Dogfish Head and Atlas Obscura’s Off-Centered Ale Trail is the Ultimate Adventure for Beer Lovers

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Ale Trail map. Photo courtesy of Dogfish Head.

Sunshine, backyard barbecues and swimming – summer is here in full force, so it’s time to shake off the everyday and dive into the adventures this time of year has to offer. Dogfish Head has partnered with Atlas Obscura to bring beers lovers the ultimate vacation with The Off-Centered Ale Trail in celebration of their three newest canned brews.

With trails in 12 cities nationwide, The Off-Centered Ale Trail isn’t your average walk in the park. Locals and beer enthusiasts alike can explore unique locations inspired by Dogfish Head brews. Each trail gives adventurers the opportunity to wander off the beaten path, enjoy the natural wonders of each location, and experience life as not just a local, but also as an explorer.

Much like the destinations, Dogfish Head’s latest brews are Off-Centered as well, and their fresh ingredients are what make them shine. Blood orange and lemon flesh are slowly incorporated into the hops of their Flesh & Blood IPA for a rich flavor. Inspired by Maine and the Chesapeake Bay, Dogfish Head’s SeaQuench Ale is brewed with black lime and sea salt for a refreshing session sour, and their 60-Minute IPA brings forth a citrusy, hoppy flavor – an IPA lover’s favorite. With all three brews now available in a can, summer fun is at your fingertips.

Need more motivation to hit the trails? You can even earn an Ale Trail badge on Untappd. And who knows, you might get a chance to chat with the brew master behind it all, Sam Calagione, who will be checking out the trails himself. Click here to find a trail in your city or explore a completely new one. With dynamic, thriving cities like Denver, New York, Charlotte and Chicago, there’s plenty to see, do, and of course, drink. Cheers to that!

Ale Trail map. Photo courtesy of Dogfish Head.