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First Amendment Victory
May 17 2022

First Amendment Victory

Flying Dog Brewery Wins First Amendment Victory over North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Commission. Their rejection of the Freezin’ Season Winter Ale label was deemed unconstitutional.  On May 13, 2022, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina ruled in favor of Flying Dog Brewery, and against the North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Commission (NC ABC), in Flying Dog’s lawsuit claiming that the … Read More

Fuck Censorship
Apr 26 2022

Fuck Censorship

  The brewery known for high ABV beers and anti-censorship fights would like to introduce you to a new IPA that combines the two – 451 Juicy IPA. This 11% ABV bombshell will blow you away with its juicy fruity flavors and low bitterness. Despite clocking in at 11%, 451 is an incredibly approachable and drinkable beer. Over 95% of the hops are added late in the process, this dry hopping amps up the aroma and flavor while keep… Read More

Jan 4 2022

2022 Brand Calendar

The 2022 Flying Dog Brand Calendar promises fantastic new beers, wild experiments, and returning favorites. This isn’t a promise like the one from the ex who said they would be a better person before using your dad's credit card to fill a wading pool with vodka. We mean it, these beers kick serious ass. That said, there’s a whole alphabet of Greek letters that haven’t even been used yet for COVID, and we’re on… Read More

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