Availability: Limited release, 750 ml bottles Release Date: August 2008 Theobroma This beer is based on chemical analysis of pottery fragments found in Honduras which revealed the earliest known alcoholic chocolate drink used by early civilizations to toast special occasions. The discovery of this beverage pushed back the earliest use of cocoa for human consumption more than 500 years to 1200 BC. As per the analysis, Dogfish Head’s Theobroma (translated into 'food of the gods') is brewed with Aztec cocoa powder and cocoa nibs, honey, chilies, and annatto (fragrant tree seeds). Theobroma is 10% abv and will be available in Champagne bottles for an August 2008 release. Special kegs from our test batches may be available earlier in the year at Dogfish events around the country... keep yer eyes peeled!
Saranac Root Beer, Beer
2003 Silver medal winner herb and spice catagory Great American Beer Fest, made without hops, 100% heather flowers giving it a flowery aroma, subtle sweetness, and crisp, clean fin...
Dark brown pour with a lighter brown head; has a creamy feel while going down and is relatively smooth.