Oct

12

UPDATE: Tickets are sold out. 

Halloween is about more than boob-baring costumes and egging the houses of neighbors who give out unsalted popcorn balls. 

Your favorite Halloween Bash is back and tickets are just $10. Here’s what that Hamilton gets you:

  • The Beers: A slate of killer (literally) limited releases including our Brewhouse Rarities series, Dogtoberfest Marzen, The Fear Imperial Pumpkin Ale, and more. (All beers purchased a la carte.)
  • The Entertainment: After you’ve taken a turn bobbing for apples in an cauldron of IPA, hip hop mixologists Chocolate Bronson will spin a set of pop favorites infused with Halloween beats. 
  • The Costumes: Since the invention of the Internet, the excuse of not having a good costume idea just won’t do. A $150 cash prize will go to the best dressed guy and girl.

Tickets are on sale now. Only 100 are available online, so get them before they sell out. 

Oct

11

Ralph Steadman “learnt to draw to try to change the world.”

Now, the world has a glimpse into life of one of the most prolific artists of our time…For No Good Reason

Narrated by Ralph’s longtime friend Johnny Depp, “For No Good Reason” is a visually explosive yet intimate portrait of the Gonzo legend. Director Charlie Paul spent over 15 years compiling footage, working with animators to bring the art to life, and meticulously crafting the story of Ralph STEADman. 

“For No Good Reason” is premiering tomorrow night at the BFI London Film Festival. We’ll keep the Republic posted on any screenings stateside. 

Oct

10

If there’s one thing we Americans love, it’s freedom. We also love big screen TVs, muscle t-shirts, multi-pound burgers, and free shit. 

Let’s focus on the latter and show those Scots how it’s done during the International Arms Race. 

The first 25 people to cast their vote at our International Arms Race events with BrewDog next week get a free t-shirt:

Need to know where to go? 

Oct

8

Not to sound braggy, but we haven’t seen a more epic list of dates and events in poster format since Journey’s 2011 North American tour with Foreigner and Night Ranger:

Baltimore Beer Week is upon us yet again and we’re pulling out all of the stops on our own journey to Charm City domination. 

Here’s a complete list of everything we have going on (sans a few scheduled naps and potty breaks). Click on any event name below for more details:

Friday, October 19

Saturday, October 20 
Sunday, October 21
Monday, October 22

Oct

5

East meets West when Flying Dog CEO Jim Caruso and Lagunitas co-founder Tony Magee square off in Times Square. These alpha dogs are taking over the taps at Beer Authority (300 West 40th St.) with all of the night’s proceeds benefitting Animal Haven – a local Manhattan dog shelter

The beer will be flowing by 5 pm and Jim and Tony will lead an informal Q&A session on the rooftop bar at 6:30 pm. Just $5 will get you a custom Flying Dog/Lagunitas pint glass and $1 off each pint from either brewery until 10 pm. Styles include: 

Flying Dog

  • UnderDog Atlantic Lager
  • Raging Bitch Belgian-Style IPA
  • Snake Dog IPA
  • Wildeman Farmhouse IPA
  • Doggie Style Classic Pale Ale
  • Dogtoberfest Marzen
  • Woody Creek Belgian White
  • The Fear Imperial Pumpkin Ale (on cask)
Lagunitas
  • Lagunitas IPA
  • New Dogtown Pale Ale
  • Czech-Style Pils
  • Little Sumpin’ Sumpin’ Ale
  • Daytime IPA 
  • Little Sumpin’ Wild Ale
  • Hop Stoopid Ale 
  • Maximus IPA (on cask)

Oct

3

In the most epic Super Bantamweight Smackdown on U.S. soil since Freddy vs. Jason, round two of the International Arms Race begins October 15.

In one corner, the brewmaster of Flying Dog and George Clooney look-a-like Matt “LoveFreedom” Brophy. In the other, BrewDog captain and extreme ABBA fan James “One Nut” Watts: 

The International Arms Race can be witnessed at the following U.S. Civil War battlegrounds:  

  • Monday, Oct. 15 at Max’s Taphouse, Baltimore, MD
  • Tuesday, Oct. 16 at RFD, Washington, DC
  • Wednesday, Oct. 17 at Frisco’s Taphouse, Columbia, MD
All gun shows start at 6 pm. 

Oct

2

In the course of 72 hours, most of us go to work, eat, drink, sleep, and (if we’re lucky) have a good poop. 

In the 72 hours between Thursday, October 11 and Sunday, October 14, teams in Frederick’s 72 Hour Film Fest will direct, edit, and score a short film with a script handed to them just before the competition bell tolls.

And YOU can still be a part of the creative, sleep-deprived madness. 

Registration for 72 Film Fest, sponsored by yours truly, is open until Thursday, October 11.

