Mybeerbuzz.com Highlights Dogfish Head & The 'Off-Centered' Ale Trail

imageI’m excited to give you an early peek at some of the cool things Dogfish Head is lining up this summer.  Our pal Sam Calagione and Dogfish Head are working on a summer project they are calling the Ale Trail.  This campaign highlights three new canned beers coming from Dogfish Head:

  • Flesh & Blood IPA: Beginning with real citrus, including blood orange juice and lemon flesh, this simple, pure and unadulterated fruit was slowly incorporated with the perfect combination of hops to give a rich, unique flavor.
  • SeaQuench Ale: This refreshing session sour is brewed with lime peel, black lime and sea salt. Dogfish Head partnered with the National Aquarium to source the right blend of sea salt; replicated from Maine and the Chesapeake Bay.
  • 60-Minute IPA: No stranger to IPA fans, Dogfish’s 60-Minute IPA has more than 60 hops continuously added over a 60-minute boil.  This powerful yet balanced East Coast blend has a lot of citrusy hop character.
  • The campaign will bring the Ale Trail to 12 cities across the country and shine a spotlight on how perfect these “off-centered” ales are for your off-centered  outdoor adventures.  The Ale Trail will feature not only three cool canned Dogfish Head beers, but also some really cool DFH swag, recipe pairings and the perfect inspiration for you to enjoy these new canned offerings from Dogfish Head..

    A big thank you to everyone at Dogfish Head for giving us an early peek at some of the cool things (and cool goodies) planned for this summer.  We’ll be bringing you more info on the Dogfish Head Ale Trail summer celebration, so be sure to stay tuned here for the latest details.
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