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  • Flying Dog Easy IPA

    Flying Dog Easy IPA

    Aromas of grapefruit and subtle spice meld into lemon and pine hop notes balanced with crisp cracker malt.

    Pair this American IPA with barbeque, Mexican or spicy Asian dishes or just have on hand for mowing the lawn and anything else that calls for a light, yet flavourful, beer.

    • ABV: 4.7%
    • Size (Bottles): 24 x 355ml
    • Size (Cans): 24 x 355ml
    • Draught: 30 Litre (Keykeg Coupler)
    • Style: IPA
  • Flying Dog Doggie Style

    Flying Dog Doggie Style

    It's the beer that the New York Times ranked as #1 in the USA, the classic Pale Ale is a brilliant-amber in colour and dry hopped with buckets full of Cascades for an unrivalled hop flavour and aroma. This is a true representation of an American-style Pale Ale.

    • ABV: 5.5%
    • Size (Bottles): 24 x 355ml
    • Draught: 30 litre keg (Keykeg Coupler)
    • Style: American Style Pale Ale
  • Flying Dog Snake Dog IPA

    Flying Dog Snake Dog IPA

    A Colorado-style IPA, power hopped with speciality hops from the Pacific Northwest. This is the brewery's hop monster and the citrus fruit aroma will hypnotise the senses!

    • ABV: 7.1%
    • Size (Bottles): 24 x 355ml
    • Size (Cans): 24 x 355ml
    • Style: American IPA
  • Flying Dog Raging Bitch

    Flying Dog Raging Bitch

    One of the most talked about beers in years, Flying Dog's 20th Anniversary beer jumps out of the glass and nips at your taste buds! An American IPA augmented with Belgian yeast, Raging Bitch is dangerously drinkable and has a delicate hop bitterness.

    • ABV: 8.3%
    • Size (Bottles): 24 x 355ml
    • Size (Cans): 24 x 355ml
    • Style: Belgian style IPA
  • Flying Dog Gonzo Imperial Porter

    Flying Dog Gonzo Imperial Porter

    Gonzo Imperial Porter is mysteriously dark with a rich and malty body, intense roasted flavours, and a surprisingly unique hop kick. With Gonzo weighing in at 9.2% Abv, it will bite you in the ass if you don't show it the proper respect.

    • ABV: 9.2%
    • Size (Bottles): 24 x 355ml
    • Style: Imperial Porter
  • Numero Uno Agave Cerveza

    Numero Uno Agave Cerveza

    This beer was originally released in the summer of 2014 as part of Flying Dog's Brewhouse Rarities series. It's the artisanal answer to the easy-drinking, south-of-the-border light lagers - so drink up; there's no beach required!

    • ABV: 4.9%
    • Size (Cans): 24 x 355ml
    • Style: Mexican Lager
  • Flying Dog Bloodline IPA

    Flying Dog Bloodline IPA

    Originally a small-batch release, Bloodline is brewed with blood orange peel and blood orange juice and hits the perfect balance between citrus sweetness and bitterness. 

    Bloodline begins with huge grapefruit on the nose then a delicate balance of citrus sweetness and bitterness.

    • ABV: 7%
    • Size (Cans): 24 x 355ml
    • Style: IPA

Flying Dog At A Glance

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The Year of the Snake Dog IPA

Through fear, man has come to know the serpent. It is crafty. It has conviction. Drink, our brethren, and celebrate the Year of the Snake.

Flying Dog's resident hop monster - big citrus hop aroma with caramel malt, perfect for pairing with spicy Mexican or Thai foods.

The Gonzo Connection

The Gonzo Connection

Amongst a host of other exploits, Hunter S. Thompson and Flying Dog founder George Stranahan rode motorcycles, shot guns, talked politics, got drunk and blew shit up.

Hunter’s greatest contribution to Flying Dog was introducing George to Ralph Steadman, the sick and twisted Gonzo artist behind all the label art. Ralph’s first label - for Road Dog Porter - threw Flying Dog into a five year legal battle over the words “Good Beer, No Shit”. The minute the beer was yanked from the shelves in certain parts America for profanity, Flying Dog knew they'd found their guy.

The Flying Dog Story

The Flying Dog Story

In 1990, George Stranahan founded the Flying Dog Brewpub in Aspen, Colorado. From that brewpub to a full-fledged Denver brewery in 1994, and then on to the current state-of-the-art brewing facility in Frederick, Maryland, Flying Dog continues - somehow - to make sense.