Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Hop Heaven - AHopEclipseNow! Beer Dinner at the Dogfish Head Brewpub

We like the simple things in life (in no particular order) - sunshine, the beach, palm trees, family, friends, live music, good food, beer and those glorious hops. We're definitely hopheads - we’ve yet to meet a beer that was too hoppy for us! So when we got to attend Dogfish Head's AHopEclipseNow! Beer Dinner a month ago, we were in hop heaven!

Before we headed upstairs for the dinner, Sam invited everyone outside for a little show. And that's when we got a chance to see little hop mobile in action! We weren’t quick enough to grab a video (it may have been the pre-dinner brew we decided to have!), so you have to check out Sam and his buddy Ken Marino is this hysterical video to see how cool this car really is!

Now, back to the dinner! How can things go wrong when the first beer you're welcomed with is this year's release (with new, awesome bottle art!) of Aprihop? It was a gorgeous night down at the beach, and this beer was perfection for such a warmer wintery night. The Dogfish Head crew paired Aprihop with the Welcome Chartcuterie Platter of Serrano Ham, Soppresatta, Lardo & Apricots, Beemster XO, Cabot Clothbound Cheddar and Buttermilk Blue. In addition to all of those goodies, on the tables were sharing plates of Esplette Popcorn, Smoked Marcona Almonds and Mixed Nuts. We loved that this was how the night was starting out!

After the Welcome Reception was over, we got to hear from Sam, who welcomed us to what was going to be a very cool night, giving us the lowdown on what to expect, before turning it over to the Chef, who walked us through what we were going to be indulging in, making us even more hungry than we already were!

Things were a bit different with this beer dinner, and in a very fun way. We've done several beer dinners at the Dogfish Head Brewpub over the years and most of them have followed the traditional beer dinner format - several amazing courses paired with several amazing brews. But AHopEclipseNow! switched that up - attendees decided what beers they thought paired best with each small plate within each course. Everyone was given smaller pours of 6 different beers:

· 60 Minute
· Constellation Funk
· 75 Minute on Cask
· Indian Brown Ale
· Burton Baton
· 120 Minute

And now, the fun began. The beers came pretty quickly which rocked so we could kick off the pairings and start tackling our ideas of what paired best together. Plus, for each of the "danger caps" we could request another smaller pour of a few beers, and with the redcap, we got a full pour of the beer of our choice. Fun stuff, right?

Okay, now moving back onto the dinner. It was broken down into three courses, 1st Course, 2nd Course and Desserts. Check it out...

1st Course:

• Korean BBQ Wings & Kimchee – we loved how this paired with 60 Minute and Constellation Funk. The subtle heat of the wings was so good with both of the brews. The Asians flavors really pulled together with the 60 Minute.
• Braised Bacon & Black Truffle Egg Salad – the smokiness of the bacon went well with Indian Brown; and the nuttiness of the black truffle rocked and rolled with the Burton Baton.
• Crab Salad and Watermelon with Chili Threads – this salad was delicate and amazing, so we wanted to go with a beer that wouldn’t overpower the flavors. Our favorite beer with this course was the Constellation Funk. Want to make a similar salad? Check out this Dogfish Dish recipe!

2nd Course:• DFH Spicy Espresso Sausage and Chili Mustard – the spiciness from the sausage and the chili mustard complimented all of the beers, in our opinion, which was kind of fun.
• Lamb Chops and Parmesan Frites – the 120 was the clear winner with this course, but we also like how the lamb and parmesan frites paired with the 75 Minute and Indian Brown
• Venison Stew – Indian Brown was one of our favorite pairings for this course. It really seemed to pull out the flavors of the stew. 75 Minute was another brew that we thought worked well with this part of the 2nd course.

(yes, that is supposed to be plural)
• Ancho and Belgian Chocolate Truffles – here’s another course that we loved pretty much every brew we had throughout the evening. The spicy flavor from the ancho was a great compliment to the rich Belgian chocolate. Oh how we love chocolate and beer!
• Chocolate and Bacon Cheesecake – although we may love chocolate and bacon even more! We’ve had this cheesecake with World Wide Stout, pairing it with Indian Brown, Burton, 75 Minute and 120 Minute were pretty much out of this world too!
• Carrot and Orange Cookies – for some reason we didn’t expect the 120 to pair so well with these cookies, but they did! This was another dessert treat that we also liked with Indian Brown, Constellation Funk and Burton Baton!

