Seems like a flurry of Occasional and hard-to-find Dogfish is hitting the shelves and taps in the next month or so. Since we sometimes stray from our 2009 Release Schedule (hey, we're off-centered) Here's a preview for you!
The fires are burning here at Dogfish Head today as we brew Sah'tea for the first time in full production.The beer is one we brewed at our brewpub a while back when writer Burkhard Bilger was writing a
The tanks have arrived, the tanks have arrived!Our new 600-bbl fermenting tanks began rolling into town on Tuesday, April 21st. The German-made tanks were shipped into the port of Baltimore and trucked to our Milton, Delaware brewery with police escort.
So, there's this little company called 'Google,' you may have heard of it... they have a website.... and it's a really, really cool place to work. So cool, in fact, that they bring in Authors to speak to their employees.
Dogfish Head is joining with craft brewers across this great land of our to celebrate American Craft Beer Week May 11-17, 2009. All week breweries, brewpubs, homebrewers and beer-lovers will celebrate the culture and contributions of craft beer to the American landscape.
New Beer Alert! If you've seen our 2009 Release Calendar, you know we plan to release a brand spankin' new beer (dubbed 'Brand X') this spring.Here is the latest on 'Brand X' ...First off the beer is our Sah'tea.
We've had quite a few questions about the availability of our 75 Minute IPA casks since our Simul-Cask event last month. Here is what we we can tell you...First off, in it's most basic form 75 Minute IPA is simply a blend of our 60 Minute IPA and our 90 Minute IPA.
Dogfish Head and supporters drained firkins in Rehoboth Beach DE, Philadelphia, New York and Massachusetts Thursday, 3/26/09. Firkins of 75 Minute IPA at more than 15 locations in were simultaneously tapped at 7:50pm during Dogfish Head's first ever Simul-Cask event.
Another year of the Off-Centered Film Fest meant another great night of watching short films, drinking Dogfish beer and making tough decisions. The competition was fierce and the arm-wrestling was fun,