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Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Milton

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Brewery · Food & Drink
Learn about the story behind one of America's most popular and fastest-growing craft beer brewing companies at Dogfish Head Craft Brewery. Started in 1995 by Sam Calagione, the brewery now boasts an annual production of 175,000 barrels of beer, including IPAs and Ancient Ales, which are sold in 31 states. Take the free brewery tour to get an up-close look at their process and facilities, and have the chance to sample four beers. Show up early to get a spot, as they are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Grab a snack at their signature food cart before or after your tour, and try out one of their specialty soups or bratwursts. For Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and beyond, use our Milton trip itinerary planning website to get the most from your Milton vacation.
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  • The FOOD! The Dogfish Tasting Room has the best food around. The pizza is the best around. The seasonal salad with goat cheese, berries, pistachios and mojitale vinaigrette is crave worthy. The...  more »
  • Loved this place and want to come back for a tour - they were too busy the summer Thursday we arrived and we did not want to wait. The beer was delicious and interesting - we sat in the tasting room.....  more »
  • What a great place. Wife and I visited as "something to do" in between my son's baseball games at Sports in the Beach. Much larger than I had expected. Beautiful outdoor space. Comfortable indoor tasting room. Had we more time we certainly would have taken a tour. Nice selection of beers, including American Beauty, my favorite of theirs.
  • We took the tour that was $10/person and loved it. Our tour guide, Tyler, was fantastic and answered all questions with ease. We loved seeing the huge tanks and cases of beer and the production line. The tour ended up being about 1.5 hours actually and you get free samples of 4 beers (and a free cup) so we felt like the tickets were great value. Our group was about 15 people and I’m glad it wasn’t any bigger. You do walk outside to another building (it’s not far) so sneakers are best. Shoes must be closed toe anyway. Our favorite place was R&D on the tour.

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