All night long we had such a good time basically playing with our food, trying to figure out what we thought paired best with what foods. We’re thinking we might have to try a little something like this at home with friends!

Feel like you missed out on the Brewpub Beer Dinners? You’re in luck – there’s one more for the season next Sunday, April 27th with a Small Batch Beer Dinner theme! It’s way too easy to get tickets too – all you have to do is click here!

And now we're off to daydream about hops, hops, and more hops! Cheers! 

Friday, February 14, 2014

Craft Beer + Chocolate + Your Sweetheart = Our Kind of Valentine's Day

Whether you celebrate this day of love or not, it's always good to know where to go (and we suppose where not to go!) to include a little craft beer into your Valentine's Day celebration. 

We're going to keep a running list of who's doing what on this day that Cupid tends to be quite busy! 

Abbott's Grill, Milford and Laurel is offering an a'la carte menu

Chelsea Tavern is offering a Sweetheart Package 4 Course Pre-Fixe Meal

Ernest & Scott  is doing a 3-course pre-fixe menu

The Pig & Fish has Southern Tier Chokolat on tap

Argilla Brewing is offering a Valentine's Day 4-course meal with a flight of small batch brews

3rd Wave is tapping Kohana Chocolate Cherry Stout

Two Stones Pub Newark will be accepting reservations for Valentine's Day

Two Stones Pub Naamans will be accepting call ahead seating for Valentine's Day

Two Stones Pub Kennett will be accepting a limited number of reservations for Valentine's Day

Stewart's Brewing Company is releasing Monkey Love, their Stumblin' Monk fermented with raspberries, and Chocolate and Vanilla Stout today 

Iron Hill Brewery Newark released Love Potion #9, their chocolate-coconut stout, yesterday. Hopefully they'll still have some on tap today!

The Pickled Pig Pub will be offering Valentine's Day Dinner Specials 

Monday, December 30, 2013

New Year's Eve Fun Around The State

Hard to believe another New Year's Eve is upon us! Not sure what you're doing yet? Here's a quick run down of who's offering what tomorrow night!

  • Iron Hill Brewery Newark and Wilmington Celebration Menu from until 10pm
  • New Year's Eve at Argilla Brewing with The Lower Case Blues, with their New Year's Eve menu starting at 5pm and the band's sets starting at 8pm
  • Moo Year's Eve at the Dogfish Head Brewpub. There are two seatings, one at 6pm and one at 8pm. During the 6pm seating Dogfish Head's Sam Calagione will be playing DJ! Stick around for The Bullbuckers going on at 10pm! (We've done NYE at DFH the last two years and it has been a blast! The Bullbuckers will keep you going well past midnight - they're awesome!) They'll open back up at Noon on New Year's Day, business as usual.
    • UPDATE: Both Moo Year's Eve seatings are sold out, but the downstairs will be available for seating for both lunch and dinner.
  • Two Stones Pub Newark, Naamans and Kennett Square each have a 6pm and a 9pm seating for their four course dinner, with beer pairings. Call for availability at each location.
  • Stewart's Brewing Co. is hosting a New Year's Eve Buffet Dinner, starting at 6pm, followed by the DJ Rich Countdown Party at 9pm. A little hungover New Year's Day? Stewart's is running their New Year's Day buffet from 11am until 3pm with $1 monks. 
  • 33 West Ale House is hosting a Masquearde Beer Dinner with Fordham and Old Dominion Breweries, starting at 7pm. 
    • UPDATE: They will be open until 3pm for lunch, then closed until 7pm to prepare for tonight's Beer Dinner. 
  • Mispillion River Brewing is hosting their 2013 Fuzzy Ball at the brewery, with live music from The Fuzzy Snakefoot, food, beer and friends, all happening from 8pm until 1am. There is no cover they'll also be releasing two new brews, Australian Summer and their Hefeweizen, POPO. 
  • 16 Mile Brewing will open at 12pm on New Year's Eve, and stay open until...? They're going to be open late tonight with beer specials, free food at 6pm (while it lasta) and the firepit will be all lit up. 
  • World Cafe Live at The Queen is having a New Year's Eve Party with Delaware's own Spinto Band (we'll be there!) 
  • Home Grown Cafe is hosting two local bands, Mad-Sweet Pangs and Mean Lady,  starting at 9pm. No cover. 
  • The tasting room at Fordham Brewing and Old Dominion Brewing will be open from 11am until 4pm.
  • Painted Stave will be open for bottles sales from 10am until 3pm
  • Ulysses American Gastropub is hosting a New Year's Eve dinner featuring tradition dishes to promote wealth, prosperity and abundance in the New Year. They'll have a few rare brews on tap, a DJ Dance Party from 9pm til close and a champagne toast at midnight. Give them a call for reservations. 
  • Arena's Milford will be open until 1am with various drink specials.
  • Abbott's Grill is having a Black & White Party, with a champagne toast at midnight and DJ Petch in the pub. 
  • The Pickled Pig Pub will have some great dinner specials going on from 5pm til 9pm tonight, with the last seating at 10pm. They'll also have limited reserve bottle and champagne specials (while they last)! Stop back for New Year's Day for The Hangover Cure with brunch style specials, Bloody Mary Randall, and mimosa and Bloody Mary Specials.  
  • If you're planning on heading to check out the Dogfish Head Tasting Room today, keep in mind the last tour will be at 3pm. 
  • Cromwell's Tavern has several New Year's Eve specials tonight as well. Check out the menu here:

