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Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA

Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA

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I sampled this beer back in 2008 just a few months into my craft beer journey.  It was tough to enjoy let alone taste.  The extremely high alcohol content made it hard to identify anything else.  Fast forward a few years to now.  This beer is not overwhelming at all.  Actually, it is almost the […] ... [Read more]

Dogfish Head Olde School Barleywine

Dogfish Head Olde School Barleywine

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Wow.  Olde School is one huge beer.  Read the beer facts to the right and you’ll see why.  One of the reasons DFH was able to get the abv so high was though the addition of pureed dates and figs during the brewing process.  Sam put an old cellar man’s trick of hanging dates and […] ... [Read more]

Dogfish Head Festina Peche

Dogfish Head Festina Peche

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My third Berliner Weisse in the last few months comes in the form of Dogfish Head’s Festina Peche. While I was excited to sample another variation of this style, I was not sure how the addition of peach concentrate would complement the already enjoyable qualities of the Berliner Weisse style. Pouring vigorously into my glass […] ... [Read more]

Dogfish Head Sah'tea

Dogfish Head Sah’tea

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Dogfish Head’s Sah’tea, a seasonal spiced ale brewed after the Finnish “sahti”, which features loads of grain and malt, and juniper berries (sometimes instead of hops). Sah’tea is another in the Ancient Ales family: beers brewed in collaboration with Dr. Patrick McGovern, molecular archaeologist and sage of ancient beverages. The recipe behind sahti dates back […] ... [Read more]

Dogfish Head Theobroma

Dogfish Head Theobroma

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If you know anything about Dogfish Head, you know that founder Sam Calagione isn’t just the most followed and photogenic of American craft brewers. Since founding his hugely popular brewing company in 1995, Sam has also established himself and his brand as innovative. And that may be putting it gently. If you’re a craft beer […] ... [Read more]

Dogfish Head Raison D'Être

Dogfish Head Raison D’Être

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In the world of beer, there are Belgians and there are Germans. In many ways, I like to think that this dichotomy can be used to characterize much of the beer world. Belgians are most notably understood in contrast to reserved brewing practices of their neighbors to the east. To understand Belgians, you need to […] ... [Read more]

Dogfish Head My Antonia

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Tom: I brought a selection of beers over to my parent’s house to watch the Bears vs Packers regular season game some months back. Well, with the smell of  my Mom baking chocolate chip oatmeal cookies I was lured away from the TV and decided to review some beer (5 minutes after the game started). A […] ... [Read more]

Dogfish Head Chicory Stout

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Taylor:  Chicory Stout is one of Dogfish Head’s earliest recipes, first brewed by Sam Calagione in 1995 when the operation was a simple 10-gallon system. It’s one of the first of Dogfish Head’s ventures into the realm of eccentric recipes, a theme that has now become the norm for the Delaware-based brewer. Most people in […] ... [Read more]

Dogfish Head Burton Baton

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Michael: For me, winter is stout season. Last year, I spent three glorious months of cold searching out the finest stouts I could. As the snow flies this year and the liquor store shelves begin to fill with bottles of black liquid goodness, it was time for me to clear out my fridge and make […] ... [Read more]

Old Dominion Oak Barrel Stout

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Michael: Life has a way of surprising you. So does beer. This was a gift and so for some reason the price tag of ‘free’ had prejudice me against this brew. The label was average, nothing exciting and I had never bumped into Old Dominion before. So, thinking I was in for an average beer […] ... [Read more]