Dogfish Head vs Blue Point
Dogfish Head's name comes from a town in Maine where the brewery's founder spent summers as a child, a place steeped in nostalgia. Since 1995, Dogfish Head has created beer steeped with nostalgia, like their Alternate Takes #1 which references the analog age of music when musicians used vinyl to record their song tracks. Dogfish Head infuses citrusy and sweet flavors into their beer, perfect for anyone loving an intriguing experience for their tastebuds. Meanwhile, Blue Point brewery takes a daring spin on beer by using unique ingredients from the sea. Headquartered in Patchogue, New York, Blue Point's award winning Toasted Lager is brewed with oysters, North Atlantic seaweed and beach plums. It's a true surprise to quench your thirst, ideal for anyone looking to experiment with their beer choice.
It's up to you to choose your favorite brewery. Vote now!
Which brewery wins is up to you, but ultimately it's a decision about what you enjoy about your beer: that citrusy sweet flip or an innovative salty brew?
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