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We Drink With Sam Calagione: An Aged Dogfish Head Beer Dinner at The Abbot's Cellar in San Francisco

Event Recaps Maggie Hoffman 4 comments

Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head and Chef Adam Dulye of The Abbot's Cellar collaborated on a dinner they almost called "Stinky Food and Really Old Beer." More

An Epic Vertical Tasting of Dogfish Head's World Wide Stout

Beer Reviews Mike Reis 7 comments

I begged, borrowed, stole, and traded beer with weird strangers on the internet for 3 years until I had a pretty respectable collection. Dogfish Head sent along the 2010 and 2011 batches, plus a sneak-peek taste of the 2013 vintage. It was on: a vertical tasting of damn-near every Dogfish Head World Wide Stout that was ever made. More

New Beer: Dogfish Head Sixty-One

Beer Reviews Maggie Hoffman 5 comments

The folks at Dogfish Head are constantly experimenting, but they haven't released a new year-round beer since 2007. This month, Sam Calagione and his team are offering up a new core beer that brings together beer and wine in one 12-ounce bottle. Sixty-One is the brewery's classic 60 Minute IPA with one addition: syrah grape must from California. We gave this wine-beer hybrid a try. More

Delaware Beer History: Brewing Before Dogfish Head

Lisa Grimm 5 comments

When Dogfish Head was preparing to launch in 1995, some elements of Prohibition were technically still on Delaware's books; brewpubs weren't legal, and the notion of a brewery at the beach was worlds away from beer's previous role in Delaware's history, which had largely been an urban one, with commercial brewing operations largely centered in Wilmington. More

NY: What to Drink at Eataly's Birreria

Where to Drink: New York Maggie Hoffman 2 comments

We've been waiting for the rooftop beergarden at Eataly to open for a long time. And it's up and running—though the beers they plan to brew on site aren't quite flowing yet (our server mentioned they'd had some trouble getting hot water hooked up, but that he expected beers brewed on the rooftop to show up within a week.) In the meantime, Dogfish Head is brewing Eataly's signature pale ale with thyme in Delaware and trucking it up to NYC, and they have an excellent brown ale on cask. More

Serious Reads: Brewing Up A Business by Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery

Book Reviews Anne Zimmerman 1 comment

I feared that the new edition of Brewing Up A Business by Sam Calagione would read like a smaltzy, ghostwritten business bible full of industry lingo and MBA case studies. I was worried it would be so mind numbing, I'd need a cold one. But it turns out this book is an engaging read. More

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