Made by Dogfish Head's Sam Calagione, WasteNot beer includes citrus peels, tomato pulp, and a nod to the moonshine that's made in prison.
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The grub is vegetable-focused, which means vegetarian, but “absolutely no mock meats.”
They've gotten themselves into a big pickle.
"I had a slice of one-dollar pizza and a lovely chat with a hairy transvestite dressed all in white."
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Calagione maintains that he and his employees are just as much nerds about music as they are about beer.
With David Chang, Mario Batali, and the Joe Beef dudes on board, you know the party's going to rock.
Many heavy hitters from Philly were shut out.
The poster boy of American craft brewing says hating on independent breweries only gives rise to global brewing behemoths like Bud and Coors.
Dogfish Head beers are high gravity, have unusual flavors, and according to some, apparently prevent folks from being dicks.
Proceeds from a new beer will benefit brewers who took a hit from the devastating disasters the struck this spring.
The craft-beer icons team up to make something called Savor Flowers.
The brewery's television show has just made its beers too darn popular.
The beer is extremely rare as it is, draughts are even more scarce.
Sam Calagione, Ruth Reichl, José Andrés, and more give us their holiday gift picks.
Calagione sees the show as a celebration of craft brewing throughout the world.
The Dogfish Head brewer says we're gonna have to wait.