Tim and I will be attending the Dogfish Head 75 Minute IPA Simul-Cask at the Sierra Grill in Northampton, MA, this Thursday, March 26th.
This means our regular Thursday post will be postponed until Friday evening. We welcome you to join us at the Sierra Grill or just join the fun in your area. Here is the press release and full list of locations directly from Dogfish Head website:
Johnny Cask has entered the building! We’ve retrofitted a 15 barrel tank to perfectly produce a very special cask conditioned ale (so, we have a little time to play around during winters at the Delaware coast). This beer, known as Dogfish Head 75 Minute IPA is a blend of 60 and 90 Minute IPAs with a special whole leaf cascade dry-hopping session. Post-hopping the beer gest transferred into firkins and dosed with fresh yeast and maple syrup from the ole family homestead (actually the first batch will be re-fermented with maple syrup from the farm up the road from ours since ours won’t be ready until late March. We plan to ramp up our maple house activities to get a lot more syrup for Immort Ale, 75 Minute and future beers in the coming months and years).
The debut of these 75 Minute IPA casks will take place during a live ‘Simul-cask’ event in NYC, Philly, Boston, and our home base in Rehoboth Beach, DE on Thursday, March 26, 2009 at 7:50pm (EST).
After the initial launch our 75 Minute casks will be available at select accounts in Philly, NYC, Boston (“first we take Manhattan, etc”, L. Cohen) and, of course, our original brewpub in Rehoboth Beach, DE. The next year we may roll them out into additional markets.
Here is the Simul-cask Skinny:
What: Dogfish Head 75 Minute IPA Simul-cask
Where: Select accounts NYC, Philly & Boston, plus our own brewpub in Rehoboth Beach, DE
When 7:50pm (EST), Thursday 3/26/09
Why: Because it sounds like a great idea!
Plus: The first 75 customers at each Simul-cask event get a free curved pint glass (where legal and while supplies last)!
Locations for the Dogfish Head 75 Minute IPA Simul-cask:
Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats (Lead Brewer Bryan Selders will be on the scene)
320 Rehoboth Ave
Rehoboth Beach DE 19971
901 N. 2nd Street (2nd & Poplar),
Philadelphia, PA 19123
Monk’s Belgian Cafe (our Philly chica Wendy will be here)
264 S. 16th Street (16th & Spruce)
Philadelphia PA 19102
2331 E. Cumberland Street
Philadelphia, PA 19125
1148 S. 11th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147
Grey Lodge Pub
6235 Frankford Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19135
477 Cambridge St
British Beer Company
6 Middle St.
The Ale House
37 Friend St.
The Dive Bar
34 Green St
55 Chester St.
Somerville, MA 02144
Barcade (Dogfish’s Sam Calagione will be in the house!)
388 Union Avenue Brooklyn
281 Bleecker Street
New York, NY 10014
East Village Tavern
158 Avenue C
New York, NY 10009
Lazy Boy Saloon
154 Mamaroneck Avenue
White Plains, NY 10601
Downtown Bar & Grill
160 Courts Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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