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  1. JohnEFresh
    March 26, 2011 @ 9:46 am

    Lots of good questions and who really knows the answers. But the bottom line is they are trying to improve quality and ultimately their mark on the industry. No other modern brewing establishment has been more of an influence ie. spun off more clones.

    I’ll tell you what they won’t tell you – their beer doesn’t age well. Personally I have no problem with that and obviously I am in the minority on that subject. I like fresh beer – period.

    Still – credit them for having the guts to bottle date. Not to mention take some aggresive measures to improve the beer tasting experience.


  2. Jacob
    March 25, 2011 @ 12:02 pm

    Dogfish is making the right choice here. Craft beer is very hard to make on a large scale. The 60 minute IPA I tasted 3 years ago was very different from the 60 minute IPA I had recently.


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