Dogfish Head

These Gonzo Characters Will Be Repping A Year's Worth Of Dogfish Head Labels

Jermaine Rogers on his appropriately weird artwork
Mar 27, 2014 1:00 pm

Just one of the many examples of Dogfish Head's outside-the-box approach to all things beer-related is its annual collaboration with an artist to celebrate its four seasonal beers: Aprihop, Festina Peche, Punkin Ale, and Piercing Pils. This year, Jermaine Rogers took out his markers for some wickedly cool label designs. Interview and images after the jump.

Just Call Sam Calagione Craft Beer's First Remix Artist

Dogfish Head's founder mixes beer with wine, music
Jun 25, 2013 2:01 pm

He's mixing beer with wine, beer with apples, beer with Will Oldham and the Grateful Dead. Is there anything that Dogfish Head's Sam Calagione isn't combining with his beloved craft beers? We answer that, plus get his take on the craft beer scene and much more in this candid interview with the charismatic brewer. Oh yeah, and news on when Dogfish's Dead beer will hit shelves, right this way...

Beer Talk: Have You Been Drinking IPA From The Wrong Glass?

Dogfish Head, Sierra Nevada helped design IPA glass
Apr 2, 2013 2:02 pm
Spiegelau IPA glass

Dogfish Head's Sam Calagione and Sierra Nevada's Ken Grossman team up with a German glassware company to create a glass designed especially for the IPA lover. Details and a video, after the jump.

10 Breweries About To Blow Up In 2013

The ones to watch, the beers to drink
Feb 20, 2013 4:03 pm

Chicago upstarts, expanding California craft brewers, little guys making amazing beer in the shadows of the giants. Here are 10 breweries poised to make big moves in 2013.

Loki's Quarrel: Beer Infused With Salmon Roe (At Last!)

There's bizarre. Then there's this concoction.
Jan 24, 2013 2:02 pm

This beer cocktail is the brainchild of Marcus Wade at Miami's MC Kitchen. The drink was inspired by Loki, the God of mischief and shape-shifter in Norse mythology. The recipe calls for salmon roe in the bottom of your glass as a garnish, but feel free to add more to the infuser (see above photo with roe layered between the lemons and cucumbers) for an extra punch of savory goodness. Be brave, like Loki. Or maybe we didn't read that fable quite right.

5 Gluten-Free Beers That Are Actually Worth Drinking

Decent gluten-free beer is no myth
Dec 10, 2012 4:01 pm

I know what you’re thinking: Good gluten-free beer is a myth. It’s impossible to replicate a great IPA or lager using alternative ingredients, right? Well, for the past few years I’ve watched a friend cringe at every sip of Redbridge (it’s Anheuser-Busch, no surprise) or Bards (equally not-good) so I took it upon myself to search far and wide for an acceptable alternative: gluten-free beer that tastes like beer. I found these 5 delicious brews.

Food Republic Craft Beer Power Rankings

The 10 most influential craft brewers, right now
Mar 13, 2012 10:01 am
barrels

Thirty years ago, the concept of a craft-beer power ranking system was inconceivable. Back then, there were only a handful of breweries pumping out suds that deviated from the watery-lager norm. Fast-forward to 2012, and there are more than 1,900 breweries in the country — with another 600 or 700 on the way.

Can Beer Go Bad?

When beer ages, you get skunky suds or tasty gold
Aug 15, 2011 4:16 pm
beer expiration date
Photo: erokCom on Flickr

In this era of food-safety mania, there is one perishable no one speaks of. Yes, beer can go bad. Fortunately, it usually gets drunk before it can turn. But if you’ve ever cracked open a bottle that somehow managed to languish at the back of your fridge for a few months too many, then you know the horror of skunky suds.

So, how does one avoid such a fate?...

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