Bagpipes and Celtic Drums HERE on St Patrick’s Day, Saturday March 17th, 2018
We’d like to wish a Happy New Years to all of our customers and let you know that we will be closed for business on both New Year’s Day as well as on January 2nd.
We are looking forward to seeing you again in 2018.
Join us tonight, New Year’s Eve for some special beers from Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
Oak-Aged Vanilla World Wide Stout
A dark, roasty stout aged in oak barrels on vanilla beans.
Rare and often rumored about in the darkest corners of the beer community, World Wide Stout is dark, rich, roasty and complex, and lingers somewhere beyond the limits of the average beer.
Brewed with a ridiculous amount of barley, we’ve now taken this Dogfish Head classic and aged it on oak with real vanilla beans! With a little tender love and care we foster this beer from smooth, sweet wort into the big, bad blackend stout it always longed to be. Its bold, port-like complexity goes great with (or as) dessert.
A rare keg of aged 120 Minute Imperial IPA will be tapped. You don’t want to miss it!
Unfiltered and abundantly hoppy, it’s the Holy Grail for hopheads!
A peat-smoked ale brewed with maple syrup
For this beer, we use maple syrup from Red Brook Farm (Sam’s family farm in Western Massachusetts), peat-smoked barley and vanilla.
Immort is fermented with a blend of English and Belgian yeasts, then aged in the big oak tanks at the brewery.
The sweet and earthy flavors meld magnificently in the Immort Ale.
Liquid Truth Serum
You can handle the truth!
MYTH: IBUs (hop bitterness) can only be achieved in the boil. TRUTH: Uh-uh!
The truth is, Dogfish Head has been doing innovative things in the world of hopping since we opened in the mid-90s. From our continual hopping method found in our 60 Minute, 90 Minute and 120 Minute IPAs to our latest innovation of post-boil hop additions found in our Liquid Truth Serum!
Our unique process involving pelletized, powdered, leaf and liquefied hops makes for a blissfully inefficient IPA that’s truthfully hoppy without being deceptively bitter. You’ll find the perfect match of citrusy and tropical notes, making for a zesty finish … honest