Also new to the fest this year is the Flying Dog Shock and Awe Award. More prestigious than a Razzie and less pretentious than the Grand Prix at the Festival de Cannes, the Flying Dog Shock and Awe Award is a critic’s choice judged by our in-house filmmaker Tim Martin. A graduate of Maryland Institute College of Art, Tim is nationally acclaimed filmmaker and the mastermind behind Flying Dog Productions

All films entered in the 72 Film Fest will be screened at the Weinberg Center for the Arts on Friday, October 19 and Saturday, October 20. To purchase tickets to the screenings or for more information, visit the 72 Film Fest’s website

Sep

27

Day in Bat Country

What do Zappos, Nordstrom, and Amazon all have in common? None of them carry Flying Dog condoms. And they are also notorious for offering an incredible online shopping experience.

We’re pretty passionate about customer satisfaction around here. Running a remarkable brewery starts with the beer, but it also extends to your experience on a tour, your interaction at a Flying Dog event, and (hopefully) filters all the way down to the Bat Wing-emblazoned shirt you wear on your back. We’re deeply proud of Ralph Steadman’s artwork and way he continues to reinvent his unique and indelible mark on our brand. His imagination and creativity is woven into every piece of clothing and accessory that bear our name.

Plus, we’d never expect you to buy anything we wouldn’t buy twelve of ourselves.

In keeping with that standard of excellence, we’ve spent the last six months updating our digital storefront to reflect our passion for creating an exceptional customer experience. We’ve reorganized our navigation, simplified our checkout, improved our backend fulfillment and consolidated our shipping rates. What didn’t change? Our commitment to quality assurance, order accuracy, and our seasonal offering of totally fucking awesome merchandise.

Take, for instance, the shirt celebrating the 75th anniversary of Gonzo and the Good Doctor Hunter S. Thompson. We burned through all our inventory in July because you guys love Dr. Gonzo as much as we do. So we decided to bring back a limited run of our Day in Bat Country T-shirts (men’s and women’s sizes S – XXL). This time, when they’re gone, they’re gone. (Basically, they’re like the Franklin Mint coins, only less expensive, more wearable, and arguably more valuable.)

Take a minute to peruse the site and familiarize yourself with the friendly faces of our Flying Dog staff who were neither starved nor man-handled in the modeling of this merchandise.  Like what you see? Let us know. Want to see us carry something different? Let us know. Want us to produce some custom pajama jeans? We’re one step ahead of you.

Click. Shop. Enjoy.

Sep

27

September 28 is our final Firkin Friday of the regular season and we speak for everyone in Charm City when we say, “thank God for post-season play.”

Every Friday home game at Oriole Park at Camden Yards features two cask-conditioned beers from yours truly at our storefront (lower level, between section 23 and 29) and in the new Roof Deck bar above centerfield.

This Friday, we offer a toast to baseball in Baltimore in October and invite you to join us for a pint of our Single Hop Imperial IPA with Nelson Sauvin at either location.

Let’s go O’s!

Sep

21

Somewhere across the pond, the dawn is breaking and a team of BrewDog foot soldiers are quietly ironing their kilts, inspecting the viscosity of their blue face paint, and preparing for redemption. A guttural battle cry emerges from the back line and it is determined Alastair from accounting has pulled a hamstring. Only the strong will survive this war.

Still licking their wounds from a bitter loss in the UK International Arms Race, BrewDog Captain James Watt has spent the last 25 days retooling his plan of attack for round two. The battle for taste supremacy continues on October 15, when the BrewDog militia arrives on U.S. soil for three days of head-to-head competition. Civilians and supporters can seek refuge from war and try each brewery’s International Arms Race at the following:

  • Monday, Oct. 15 at Max’s Taphouse, Baltimore, MD
  • Tuesday, Oct. 16 at RFD, Washington, DC
  • Wednesday, Oct. 17 at Frisco’s Taphouse, Columbia, MD

Six months ago, Flying Dog and BrewDog decided on the terms of this most unusual craft beer collaboration. Hops and flame throwers were banned from the battlefield, but a host of other weapons to impart bitterness – spearmint, bay leaves, rosemary, juniper berries, and elderflower – were agreed upon to eventually formulate a no hop, Zero IBU IPA. Then, it was decided that each brewery would craft its own version of the beer to highlight the individual brewer’s influence on the recipe and avoid unnecessary in-person conversations that end with gross mispronunciations of the word Slàinte.

In the meantime, some 3,384 miles from Glasgow, the staff at Flying Dog is preparing for another epic battle.

Eight stories below the brewery, bunkered in a safe room filled with Gatorade and canned goods, 23-Star General Matt ‘Lovefreedom’ Brophy and Marketing Rear Admiral Ben Savage are finalizing their strategy for the three-city invasion by drawing X’s and O’s and dramatic looping arrows on a white board. The two are confident in their recipe but acknowledge the wild card in this race: America’s unreasonable love affair with UK accents.

May the best man win.

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