by Jacob Craft breweries are constantly evolving and becoming increasingly collaborative. Many breweries are actively seeking innovative ingredients that would never have been considered for a beer in the past and brewing new beers with other craft breweries and non-brewery
by Jacob With the weather and leaves beginning to change in the mid-Atlantic after more than 50 days of 90 degree heat this summer, it is time to turn our attention to fall beverages. One of my favorite are Oktoberfest
5/2007 FLYING DOG BREWERY SNAKE DOG IPAThis is a solid offering from Flying Dog. This IPA is malty, HEAVILY hopped, and weighs in at 5.8% ABV. Serve it cold because as it warms up the hops become a bit overwhelming.
12/2006 FLYING DOG BREWERY TIRE BITE GOLDEN ALEThis is a rather simple brew– it shows no booming hops or unusual notes. It’s a bit creamy in the mouth, a little bitter, then slightly dry as it closes. A pleasant beer,