The Evolution of of Brewing Tech: Innovations that have redefined beer in the modern age

Today’s brewing scene is a long way from the rudimentary brewing vessels available to the earliest brewers. Heck, it would look completely foreign to the brewers of the mid-20th century. The sheer volume of breweries would be one surprise, as would the beers themselves—hazy IPAs, pastry stouts, wine barrel-aged saisons.  Equally as shocking, though, would … [ Read more]

Dogfish Head lands in Minnesota

Dogfish Head will begin showing up on Minnesota retail shelves on March 27, but their “off-centered ales” are starting to pop up on draft lines around the Twin Cities this week. The Delaware craft brewery has teamed up with Breakthru Beverage Group to distribute their beers in the Land of 10,000 Lakes, including 60 Minute IPA, 90 Minute IPA, … [ Read more]

What We’re Drinking: February 2017

Welcome back to What We’re Drinking, wherein The Growler editorial staff look back on a recent remarkable beverage. What are you drinking, Growler Nation? Let us know on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Lion Bridge Brewing The Disaster at Meux, John Garland, Senior Editor As an alumnus of the University of Iowa, I find myself driving along Interstate 380 … [ Read more]

Dogfish Head coming to Minnesota in 2017

Good news for Minnesotan fans of Dogfish Head—you’ll no longer have to make the trek across the border to Wisconsin to get their hands on the Delaware–based brewery’s lineup of “off-centered ales for off-centered people.” Dogfish Head has announced it plans to expand distribution to Missouri, Alabama, West Virginia, and—last but not least—Minnesota in 2017. The move was … [ Read more]

Dogfish Head has a brand new look

Delaware’s Dogfish Head Craft Brewery recently unveiled new designs for seven of its beers aimed at unifying the brand and highlighting the key ingredients in each of its “off-centered ales.” The creative team at the brewery, started by Sam Calagione in 1995, worked with Colorado–based Interact Boulder to design the new labels. “My goal was to make truly unique … [ Read more]

Stone, Dogfish Head, Victory release Saison du BUFF collaboration

Dogfish Head, Victory Brewing, and Stone Brewing have joined forces once again to create Saison du BUFF, a saison that blends locally-harvested sage, lemon thyme, rosemary, and parsley, and Citra and Centennial hops. The collaboration beer will start hitting store shelves this week in six-packs of 12 oz. bottles. This isn’t the first time the three … [ Read more]

Dogfish Head Hoo Lawd claims to be the hoppiest beer ever

Leave it to Delaware’s Dogfish Head to push the boundaries of beer. The brewery has lived up to its motto of “Off-centered Ales for off-centered people” by reviving ancient recipes, crafting ultra strong beers, and now giving birth to the hoppiest beer ever documented through scientific analysis. According to the BJCP guidelines, an IPA falls somewhere between … [ Read more]

Dogfish Head announces new spirits line

Dogfish Head, the Delaware-based creators of “off-centered ales,” announced today its launch into the spirits world. According to a blog post on its website, Dogfish Head’s new state-of-the-art distillery is in the heart of its Milton, Delaware, campus, where Head Distiller Graham Hamblett will captain two 500-gallon copper stripping stills and a 250-gallon copper vodka column, … [ Read more]

The Mill: Boarfest, a Beer Pipeline, and more

The Mill is gaining momentum into the fourth quarter. The Great American Beer Fest is back in Denver this weekend, new breweries and taprooms are opening at a record pace, and fresh hops and Oktoberfests are filling our weekends. What’s on your radar in The Mill? Tweet us @growlermag. Events: This Thursday, October 2nd, stop … [ Read more]

Straight from the Source: On the Road in Delaware

Even a column intended to celebrate beers of the Midwest region only available at the brewery has to go on vacation occasionally. So when looking for a seminar to advance my scholarship for the day job, I found one in Lewes, Delaware. The name sounded familiar and, sure enough, it was right down the road … [ Read more]