Dogfish Head Introduces IPA (I Pedal A lot)

Dogfish Head Introduces IPA (I Pedal Alot)From Dogfish Head:

We made it through #JanuQuenchy! We feel lighter and we feel liberated after our month-long journey of being active. But, if you’re anything like us, we’re looking for ways to keep those calories burned off.

Luckily we’ve got some active-lifestyle events to keep us (and you!) on track throughout 2018!

Dogfish Dash
First up, our annual off-centered road race through historic Milton that starts and finishes at our Milton brewery. Not only does the Dogfish Dash benefit
The Nature Conservancy, Delaware Chapter, but what other running bib has beer tickets attached to it as a sweet reward for finishing?!
Date: Sunday, Sept. 30, 2018
Registration will open at noon on Wednesday, Apr. 4*.
*Note the registration date! This is different from years past!

Dogfish Head I.P.A. (I Pedal A Lot)
New this year ... we're teaming up with our adventurous friends at
Velo Amis to bring you a whole new Dogfish experience on two wheels! The Dogfish Head I.P.A. is a gran fondo style bicycling tour of southern Delaware. Rides will start and finish at our Milton brewery with distances of 60 KM, 90 KM, and 120 KM (see what we did there?). Funds raised during the event will go toward bicycle safety programs across the state of Delaware. More details to come, but you can count on Dogfish beer, great grub, live music and plenty of fun as a part of it all!
Date: Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018.
Registration opens and ‘Route Reveal’ at noon on Wednesday, May 16.

Looking for more time on the trail or in the saddle, and perhaps a Dogfish beer at the end? Check out these other events we’re proud to support:

- Wheels for Meals, May 5
Run the Mill, June 2
- Trail Creek Outfitter's 'Trail Run Series,'  various dates March – June

About Bil Cord

Founder, owner, author, graphic designer, CEO, CFO, webmaster, president, mechanic and janitor for Producer and Co-host of the WILK Friday BeerBuzz live weekly craft beer radio show. Small craft-brewer of the craft beer news sites and one-man-band with way too many instruments to play.

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