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Make it an off-centered holiday!
Hmmm. Wondering what to get that craft beer lover on your list? Have we got a few ideas for you!
Randall Jr.: Give your loved ones the power for off-centered infusions. Just twist off the top, add a special ingredient, fill with beer and savor the fruits of your creativity! $19.99
Beer Tasting Journal: “Dear Beer Diary …” Keep track of all the delicious craft beer that hits your lips. Make notes on appearance, aroma, mouthfeel, taste and glassware. $12
Openers: Pop your tops in style. Ancient Ales, Caution Cap, Custom Shark, Wooden Handle and Wall Mount. Take your pick, or pick ’em all! $2 to $12
Glassware: From our classic Shaker Pint to the stately Signature Glass to the absolutely off-centered but indispensable IPA Glass, we’ve got your beer-drinkin’ needs covered. $3 to $9
* Make haste! The last day to order for guaranteed holiday delivery via ground shipping is Dec. 14. If you select next-day or two-day air, you have until Dec. 16. Either way, please allow Shippy Shipperton (yup, that’s his real name) 2 to 3 days to get your orders out during the holidays.

Make haste!  The last day to order for guaranteed holiday delivery via ground shipping is Dec. 14th. 

Or the 16th, but only if you select 2-Day Air or Next Day Air shipping. 

Either way, please allow Shippy Shipperton (yup, that’s his real name) 2 to 3 days to get your orders out during the holidays. – See more at: http://www.dogfish.com/store/index.htm#sthash.jPANu8Ff.dpuf* Make haste! The last day to order for guaranteed holiday delivery via ground shipping is Dec. 14. If you select 2-day or Next-day air, you have ’til Dec. 16. Either way, please allow Shippy Shipperton (yup, that’s his real name) 2 to 3 days to get your orders out. Thanks, and Happy Holidays!

 
 
First Dogfish truck
in two years bound for Wisconsin

We’re happy to share that beer is on the way to our first few wholesalers in the state of Wisconsin! Yesterday, Sam waved goodbye to the first truck to head to the state in more than two years. The truck was stocked with 90 Minute IPA, Indian Brown Ale, Midas Touch, Palo Santo Marron, Burton Baton, Tweason’ale, 75 Minute IPA, Namaste, Hellhound On My Ale, Sah’Tea, Theobroma and Kvasir. – See more at: http://www.dogfish.com/community/blogfish/members/anonymous/wisconsin-and-rhode-island-wholesalers-announced.htm#sthash.PUW383Is.dpuf
We’re happy to share that beer is on the way to our first few wholesalers in the state of Wisconsin! On Tuesday, Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione waved goodbye to the first truck to head to the state in more than two years. The truck was stocked with 90 Minute IPA, Indian Brown Ale, Midas Touch, Palo Santo Marron, Burton Baton, Tweason’ale, 75 Minute IPA, Namaste, Hellhound On My Ale, Sah’tea, Theobroma and Kvasir.
Next week … Rhode Island! And to celebrate, Sam will be hosting a launch party Wednesday, Dec. 18, at Doherty’s Ale House in Warwick. Proceeds will support the Beer Education Program at Johnson & Wales University. Be there!
Get the full story on our recent rollout – and find out what states are next – right here!
 
 
 
Get your Namaste on year-round!
Namaste, a Belgian-style white beer bursting with good karma, is making the leap from occasional release in a champagne-size bottles to year-round offering in 12-oz. 6-packs. The new packaging, coming at you in 2014, will be available in all of the states where Dogfish Head is sold.
“From the day we opened in 1995, the average beer we’ve brewed has been 9% ABV,” says Dogfish Head Founder and President Sam Calagione. “We love going big, but we also hear the calls for a more sessionable off-centered ale. We hope you’ll agree that Namaste is a great year-round quencher and food beer.”
Made with dried organic orange flesh and orange rind, fresh-cut lemongrass and a bit of pepper and coriander, Namaste was originally brewed in 2009 to raise money and awareness for 3 Fonteinen, a Belgian brewery that suffered a devastating production loss.
The name, which roughly translates to “The spirit in me recognizes and celebrates the spirit in you,” is also a nod to craft beer lovers the world over for spreading the word about small, independent breweries.
To find out what else is brewing for 2014, check out our 2014 release calendar.
 
 
MEET THE TEAM: Courtney
What do you do at Dogfish?
I’m the off-centered Merch Planner, and it’ll be a year in February.
Best thing about Dogfish?
Definitely the people! It’s inspiring to work with so many creative, talented people every day. And it’s super cool when you meet people and they tell you how much they love Dogfish. It’s awesome to be a part of something that so many people dig. 
Favorite Dogfish Head beer?
Bitches Brew … but Positive Contact and Sixty-One are right up there.
What makes you off-centered?
I love working on the analytical, planning side of things, but I used to be a ballet dancer so having a creative outlet has always been really important to me. Right now I’m teaching a ballet class for adults, learning to tango and trying to make my guitar playing less terrible.
Who would you like to share a beer with?
I’d love to raise a pint with my great-grandfather. He passed away when I was really young, and my family always talks about what a funny, interesting, dapper guy he was. I’d love to hear his stories.
 
 
Sixty-One makes us proud!
Thanks to Wine Enthusiast for naming our new beer/wine hybrid Sixty-One a best beer of 2013!
 
 
Events!
To help us welcome 2014 right, we’re hosting our annual New Year’s Eve beer dinner at our coastal Delaware brewpub, and it’s even more off-centered than ever. We’re calling it “Moo Year’s Eve,” and it’s a night to celebrate all things beef. Boom!
And, fun fact … all of the grass-fed beef used for this dinner comes straight from Red Brook Farm (Sam’s family farm in Western Massachusetts) – the same farm we get maple syrup from for Immort Ale!
There are two seatings – 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. – for the 4-course dinners and a 10 p.m. show by ska favorite The Bullbuckers.
We also have off-centered fun coming up in …
Bethany Beach, Rehoboth Beach, Milton and Claymont, Del.; Dallas and Sugar Land, Texas; San Diego, Calif.; Boston, Cambridge and Northampton, Mass.; Cherry Hill, N.J.; Yonkers, N.Y.; Philadelphia, Pa.; De Pere, Oshkosh, Madison and La Crosse, Wis.; Fort Lauderdale, Sarasota and Melbourne, Fla.; Towson and Laurel, Md.; Warwick, R.I.; Fairfax, Alexandria and McLean, Va.; Woodstock, Vt.; Seattle, Wash.; and Vail, Colo.
 
 
December Beer Releases
World Wide Stout
Namaste
 
 
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