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It's officially harvest season and time for Harvest Festival at Dogfish Head Craft Brewery!

Thursday, September 29, 2022

With summer coming to a close, it's time to start trading our swimsuits for sweatshirts, flip-flops for boots, and sweltering nights for crisp mornings. It’s time for harvest season! As the season of gathering, we’re welcoming our off-centered neighbors and friends to the Milton Tasting Room & Kitchen for our second- annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, Oct. 8, and attendance is free!

From 11 a.m. – 5p.m., join us on our Grassy Knoll to enjoy live music, food trucks, art and more!

Start off by grabbing some food and drinks, and help us welcome this year’s musical guests, Homestead Blue Grass Band and Hot Sauce, to the stage. Check out The Developing Artist Collaboration with their DIY acrylic paint Pour Overs. Then, take a stroll and stop at each booth, run by businesses and artisans from our local Delaware community:

Later, head over to the Tasting Room & Kitchen where you can enjoy food and cocktail specials while jammin’ out with DJ 45. Here, you can also hop on an Off-Centered Tour or a special tour of our Steampunk Treehouse.

But that’s not all! In collaboration with our friends at Dewey Beer Co. and Fifer Orchards, we’re releasing a brand -new fall beer in honor of Harvest Festival. Brewed with apple juice fresh from Fifer Orchards, maple syrup and brown sugar, Deep Delish (9.7% ABV) radiates notes of maple and apple crisp for a fresh-from-the-oven flavor. Available only while supplies last, 6pk/12oz cans are priced at $14.

"I am always pumped for this time of year and for our annual Harvest Festival, but Deep Delish, our new collaboration beer with Dewey Beer Co. and Fifer Orchards, is going to bring a whole new level of excitement to the event,” says Dogfish Head founder & brewery Sam Calagione. “I think our drinkers are going to have a lot of fun tasting it, especially knowing that it was ideated and brewed in partnership with two other Delaware native brands.”

A portion of the proceeds from this year’s Harvest Festival will benefit Brandywine Valley SPCA. Come eat and drink for a cause … and be sure to bring your pup over to our on-site dog photobooth happening 1to 3p.m. to show your support!