What’s Brewing in Rehoboth?

What’s Brewing in Rehoboth?

One of the best things to enjoy after a hot day at the beach is an ice cold beer.  Of course, you could enjoy your beer in the comfort of your own home or vacation rental at the beach.  Or, you could head over to one of the breweries that Delaware has to offer.  Here are three breweries situated in Delaware that will sure to be a fun and refreshing post beach hang out.  

Dogfish Head Brewings and Eats

Since 1995, Dogfish Head has been brewing high quality beer year round for the people of Delaware.    They pride themselves on bringing the people great beer, food, and music at their Rehoboth location.  They also give tours of their facilities and have recently opened up a distillery above the Brewhouse to make vodka, rum, and gin.

Fun fact! They also give back!  Dogfish Head has a philanthropic program called “Beer and Benevolence.”  They work with local nonprofits in order to help the community around them to enhance the environment and encourage artistic advancement.  

Village Center Blvd, Milton, DE 19968

Hours:  11:00 am- 7:00 pm

Big Oyster Brewery

Big Oyster Brewery is a Craft Brewery in Rehoboth, Delaware.  It is located within Fins Ale House and Raw bar, and it also supplies its beers to two different restaurants in downtown Rehoboth.  Oyster Brewery is big enough to brew craft beer to the people of Delaware, but it’s small enough to have flexibility when choosing what beers to brew at any time.  They brew all different types of beer that will be sure to strike any beer drinker’s fancy.

19269 Coastal Hwy, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971

Hours:  11:00 am-1:00 am

Revelation Craft Brewing

Revelation Craft Brewing is a microbrewery that just opened on June 1st in Rehoboth. The brewery is located along Junction and Breakwater, and they are big supporters of the Delaware bikers.  They offer free browlers (growlers that fit in a bike’s water bottle holder) to any bikers who visit them.     

19841 Central St., Rehoboth Beach

Hours: 11am-11pm

Take some time and visit these Rehoboth Breweries.  You’ll definitely learn something, and I’m sure you’ll enjoy a seriously great brew.  

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