Beer-infused brats $5
Bratwurst: This is the classic: white pepper, coriander, mace (a cousin of nutmeg) and mustard. It wouldn’t be Dogfish without an off-centered twist, so we dose the Bratwurst with our Belgian dark ale Raison D’Etre.
Heirloom Italian: This brat is based on a recipe from our founder’s great-grandmother, using pork, fennel and red pepper from her classic Italian brat (with a dose of Midas Touch for good measure).
Spicy Espresso: Made with espresso powder, minced habanero and cumin. A dose of Chicory Stout is a smooth and chocolately foil to the mild heat.
Greek Feta: Made with Feta cheese, mint, spinach, cumin and lemon. Don’t forget a dose of our beer/wine/mead hybrid Midas Touch.
* The meat in our brats is raised with no antibiotics, hormones or preservatives.
Bowl of Hard-Tack Chowder $4
Based on a recipe from the iconic American novel “Moby Dick,” the chowder is “made of small juicy clams, scarcely bigger than hazelnuts, mixed with pounded ship biscuit, and salted pork cut up into little flakes; the whole enriched with butter, and plentifully seasoned with pepper and salt,” and finished with an infusion of 60 Minute IPA. Ishmael would be proud.
Side of Hop-Pickles $2
The all-natural, medium-spicy Hop-Pickle is made with 60 Minute IPA, caramelized onions and Cascade hops and is packaged by hand in Brooklyn Brine’s small artisanal kitchen. The Hop-Pickle is a culinary leap of taste combining the hoppiness of an IPA, the tang of a pickle and just a hint of habanero heat.