Dogfish Head Craft Brewery is excited to announce its collection of off-centered ales is on its way to the great state of Mississippi. The Delaware-based brewery is partnering with Capital Distributing to bring its full line-up of flavorful brews to residents throughout the Magnolia State, increasing the company’s total market distribution to 45 states and Washington, D.C. Locals can look for Dogfish Head beers on shelves and taps starting in early September.
Committed to delivering consistent, off-centered goodness to its fans, Dogfish Head has strategized and laid the groundwork for a forward-looking growth plan for Mississippi and beyond. Along with offering a diverse portfolio of craft beers, Dogfish Head redesigned its artwork, revamped its packaging, tripled the size of its sales team to further support its existing distribution partners across the nation and announced its 2019 artist collaboration with Michael Hacker for the Off-Centered Art Series.
“We’re ecstatic to share our lineup of well-differentiated beers with Dogfish fans in Mississippi, and to begin great and long-lasting relationships with the state’s beer drinkers, retailers and distributors,” said Sam Calagione, founder of Dogfish Head. “We have our canning and bottling lines pumping out a boatload of beer, and we’ve got enough brewing capacity to ensure we can keep retailers well stocked with our family of off-centered ales for years to come.”
Dogfish Head fans in Mississippi can expect to see a gamut of the brewery’s iconic beers, including 60 Minute IPA, Slightly Mighty, SeaQuench Ale and 90 Minute IPA, as well as a variety of seasonal releases, like Punkin Ale, 75 Minute IPA and The Perfect Disguise. Limited quantities of specialty brews and rarities may also be available throughout the year.
Dogfish Head Brews & Mississippi Chews
For those that like having a bite with their brews, Dogfish Head suggests pairing these pints with some of Mississippi’s most iconic eats.
Try 60 Minute IPA with hot tamales. The prominent citrus and pine-flavored hops in this classic IPA provide a beautiful complement to the spiced meat filling in the tamales.
A staple of the south, po’boy sandwiches pair perfectly with Slightly Mighty. The beer’s mellow and refreshing hop profile will not overpower the delicately-fried seafood that fills this sandwich. Plus, at just 95 calories* per can, Slightly Mighty is a great, guilt-free addition to a carb-heavy meal.
Lastly, grab a SeaQuench Ale to sip alongside fried catfish. The beer’s lime tartness and slightly salty finish make it the ideal partner for seafood of any kind – catfish is no exception.
For more information about Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and its lineup of off-centered ales, visit www.dogfish.com.