We hope everyone has a wonderful, craft beer filled New Year's Eve. Be safe, have fun, and we'll see you in 2014! 

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Keeping It Local for the Holiday Season

It's hard to believe the holidays are well upon us already! Are you stumped on what to buy the craft beer lover in your life? Or need to drop a few subtle hints on what you'd like to receive this holiday season? Well, keep it local folks, and look no further than one of our local breweries to help you finish up your holiday shopping! 

We decided to suggest a few of our favorite items from the breweries around the state again this year. Check them out!  

16 Mile Brewing Company

16 Mile Hoodie, $35, available at the brewery
16 Mile Taphouse Growlers
Whether you're visiting the Tavern at 16 Mile Brewing Company in Georgetown, or the 16 Mile Taphouse, located on Main Street in Newark, here are two ways you can show your love for 16 Mile: the 16 Mile Brewing Company hoodie, which you can purchase down in Georgetown, or a 16 Mile Taphouse growler that you can fill right there on Main Street!  16 Mile has you covered whether your in Northern or Southern Delaware! 

3rd Wave Brewing Company 

Surfboard Unisex T-Shirt, $16
Winter Beanie
3rd Wave has some pretty cool surf-inspired gear for that craft beer lover on your holiday shopping list. Check out their Surfboard Unisex T-shirt rocking their slogan, "Good Friends Good Waves Great Beer" across the surfboard. Want to keep your noggin warm this winter? We're digging the beanies the brewery just got in. Can't make it down to Delmar before the holiday? No worries, just hop on their website and place your order! (Side note: you may need to contact the brewery about the beanie if you're looking for that. When we were on there on 12/12/13 it hadn't been added quite yet).  

Argilla Brewing Company

You have to love when a holiday gift for someone else turns into a little holiday bonus gift for yourself! When you purchase a $50 (or more) gift card from Argilla between now and December 31st, you'll receive a free $15 gift card for yourself, to be used between January 1st, 2014 and March 1st, 2014. Happy Holidays to everyone in this equation! 

Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales
DFH4Life Hoodie, $55
2013 Tap Handle, $40
Thinking about hopping on the DFH site to do some holiday shopping? They're trying to make it as easy as possible for you by suggesting several "Holiday Items." They even went one step further and broke it down to "Under $20," "Under $50," and "Damn! That's Luv!" For under $20 you can't go wrong with a Randall Jr. ($19.99). They're a blast to experiment with. Go a little crazier in the under $50 range with the 2013 Tap Handle which will ring up at $40. If you're feeling even more generous this year, how about the DFH4Life Hoodie for $55? And like we mentioned, no worried if you can't make it down to the Tasting Room in Milton or the kiosk at the Brewpub in Rehoboth; you can order all of these items from DFH's website!                                                                 
Randall Jr., $19.99
Fordham Brewing Company/Old Dominion Brewing Company
2014 Pinup Calendar, $10
Save $5 and purchase both for $45
Are you a fan of Dominion's Bomber Girls? Then you might want to check out the 2014 Pinup Calendar, featuring winners from several Dominion-hosted Pinup contests throughout 2013!

Speaking of 2014...did you know that you can already purchase your tickets for R2Hop2 (April 26th, 2014) and Cheesetoberfest (October 4th, 2014)? This is a great gift for a friend...or for yourself! Throw yourself into super rock start status when you buy that craft beer loving gift recipient tickets to both events! Bonus: you'll save $5 when you buy them together! 

Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

King of the Hill, $25
Winter Wheat Wine Ale
Gift Package, $35
Iron Hill Brewery is helping make your holiday shopping as simple as possible with their Holiday Gift Menu! If you know someone who visits Iron Hill pretty regularly, you should sign them up for the King of the Hill Rewards Club Program. The $25 annual fee is a loyalty program that earns points for purchases and visits. There are all sorts of perks like a handmade mug, free birthday gift and invitations to exclusive events. Is the craft beer lover on your list already a member of the King of the Hill Club? No worries, why not check out one of Iron Hill's Gift Packages, with prices ranging from $35 - $65. 

The newest brewery in the state has a very unique gift to give this holiday season - a bit of an investment in the brewery by making a pledge in their indiegogo campaign! Pledge $25, and receive a Mispillion River Brewing t-shirt. Go for a $100 pledge, and you're getting a Mispillion River Brewing growler, t-shirt and hat! Have some really special on your list? A $500 pledge will get you a bar stool, always guaranteeing a spot at the bar. A $1,000 pledge? That will get one of the brewery fermenters dedicated to your gift recipient. Oh, and as if that isn't cool, the $1,000 pledge will also give them a chance to design and brew a beer recipe! Major cool points! 

Stewart's Brewing Company

You can't go wrong with purchasing the craft beer lover on your holiday list a Mug Club membership at Stewart's...unless of course you think they may already be one...then just pick them up a gift card and they can spend it on a night out at Stewart's, on a growler fill or two, and if they aren't already a member of the Mug Club, a great excuse to go ahead and finally join!  

Twin Lake's Brewing Company
Do you have a bike riding friend who loves great craft beer? Why not pick them up the Twin Lakes Cycling Jersey? After all, the whole point of riding those long distance rides is the reward of a craft beer at the end, isn't it?! Sometimes I personally like to put together a gift bag or basket and include several smaller similarly themed items. I could easily do that with the Twin Lakes' baseball hat and pint glass. I would throw in an IOU of either a tour of the brewery ($22 per person, held Wednesdays and Saturdays), a growler fill ($12 for a Greenville Pale Ale and $15 for their seasonal brews) - or better yet, BOTH! 

Know that you want to get the craft beer lover on your holiday list a craft beer related gift, just not sure what to get them? Many of the breweries in the state offer gift cards - you can't go wrong with that! Either way you're supporting one of our our fantastic local breweries and you're pretty much guaranteeing that you're going to be giving one of the coolest gift you friend, family member or significant other will get all holiday season long! Nice!


Saturday, November 2, 2013

Wilmington Beer Week 2013: 8 Days of Craft Beer Magic...What's In Store!

It's here - it's time for Wilmington Beer Week 2013!

There are A TON of events going on this year! The Wilmington Beer Week site has a great calendar of events you can check out to see what's going on around the Wilmington area. We thought it might be helpful if we break down the events in a quick post, giving you an idea of what events are weeklong and what events are happening each day throughout the week. Check it out...

Chelsea Tavern 
Happy Hour Special
Build Your Own Flight – 5 6-ounce pours for $12

Ernest & Scott 
Dogfish Head Tap Takeover

Ernest & Scott
The Big Wheel of Beer
All 25 beers on tap will be represented on the wheel, which will be spun every ½ hour, all week long. The beer that is landed on will be $2 for the following ½ hour

World Café Live at The Queen
Mystery Beer Specials All Week 
There will be a mystery selection of bottled craft beer all week long – large format bottles will be $10 and 12 oz. bottles will be $5. 
Note: this special will run Sunday, November 3rd through Saturday, November 9th

BBC Tavern & Grill
Happy Hour Specials
$1 off all craft beer


Wilmington Beer Week Kickoff Party
Iron Hill Wilmington
4pm – 10pm

IMPORTS-INSPIRED: Featuring guest beers from around the world, as well as a few worldly inspired brews of their own:

Munich Dunkel, Iron Hill Brewery
Celebrator Doppelbock, Ayinger Brewery
Gold Digger IPA, Iron Hill Brewery
My New IPA, Stewart’s Brewing Company
Duvel, Brewery Duvel
Belgian Tripel, Iron Hill Brewery
Oatmeal Stout, Iron Hill Brewery
Fuller’s London Pride, Griffin Brewery

Enjoy a special menu paired with imports-inspired beers.

King of the Hill Rewards Club Exclusive - Preview at 3 pm for King of the Hill members only.

