Dogfish Head Releasing 19.2oz Cans of 60-Min IPA & SeaQuench Ale To 10 States

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After extensive research, planning, designing and engineering we launched Dogfish Head cans late last year, and the reception has been phenomenal! Our 60 Minute IPA, Flesh & Blood IPA and SeaQuench Ale have been flying off the shelves, and our co-workers have been working like crazy to bring you more!

Now if you follow us on social media (Facebook, Twitter or Instagram), you may have seen a picture of a 19.2 oz SeaQuench Ale can…

Well, we’re happy to report that wasn’t some delayed April Fool’s Day joke, and we’re thrilled to announce that we’ll be canning both 60 Minute IPA and SeaQuench Ale in this new packaging!

As excited as we are to bring you this new offering, there’s a bit of nitty gritty to this new release. For starters, this new packaging size isn’t heading to our entire 36-state network.

So, where are they going?

- Delaware
- New Jersey
- Pennsylvania (Southeast PA only)
- Virginia (Northern VA only)
- Rhode Island
- Ohio
- Indiana (the Indianapolis area)
- Texas (Dallas-Forth Worth and Houston)
- Nevada (Las Vegas)
- Arizona

Both the 60 Minute IPA and SeaQuench Ale 19.2 oz cans started shipping to these markets last week so you should start seeing them pop up any day now.

What is the future of these cans? We’re not exactly sure just yet. We’re looking for your feedback! If you love these as much as we think you will, we’ll look at a national release later this year! So, shoot us an email (info@dogfish.com) or reach out on Facebook, and let us know what you think!

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