Beer steward

If preaching the gospel of Gonzo and Good Beer to the loyal lovers of Flying Dog sounds like something you’d like to get paid doing, then read on soldier. 

With tomorrow’s grand opening of our tasting room, we will be holding open interviews on Monday, June 15 from 3 to 5 pm for anyone interested in becoming a Flying Dog Beer Steward

Because we’re not in the business of wasting anyone’s time, please understand that this job:

  • Mandates that you must be 21 or older
  • Is a part-time position
  • Requires flexibility when our tasting room is open (Shifts would be scheduled Thursdays and Fridays 2 pm-8:30 pm, Saturdays 10:30 am-8:30 pm and Sundays 10:30 am-6:30 pm.)
  • Pays $11 per hour 

Still interested? No need to RSVP. Just show up to our tasting room on Monday between 3 and 5 pm with your resume and a list of references. 




Get your cold beer here…seriously! After nearly three years of working (in tandem with the Brewers Association of Maryland) with state and county legislators, we are now legally allowed to sell beer by the glass in our tasting room. 

Prior to these new laws, we were viewed strictly as a manufacturing facility and were only allowed to serve beer samples after patrons went on a guided tour of the brewery. But starting this Thursday, our tasting room will be open:

  • Thursdays and Fridays 3- 8 pm
  • Saturdays 12-8 pm
  • Sundays 12-6 pm

Four-beer flights are $7 and full pours are $4 each. Those times are also your time to get your growlers filled. With fills ranging from $10 to $15 (depending on the beer), you can bring your own or buy one of ours.

And with the hypothetical ribbon-cutting ceremony for our tasting room (we must have misplaced our really, really big scissors) comes another announcement: The Sub Rosa Series. Brewed on our 15-barrel pilot brewing system, these beers are small-batch, experimental releases only available in our tasting room. Allow our Brewmaster Matt Brophy to explain: 



Dead Rise Restaurant Week

The Summer of Dead Rise is just getting started. 

For the second year in a row, we released the Dead Rise OLD BAY Cookbook alongside its now-iconic beer counterpart, Dead Rise OLD BAY Summer Ale. This year’s cookbook features Chesapeake-inspired fare from some of Baltimore’s best restaurants, including Aggio, Ouzo Bay, Ten Ten American Bistro and Wit & Wisdom. 

To celebrate the beer, the food and the seasoning that brings Baltimore together, we’re holding our first Dead Rise Restaurant Week June 19-25. Each restaurant from the cookbook will feature their recipes, alongside the beer, on special all week long. 

We’re kicking things off on Friday, June 19 at Alewife with small-plate pairings — including Chef Chad Wells’ OLD BAY caramel popcorn — and tap takeover. Then, we’ll end the week at Wit & Wisdom on Thursday, June 25. Executive Chef Zack Mills invited friends Bryan Voltaggio, Mike Correll and Tim Dyson to provide small bites with live music, and (of course) beer on the Wit on the Water patio. 

Get your copy of the Dead Rise OLD BAY Cookbook — and make your restaurant reservations accordingly — today. 




No one has ever turned critics on their head, made the public scratch their heads, or got out of their own head by following the mainstream. 

The truly innovative embrace the unrest and live for the Counter Culture. 

Introducing the newest member of our year-round portfolio: A uniquely robust malt-forward ale our hop-centric brewers spent over two years developing. 

In that same light, the indelible Ralph Steadman supplied art that is, in many ways, counter to his renowned style of illustration. His replica of Leonardo Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” was painted during a time when Ralph wholly immersed himself in Da Vinci’s style and work, and spent years — like our brewers — perfecting his work. 

Embrace the Counter Culture and find it near you.



Sweetlife POSTER

The sweetlife never tasted this good. 

For the second year in a row, we’ve partnered with sweetgreen on the sweetlife music festival, a two-day celebration of music, art, food and culture May 30 and 31 at Merriweather Post Pavilion. 

And the best part is the beer: We’re brewing sweetlife Pale Wheat exclusively for the festival. Our brewers are using local wheat and rye for a soft earthiness and subtle acidity and Mosaic hops for a complex array of juicy tropical fruit, citrus, berry and pine notes. 

One of the things we love about this festival is the detailed curation, from showcasing the best local cuisine to a commitment to sustainability. In that same light, new this year is the Flying Dog Hop-Up Shop, an interactive and educational experience for VIP ticket holders. 

Hops are arguably the most distinguishable and versatile ingredient found in craft beer, with hundreds of varieties grown in our backyard (literally), across the country and halfway around the globe. To highlight the unique profiles of each variety, the Hop-Up Shop will feature 5 different casks of sweetlife Pale Wheat:

  • Cask 1: sweetlife Pale Wheat in its original, delicious form
  • Cask 2: Added Columbus hops for herbal, garlic and black pepper notes
  • Cask 3: Added Simcoe hops for pine, resinous and woodsy notes
  • Cask 4: Added Citra hops for citrus, grapefruit and melon notes 
  • Cask 5: Added Galaxy hops for tropical and stone fruit notes

The sweetlife Pale Wheat will act as both the control and the canvas to showcase the ingredient that plays an enormous role in the art of craft beer. 

