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Record Store Day w/ Dogfish Head

April 16, 2016 — 12 pm

Dogfish Head Record Store Day — April 16, 2016 at Barcade® in Jersey City, NJ

For the second year in a row Dogfish Head Craft Brewery has been chosen to create the official beer for Record Store Day, a celebration of the unique culture of record stores and the special role they play in their communities. This year Dogfish Head has brewed A Beer To Drink Music To, a Belgian style Tripel that utilizes ingredients inspired by some of their favorite tunes including orange peel, peppercorns, candi sugar, and cardamom which were inspired by the following: Orange Crush by REM, Sgt. Pepper by The Beatles, Sugar On My Tongue by Talking Heads, and Mock Song by Phish.
 
On Saturday April 16th we will be celebrating Record Store Day in collaboration with Dogfish Head with a special draftlist, free swag, and we will be raffling off a few items including Dogfish Head’s curated mix on record and CD and a custom made Crosley turntable.
 
Ticket entries into the raffle with be given out with every purchase of a Dogfish Head beer that day. The raffle drawing will be at 5pm and one must be present to receive the prize. Limit 1 prize per customer.
 
The Draftlist:
 
60 Minute IPA – 6.0% ABV – Continuously hopped American India Pale Ale
120 Minute IPA 2015 – (estimated) 20.0% – MASSIVE India Pale Ale aged at Barcade since 2015
American Beauty 2013 – 9.0% – Imperial Pale Ale brewed with organic granola and aged at Barcade since 2013 was inspired by The Grateful Dead
Beer To Drink Music To – 9.0% – Belgian style Tripel brewed with orange peel, peppercorns, candi sugar, and cardamom is the official beer of Record Store Day
Bitches Brew 2015 – 9.0% – Imperial Stout brewed with honey and gesho root was inspired by Miles Davis’ classic album
Namaste – 4.8% – Belgian style Witbier brewed with orange, lemongrass, and coriander
Romantic Chemistry – 7.2% – India Pale Ale brewed apricot, ginger, and mangos
Squall – 9.0% – Imperial India Pale Ale
 
We hope to see you there! And don’t forget to support your local record store!


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