Oct

9

As many of you know, we have a variety of things going this week at the Great American Beer Festival.  For those of you that are making the trip to Denver, we encourage you to come by for a Brewery Tour, stop by our booth or come to our Zombie Dance Post-GABF Parties on Friday and Saturday Nights.

But we also want to include those of you that can’t make this year’s festival. 

Starting Wednesday and going thru Saturday Night, we will be posting photos, blog entries and video at various sites online.

But this is where you come in:

We’re looking for suggestions on what you would like to see us take photos of. 

  • Is there a particular brewery booth you would like to see? 
  • Is there a particular person you would like us to take a picture of? 

Let us know by simply emailing your photo ideas to joshm@flyingdogales.com or sending him a text at 303.246.4873 (please include your name in the message).  Josh will be at the festival and your email will go straight to his iPhone while he’s roaming around.  He’ll take your direction and do his best to take the photo you are looking for and then it will automatically post to our Flickr page. 

We encourage you to use these photos for your own blogs as you see fit.  If you have any questions, feel free to email Josh.

Oct

5

It may seem like we say this every time we release a Wild Dog beer, but our newest brew really is Flying Dog’s most unique beer to date. Collaborator Doppelbock was created through Flying Dog’s Open Source Beer Project, which gave amateur brewers a chance to give our brewing team recommendations and feedback on everything from the grain, hops and yeast to the brewing process itself.

We combined your feedback and created a unique Doppelbock recipe to brew up and release. Collaborator has a full body with a sweet malt profile and a slight roast character. The complete recipe and printable labels are available for download at www.OpenSourceBeerProject.com. We want to thank everyone who contributed to creating this beer; it truly was a collaboration.

Oct

3

It is once again time for the biggest celebration in beer, The Great American Beer Festival. As beer freaks from around the globe arrive here in Denver, it would be rude for Flying Dog (being Denver’s largest brewery) not to be a good hometown host. Just in case three days packed with 4 drinking sessions of over 1700 beers wasn’t enough for people we have planned a bevy of additional events, including our now infamous, completely unofficial and unsanctioned Great American Beer Festival after-parties. Below is a complete schedule with links to more information.

Wednesday, October 10:
- Brewery Tours, every 30 minutes, Noon-5pm

Thursday, October 11:
- Brewery Tours, every 30 minutes, Noon-5pm
- Draft Magazine Beer Dinner, 6p
- GABF Session, 5:30 – 10pm

Friday, October 12:
- Brewery Tours, every 30 minutes, Noon-5pm
- Wild Dog Release Party, 3-5pm
- GABF Session, 5:30 – 10pm
- Zombie Dance Party, 6pm-2am

Saturday, October 13:
- GABF Members Only Session, 5:30 – 10pm
- Brewery Tours, every 30 minutes, Noon-5pm
- GABF Session, 5:30 – 10pm
- Zombie Dance Party, 6pm-2am

Sep

28

Flying Dog’s beers are now available to several European chapters of the People’s Republic of Flying Dog. The current selection includes Gonzo, Snake Dog, Old Scratch and Doggie Style with more styles arriving in ’08. Flying Dog’s distribution now includes Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Austria, Italy, UK and Holland with more to come. We are taking this bitch international! Whoever said America’s foreign policy was screwed up has obviously never tried Flying Dog beer.

Sep

26

Rolling Stone has recently released a gallery featuring all 8 of the Gonzo covers Hunter Thompson and Ralph Steadman teamed up to create for the magazine. Hunter wrote for Rolling Stone as a political and social journalist for over 20 years starting in 1970. Click on the image below to see the gallery.

Rolling Stone Cover

Sep

24

The Rocky Mountain News ran a great story on Flying Dog Brewery Founder and Owner, George Stranahan over the weekend. Check it out here.

GSSdrums

Sep

18

Rhythm council

We’re back from Telluride, and definitely still recovering. The festival was definitely a success, even though some Sunday rain tried to get people down (it’s the BLUES festival, after all). I photoblogged a bunch of events and they’re available in the Telluride Blues and Brews set @ our flickr site (click here for a nice slide show).

We had some cool stuff going, including our very own Flying Dog-branded Plinko Board, which will also be showcased at the Great American Beer Fest next month.

We're on the western slope, people! Tweener set before grace potter Amy from California wins our first Plinko jackpot Grooving to the music Grace Potter and the Nocturnals at the historic Sheridan Opera House, Telluride More mofro

The music was wonderful, my personal favorites were Joe Bonamassa and Grace Potter.

Sep

18

Sep

14

We’ve launched a new blog called CraftBeerTV.com. We’re looking for (good) videos of anything that has to do with CRAFT BEER. Brewery tours, commercials, homebrewing, etc. So, if you have a video or know of a good one on YouTube, email us at bullshit@flyingdogales.com.

Of course, you can also find our Flying Dog Productions videos on our website or on our YouTube page.

Sep

13

Greetings, fellow members of the Republic of Flying Dog! As most of you know, this weekend is the Telluride Blues & Brews festival, and Flying Dog is a sponsor! In true Gonzo style, we sent all of our staff out there, and I am writing to you from the back of our company winnebago. Around me are a handful of kegs, a bunch of cases, and 9 other brewery laborers. We loaded up some large trucks with kegs and merch yesterday with the remaining 25 or so employees arriving tonight and tomorrow.

For those of you who cant make it to Southwestern Colorado with us, ill be photoblogging the festival, please check out our flickr site for some real-time updates throughout the weekend.

Link to our flickr site.

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