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This is what a Craft Beer destination looks like

By | March 9th, 2017|3rd Wave, Blogs, Dogfish Head, Fin City, The State of the Beer|

The Eastern Shore is a craft beer destination not because most bars here serve rare craft beers, but because they serve local craft beers. When I started covering the Ocean City HMRA show a decade ago there were two beer bars, and they always were packed. I collected bottle caps at the time and was [...]

New plan: Drinking more Dogfish Head beer sooner

By | January 25th, 2017|Blogs, Dogfish Head, Featured Articles, The State of the Beer|

At the end of the spring season last year, Dogfish Head debuted "Seaquench," which they billed as a session sour. Tart and a little salty, it was a massive hit well before its time. I first heard about it from DFH evangelist Dan Ryan at a beer tasting and book signing. In case I hadn't mentioned [...]

Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale with Smoked Gouda

By | February 9th, 2016|Beer Talk & Tasting, Blogs, Breweries, Dogfish Head, Events, The State of the Beer|

This is a continuation of a blog about the Shore Craft Beer Talk and Tasting held at the Clarion Fountainebleu in early 2016. I was really excited to see this pairing on the list because the Indian Brown is one of my favorites. Not only is it a really accessible beer, it is one of [...]

Women brewers at Dogfish Head

By | April 12th, 2015|Dogfish Head, The State of the Beer|

Making a lot of good beer is even more complex than you might think. At Dogfish Head there is a constant battle against infection and bacteria. Plus, no matter how cool it sounds from the outside, brewing the same large batches regularly can be a lot like driving a long-haul truck, a fight to rise [...]

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