It's no secret that I'm a beer lover. In fact, I'm probably more like a beer snob. I don't drink the commercial domestic stuff. My beer fridge is packed with random goodness, mostly from microbreweries.
My fascination with microbrews has turned into an obsession. And, at the top of that obsession list is Dogfish Head.
For those of you still sucking back Buds, Dogfish Head is located in Rehoboth Beach, DE and its motto is "Off-centered ales for off-centered people."
The brews aren't for lighthearted beer drinkers. They are packed with flavor, hops and overall beer goodness (not to mention fairly a high APV.)
I've tried just about every single Dogfish flavor available in the Greater Boston market. I'm so obsessed that I have a couple of Dogfish glasses and some DF gear on the way (office stuff and some other things).
So today, when I got the confirmation that I am going to interview Sam Calagione, the founder of Dogfish Head beer, I felt like a kid on Christmas morning.
Yes, I realize that I'm professing my fanboy love for Dogfish, but that's ok. There's nothing wrong with being a brand enthusiast (looking at you, Apple fanboys).
I plan on creating enough content for both Wired's Geekdad blog, Technorati as well as my blog. But, before I conduct the interview, what questions would you like answered (especially if you're a microbrew beer lover)?
Thanks in advance for the help and ideas!