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Sunday, April 3, 2016

Dogfish Head Belgian Tripel

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Dogfish Head, Belgian Tripel

April 16th, 2016 is RECORD STORE DAY (started in 2007) and Dogfish Head is the official beer. "What is Record Store Day?" you ask. It is a national day to support indie music stores around the country. In honor of this, Dogfish Head has released a new beer called Beer to Drink Music To. Dogfish Heads liquid tribute to Record Store Day, Beer To Drink Music To, was created as the perfect beer for fans to pair with their favorite songs. The ingredients are inspired by some of our favorite tunes: Orange Peel {Orange Crush by REM} Peppercorns {Sgt. Pepper by The Beatles}, Candi Sugar {Sugar On My Tongue by Talking Heads}, and Cardamom {Mock Song by Phish}. The result is a Belgian-style Tripel and a perfect marriage between beer and music. “The enjoyment of a beautiful beer with an amazing album at the same time is an exponentially awesome experience,” -Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione

Chad the Tie Guy's Drink of the Week: Belgian Tripels are a great style of beer for everybody to try because they are light in body but bold in flavor. These beers are very easy drinking, despite their high alcohol content (9%). If you really want to experience the full flavors of this beer, serve it cool but not cold and put it in a wine glass (or a belgian tulip glass if you have it). This is a must have for enjoying a warm Spring day of yard work!

Style: Belgian Tripel
Alcohol Content: 9%
IBUs: 30


Food Pairings: Enjoy this beer after shopping at your favorite local record store with our Surfer Sandwich made with our curried mango chicken salad and organic field greens on a fresh multigrain roll.

Items in italics are available at the Market at White Horse Wine & Spirits

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