaster Tim Hawn already has his mind on the 2015 brew schedule and the ingredients he'll need to make it happen. The hops won't be harvested until fall, but if he waited until then to place the order, we'd be out of luck.

February fun at our Rehoboth Beach brewpub

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First things first ... the beer. We’ve got some elusive exclusives that just hit the taps. Stop down to give them a try and let us know what you think!

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First things first ... the beer. We’ve got some elusive exclusives that just hit the taps. Stop down to give them a try and let us know what you think!

Brace yourselves ... AHopEclipseNow! is coming

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For the second year in a row, we're dedicating the months of February and March to an explosive celebration of our hop-centric libations.

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For the second year in a row, we're dedicating the months of February and March to an explosive celebration of our hop-centric libations.

For the second year in a row, we're dedicating the months of February and March to an explosive celebration of our hop-centric libations. - See more at: http://www.dogfish.com/community/blogfish/members/justin-williams/brace-yourselves-ahopeclipsenow-is-coming.htm#sthash.ceoaPkSl.dpuf

Hootenanny Time!

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For the past few weeks we've been sharing the news that our Rehoboth Beach brewpub & brewery Tasting Room will be closing early this Saturday for our annual co-worker Post-Holiday Hootenanany.

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For the past few weeks we've been sharing the news that our Rehoboth Beach brewpub & brewery Tasting Room will be closing early this Saturday for our annual co-worker Post-Holiday Hootenanany. Say what?! What could possibly be so important that we completely close both the pub & brewery on the busiest day of the week?

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Mariah Calagione is the VP o' Marketing at Dogfish Head.
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Brew day with Funky Buddha

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We're brewing a small-batch beer on our brewpub 4-bbl system with our pals from Funky Buddha in Oakland Park, Florida.

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Today we are brewing a small batch beer on our brewpub 2-bbl system with our pals from Funky Buddha in Oakland Park, Florida. Like us they started super small as a nano brewery; they started out brewing 45-gallon batches and Dogfish started back in 1995 with 15-gallon batches.

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Sam Calagione is founder & President of Dogfish Head.
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Dogfish 2014 seasonal artist Jermaine Rogers finds freedom in the weird

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Jermaine Rogers never thought his art would take him very far, and for a while he was alright with that.

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Jermaine Rogers never thought his art would take him very far, and for a while he was alright with that.

He was happy enough collecting a check from the Houston planetarium and drawing little flyers for bands on the side. It was the early '90s, and music was changing. The Seattle sound was making its way to Texas, and Jermaine dug it. Club owners hired him to help promote up-and-comers like Soundgarden and The Melvins when they passed through town.

Sure, when he was younger, filling sketchbooks with Optimus Prime and coveting freshly sharpened pencils the way other kids coveted new toys, he dreamed of drawing for a living. But his teachers and other well-meaning adults had shut the door on that dream. The flyers and 'zine covers kept him in touch with his creativity. Besides, he'd get tickets to the shows, maybe 50 bucks, and the chance to be part of something.

"I had no illusions that it would become anything huge," he says. "It was just something that I wanted to do."

Then Jermaine saw a poster by the artist Frank Kozik, and it was the beginning of what you might call his come-to-Jesus moment.

Beers, like brothers, can be related

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In Rehoboth today with the Alstrom brothers brewing our Extreme Beer Fest 2014 beer.  Actually, this year

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In Rehoboth today with the Alstrom brothers brewing our Extreme Beer Fest 2014 beer.  Actually, this year we are brewing two beers that are related to each other...much like the brothers ;-).

You can help our Beer & Benevolence awardees!

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Towards the end of 2013, we asked “Could your nonprofit use $4,000?

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Towards the end of 2013, we asked “Could your nonprofit use $4,000?” We asked qualifying nonprofits to submit a short video for a chance to win a $3,000 grant and a shot at another $1,000 for our first-ever Beer & Benevolence awards.

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Mark Carter is the Donation Dude for Dogfish Head and oversees our Beer & Benevolence program.
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Dogfish beers heading back to Indiana!

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Good news for Dogfish Head fans in Indiana – our first wholesaler contract has been signed and beer will be heading west next week!

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Good news for Dogfish Head fans in Indiana – our first wholesaler contract has been signed and beer will be heading west next week! Dogfish beers could be back on shelves in northern Indiana by the week of December 30th.

What in the World?

Has something been missing in your world?  Maybe a little World Wide Stout?  Good news, it’s back!

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Has something been missing in your world?  Maybe a little World Wide Stout?  Good news, it’s back!

10-year old 120 Minute IPA

Holy crap. At our event last night in San Diego, Tom Nickel of O'Brien's Pub busted out a one decade old bottle of 120 Minute IPA.

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Holy crap. At our event last night in San Diego, Tom Nickel busted out a one decade old bottle of 120 Minute IPA.

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Sam Calagione is the founder and president of Dogfish Head.
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Province shareholders: Come one, come all for the grand finale

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We made it! It's been a fun and interesting year of a dozen antique ales, and to mark the final release, we're hosting a special party on Saturday, Dec. 14.

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We made it! It's been a fun and interesting year of a dozen antique ales, and to mark the final release, we're hosting a special party on Saturday, Dec. 14. We'll be tapping Wild Carrot Seed Ale and toasting to a brilliant year.

Shareholders will be able to pick up their prized Province Ale Company journals, as well as their parting gifts: a Province Ale Company T-shirt and vintage-style cap!

 
 
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