Dogfish Head Launching Arkansas Distribution In March

Dogfish Head Launching Arkansas Distribution In MarchFrom Dogfish Head:

You’ve been asking for it, Arkansas and we’re thrilled to announce that our off-centered ales are heading your way beginning late March!

“We’re excited to ship our innovative beers to Dogfish fans in Arkansas and to begin a great and long-lasting relationship with the beer drinkers, retailers, and distributor partners in the state,” says Dogfish Head founder and CEO Sam Calagione. “We have our canning and bottling lines pumping out a ton of beer and enough brewing capacity to ensure we can keep retailers well stocked with our well-differentiated family of beers for years to come.”

Dogfish fans in Arkansas can expect to see all of our iconic, fan-favorites, including 90 Minute IPA, Namaste White, Indian Brown, 60 Minute IPA, SeaQuench Ale, Lupu-Luau IPA, Flesh & Blood IPA, Palo Santo Marron, Burton Baton, Midas Touch and seasonal releases. Limited quantities of specialty beers and occasional rarities will also be available throughout the year!

Curious about what local food favorites will pair with our off-centered ales? We’ve got you covered!

Try a Namaste White with your Fried Pickles. The lemongrass and peppercorn notes in the beer present a nice balance to the salty and tart flavors of this popular appetizer.

Next time you’re having some Cheese Dip, grab a 60 Minute IPA. Its assertive piney and citrusy hop flavors pair well with the gooey, rich cheesiness of this sometimes spicy snack.

Have a SeaQuench Ale with your Fried Catfish. This black lime session sour is the perfect complement to any seafood, and fried catfish is no exception. Its light body counters the hearty nature of this dish and its lightly salty, tart finish brings all the flavors of this meal together for a delicious bite!

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