Update: We started off the Wilmington Beer Week at the Kickoff Party - what a fun time!

The Kickoff Party was "Import Inspiried" - both local and from abroad. We started the night off with Stewart's Brewing Company My New IPA and Ayinger Celebrator Dopplebock!
The Kickoff Party Beer List

To take advantage of the other beers we wanted to try, we built out own flight of beers from the other great brews Iron Hill had for the Kick Off Party. We went with Punktoberfest, Munich Dunkel, Belgian Tripel, Revoution IPA Gold Digger IPA, Riverfront IPA on cask, and Oatmeal Stout on nitro.

While we were there, we tried a few appetizers to pair with the beers...

Hickory Smoked Wings with a roasted poblano glaze and cilantro lime dipping sauce.

Creamy Southwestern Chicken Dip

And the Charcuterie Plate with bratwurst, pork belly confit, clothbound and
prairie breeze cheddar, dried fruit chutney and spent grain baguette.

Locals Only
Two Stones Pub Naamans  

Join 2SP as they celebrate the best craft beer made in our own back yard. To kick off the week, all 32 of their taps will be pouring brews made within 100 mile of their front door. Look for brews from 3rd Wave, 16 Mile, Dogfish Head, Evolution, Flying Dog, Flying Fish, Fordham, Heavy Seas, Old Dominion, Sly Fox, Stoudt’s, Troegs, Twin Lakes, Victory, Weyerbacher and Yards.

Brooklyn Brewery Tap Takeover
Buckley’s Tavern 

Stop by this historic Centreville tavern for some of Brooklyn Brewery’s brews!


Every Yards Counts
Two Stones Pub Naamans

Grab $4 pints of Yards Brawlers, Philadelphia Pale, Love Stout, ESA, IPA and Pynk, then 2SP will donate $1 from each pint poured to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. They’ll also be raffling off a private Happy Hour for you and 20 of your closest friends.

P.S. They do this for all Sunday & Monday NFL games as well!

German Beer Day
Buckley’s Tavern
Buckley’s is all about German beer today, featuring Paulaner and Hacker Pschorr!


An Evening in Brussels
Two Stones Pub Naamans

2SP Naamans will have classic Belgian and American-brewed beers on tap. 

  • Saison DuPont
  • Rodenbach Grand Cru
  • Chimay Cing Cents
  • Victory Golden Monkey
  • Flying Dog Raging Bitch
  • Ommegang 3 Philosophers
  • Allagash White
  • Flying Fish Exit 4
  • Brooklyn Sorachi Ace
  • Duval Single
  • Weyerbacher Verboten
  • 3rd Wave Sandstorm
  • Dogfish Head Noble Rot
  • Goose Island Matilda Lambicus
  • Weyerbacher Quad
  • Brooklyn Cuvee La Boite

2SP’s Chef Bill will also be creating a menu of featured dishes to pair with your favorite brew!

Ultimate Victory Tailgate Party
Chelsea Tavern

Enjoy your favorite tailgate grub teamed up with some incredible Victory Beers, including:
Headwaters Pale Ale
DirtWolf Double IPA
Winter Cheers
Red Thunder
Storm King Imperial Stout

Chelsea will have Monday Night Football on the Big Screen too!

$25 per person in advance, $30 at the door. Gratuity not included.


Firkin Party
BBC Tavern & Grill

The BBC will have the following firkins on tap:
Yards Double IPA
Twin Lakes Oktoberfest
Abita Turbo Dog 
Dogfish Head 75 Minute 

Firkins will be $5.50 a pint.

Note: This event is also happening on Wednesday night as well.

Tuesday Taco Madness: Beer Week Edition

Two Stones Pub Naamans

This week’s Taco Tuesday Madness will feature 4 chefs and 4 of their favorite beers for 4 awesome tacos for you. Bonus: their picks will be available on tap and as a flight.