The Hop-Up Shop will open at 3:30 pm on both days of the festival. Tickets for VIP and general admission are on sale now. 



Summer Sessions Riff Raff

Hurray for the Riff Raff, the headliner of our first Summer Sessions concert of the season, is for the people. 

“It’s grown into this bigger idea of feeling like we really associate with the underdog,” singer Alynda Lee Segarra said. “We really feel at home with a lot of worlds of people that don’t really seem to fit together, and we find a way to make them all hang out with our music.” 

That doesn’t sound like our motley crew of those who pledge their allegiance to good beer, now does it? 

While Hurray for the Riff Raff’s music sweeps across multiple genres, it can best be described as traditional Americana folk with equal parts grace and grit. The band has received rave reviews from NPR, The New York Times and more, and is at the forefront of a new generation of musicians celebrating and reimagining American roots music.

Hear for yourself by checking out the music video for their latest single, “I Know It’s Wrong (But That’s Alright).”

Hurray for the Riff Raff will perform live on our front lawn, with Mechanical River opening, Saturday, June 20. Tickets are $25 and on sale now via MissionTix.com. 




Sometimes, innovation comes in the form of paying homage to the classics, like this traditional German-style Maibock. And with those times comes a history lesson:

In Germany, beers are very seasonal and the deeper you get into winter, the darker and boozier the beers become. A Maibock is a transitional beer from the heavier winter beers and the light lagers and pilsners of the summertime.

Hofbräu Maibock has one of the longest pedigrees for this style and in 1614, they established a tradition that the first barrel is tapped at the Hofbräuhaus during the last week of April, in time for the “merry month of May.” (If you haven’t guessed it at this point, Mai is May in German.)

Our Maibock has notes of sweet bread balanced by slight spice and drying hop character. At 7% ABV, it’s full bodied with moderate carbonation and a crisp finish. It’s on tap in our tasting room and hitting the market as you’re reading this. Check our Beer Finder for availability near you. 



Sprint for Spat POSTPONED

As a result of the protests currently happening and scheduled for this weekend in Baltimore, we have decided, alongside the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults and the Oyster Recovery Partnership, to postpone Sunday’s race. 

Sprint for Spat has been rescheduled for Sunday, August 30 in the Fells Point Square. All current registrations will be honored and refunds for anyone who cannot make the new date will be issued via MissionTix. To request a refund, email support@missiontix.com

If you have additional questions, send us a message. 



Numero Uno

No requiere playa. That’s right; no beach required. 

Introducing Numero Uno Summer Cerveza, our just-released summer seasonal that begs for warm temps and long nights. Originally released as Agave Cerveza in the summer of 2014 as part of our Brewhouse Rarities program, it’s the artisanal answer to the easy-drinking, south-of-the-border slammers the younger versions of ourselves knew and loved.

Flaked maize makes up one third of the malt bill and highlights the distinctive corn and cracker flavor traditionally found in Mexican lagers. Agave is added at the end of the boil and the lime peel post-fermentation to impart a distinct, zesty character and a crisp, clean finish. Your new Summer Cerveza clocks in at 4.9% ABV.

Numero Uno is available now in all markets where Flying Dog is sold. To track some down near you, consult our Beer Finder.  




All of the glory. None of the guts. And all for two incredible causes.

The Oyster Recovery Partnership does more than make a mean oyster shooter (which are served at the Sprint for Spat 0.10K halfway hydration station). They are the leading nonprofit working to restore oysters in the Chesapeake Bay.

The oyster population in the Bay is a mere 1% of its historical peak, and oysters are an essential part of the Bay’s ecosystem. ORP plans, promotes, and implements science-based and sustainable shellfish restoration, aquaculture and wild fishery activities to protect the environment, support the economy, and preserve the cultural heritage of the Chesapeake. 

Here’s a look at the numbers:

  • For every $1 donated to ORP, about 50 oysters are planted back in the Bay
  • At ORP, 95% of all donations go directly to restoration.
  • More than 5.2 billion oysters have been planted on 1,700 acres of oyster reefs in Maryland, including the largest sanctuary in the United States. 
  • ORP also manages the largest Shell Recycling Alliance in the country and has trained more than 50 commercial watermen to grow oysters. 

Sprint for Spat 0.10K is back for a second year on Sunday, May 3 in Baltimore’s Fells Point Square. While the distance of the race may be a joke, the two organizations it benefits — the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults and the Oyster Recovery Partnership — are anything but. Tickets will sell out, so register now.


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