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Thanksgiving Beer Pairings
Nov 24 2021

Thanksgiving Beer Pairings

  This Thanksgiving, you’re in charge of the beer. Which is good. The closest you’ve come to preparing a turkey is watching videos of deep fryer accidents on YouTube. The last time you baked a pie the local fire department was heavily involved. Mom won’t let you mash the potatoes because “you always do it wrong, sweetie.” Beer, though? Beer you can handle. And Flying Dog has all the beers you need to make th… Read More

Field Notes 2019
Oct 21 2019

Field Notes 2019

  As we approach year five of our Maryland Hops Research partnership with the University of Maryland's College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, we have summarized the first four years of research and analysis of the 24 hop varieties planted at the Western Maryland Research Center in Keedysville, Maryland.  You can read our latest findings in the Growers Guide below, and you can taste them this Friday, October 25th on… Read More

Name That Bucking Deer
Jun 12 2019

Name That Bucking Deer

Betwixt the various Ralph Steadman masterpieces that adorn the walls of our tasting room, right smack over the center of our bar, friends of Flying Dog can find a bit of twisted taxidermy. Nobody knows for sure exactly how our once-vibrant young buck managed to sprout such batty batons atop his furry crown, but everyone has a theory. Brewery elders claim our stuffed sidekick was left behind during an intergalactic pitstop, but othe… Read More

Do It For The Agri-Culture
May 13 2019

Do It For The Agri-Culture

Decades from now, we’ll tell our grandchildren tales of our swashbuckling glory days in Maryland craft beer. We’ll sing the names of “Willamette,” “Sorachi Ace," and “Vojvodina,” ancient deities, pillars in our mythos, like mighty Zeus himself. And all of our stories will hit their crescendos in the year 2019. For two years, we toiled in the fields of Keedysville. We raised our fickle hop vines, … Read More

Skillful In Shallow Waters
May 2 2019

Skillful In Shallow Waters

Skillful in shallow waters, yet adept when it becomes deep and rough, Dead Rise boats were crafted to navigate the unique waterways of the Chesapeake.  Much like its namesake, Dead Rise OLD BAY Summer Ale, was expertly designed to satisfy the unique palate of the Marylander. The beer began as a pitch by a brewer at one of Flying Dog’s first Brewhouse Rarities summits. Every employee, no matter his or her job description, is giv… Read More