New Belgium Tap Takeover
Buckley’s Tavern

Buckley’s will have 10 of New Belgium brews on tap – with many only being offered for events like this – so they’re only bringing them in once! In addition to getting to trying these unique brews, New Belgium’s rep will be there. Here’s the lineup:
Fat Tire
Lips of faith Yuzu
Lips of faith Coconut Curry
Lips of faith Cascara Quad
Lips of faith Heavenly Fejoia


Sam Adams Tap Takeover & Prix Fixe Dinner
Dead Presidents

Call for reservations and more details

Giving on Tap/Dogfish Head Tap Takeover
Two Stones Pub Naamans

Giving on Tap is sold out, but you can stop by 2SP after to take advantage of the Dogfish Head Tap Takeover! Here’s what they’ll have on tap:
60 Minute
Black & Blue
Noble Rot
Positive Contact
Bitches Brew
Birra Etrusca
2011 120 Minute
Midas Touch
Burton Baton
Olde School
Immort Ale

Delaware Beer Night
Ulysses American Gastropub

Featuring unique beers from your favorite breweries in the First State

Big Double Red IPA Beer Release
Iron Hill Brewery Wilmington

Meet Rick, the Brewer from Stewart’s Brewing Company, to celebrate the release of Big Red Double IPA.

Grilled Cheese & Craft Beer Tasting
World Café Live at The Queen

They’ve taken two of the best things on earth and paired them together in unexpected and delicious ways!

Southern Tier Tap Takeover & Growler Party
Stanley’s Tavern

Not only is Stanley’s having a Southern Tier Tap Takeover and Growler Party, they’re also offering a Prix Fix Menu to go along with it.

1st Course:
Stanley’s Wings with Southern Tier 2XIPA wing sauce, paired with Southern Tier 2XIPA

2nd Course:
Baby Back Ribs slow roasted and basted with Southern tier Warlock Stout barbecue sauce, paired with Southern Tier Warlock

3rd Course:
Pretzel & Ice Cream, Dried Cherries and Southern Tier Crème Brule Stout


Drinkin’ in the Big Apple
Two Stones Pub Naamans

All day and night Two Stones will be featuring great craft beers from New York. Look for brews from Brooklyn, Sixpoint & Blue Point.

Weyerbacher Tap Takeover 
Buckley’s Tavern

Drink some Weyerbacher brews all night long at Buckley’s during the Tap Takeover.

West Coast Flight Night
Chelsea Tavern

This mix & mingle will feature three of the most well established breweries from the West Coast: Rogue, Stone and Sierra Nevada. They’ll be putting their best flight forward as your enjoy some of the best brews Oregon and California have to offer.

Featuring 15 brews in all, each paired with an hors d’ouvre representing the region or complimenting a brew’s ingredients. 

Brand representatives will also be available to answer questions.

The flights…

Brutal IPA
Juniper Pale Ale
Daddy’s Little Helper
Chocolate Stout
Dead Guy Ale

Russian Imperial Stout
Ruination IPA
R&R Coco IPA
Arrogant Bastard

Belgian Black IPA
Pale Ale
Narwhal Imperial Stout


Raiding the Cellar
Two Stones Pub Naamans

Gumbo is releasing a slew of beers from their cellar – you’re going to see brews on tap that you won’t see anywhere else! Here’s a preview…
Evolution Prelude Black
2011 Sierra Nevada Bigfoot 
Sierra Nevada Ovila with Mandarin Oranges & Peppercorn
Troegs Naked Elf
Fordham Dhiskey Wick
16 Mile Battle of Waterloo
2011 Rogue Old Crustacean 

And more! Maybe some very rare bottles popping up?

New Belgium Tap Takeover
BBC Tavern & Grill

The tap takeover will happen from open to close and will feature:
Fat Tire
Rampant Imperial IPA
Blue Paddle Pilsner Lager
1554 Enlightened Black Ale


Bent Over a Barrel 2013
Two Stones Pub Naamans 

It’s back, Two Stones Pub’s celebration of wood. Oak, bourbon barrels, wine barrels, rum barrels – they’ll all be there!
Dogfish Head Burton Baton
Victory Red Thunder
Goose Island Sofie
Rodenbach Grand Cru
Evolution Fall Migration 
Evolution Spring Migration
Goose Island Bourbon County
Allagash James Bean
Weyerbacher Heresy
Stone Oaked Arrogant Bastard

And probably a few more!

Flying Fish Brewery Night
Ulysses American Gastropub

Meet the Flying Fish brewer and try some of his fantastic brews!

All specials for this night will be sourced from within a 100-mile radius of Ulysses.

East Coast Tailgate Party
Dead Presidents

They’ll feature 9 east coast breweries, including Weyerbacher, Yards and Victory.

Classic tailgate grub and games – including a corn hole tournament. 

Plus a special appearance by the Washington Nationals Presidents Mascot!

So, the question is, what events are you going to?!

(As the week progresses, and we attend events, we'll try to update them too!)