Summer is the time to shrug off the straight and narrow and see a new side of things. That’s why we teamed up with Atlas Obscura to curate a whole season’s worth of off-centered adventures across the country.
Heading to coastal Delaware? Check out these off-centered stops while visiting the home of Dogfish Head!
- Dogfish Head Craft Brewery - Milton
Check out our Steampunk Treehouse, formerly an art installation for festival-goers at Burning Man. PLUS free tours & tastings at our production brewery and distillery, bocce courts, Merch shop, Bunyan’s Lunchbox.
- Costumes of John Milton - Milton
Take your picture with the statue of the English poet for whom this Delaware town—locals ritually dress him up in different costumes!
- Dogfish Inn - Lewes
Our boutique basecamp to explore coastal Delaware! Check in and check out the curated City Lights Library and sign up for the Ale Trail INNclusive to tour all of the off-centered Dogfish Head stops.
- Cannonball House - Lewes
Check out the historic home still bearing the scars from a little run-in with the British in 1813.
- The Roosevelt Inlet Shipwreck - Lewes
Grab a kayak and check out the mystery wooden shipwreck, likely dating back 200 years, that was discovered on a Lewes beach during a dredging project.
- The Hidden Bunkers of Cape Henlopen State Park - Lewes
Once a WWII era base, this park still shows evidence of its past...if you know where to look. Entrances to bunkers hidden under the sandy dunes can still be seen from the many trails that cross the park.
- Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats - Rehoboth
Since 1995, serving up original beer, original food, and original music. Tour the new pub’s off-centered artwork celebrating the rebellious DNA of hip-hop, punk rock, and craft brewing.
- Chesapeake & Maine - Rehoboth
Seafood sourced from the Chesapeake & Maine scratch-made cocktails and our one-of-a-kind ‘Smoke in the Water’ oyster, infused with culinary wood-smoked salt.
- Doors of Fame at Rehoboth Art League - Rehoboth
Located in the artistic hub of Rehoboth Beach, these old doors are covered in the signatures of artists dating back to the 1930s.
Our cans are the perfect partner for exploring all the off-centered stops on the Ale Trail. Pick up a limited edition soft-side cooler that converts into a backpack, or nab some of our awesome koozies!