Dogfish Head Pairs Craft Beers And Pickles In New Restaurant

Dogfish Head Pairs Craft Beers And Pickles In New Restaurant

Pickle Shack is a new vegetarian gastropub that serves inventive pickles and a range of the brand's unique brews.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 4 november 2013

Shamus Jones, owner of artisan pickle maker Brooklyn Brine, opened up a vegetarian gastropub that serves creative pickle dishes, and beers by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery.

The Pickle Shack, located in Gowanus in Brooklyn, is a place for Brooklyn Brine to share its wide range of pickle products to a larger audience. In an article on Park Slope Stoop, Jones described the resto bar as their take on “a neighborhood pub with elevated fare.”

We’re going to have all kinds of crazy, new, and inventive pickles, killer sandwiches. We’re infusing the beer with seasonal and micro-seasonal herbs and fresh hops.

The restaurant features an open kitchen and an outdoor area. Aside from serving Dogfish Head beer, the restaurant also uses the brand’s brews to infuse pickles and condiments. Pickle Shack also has a nifty little device called a Randall that connects to the draft beer kegs and infuses any beer with fresh herbs and hops.

The two companies first collaborated last year on the Hop Pickle, a first of its kind made with Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA, caramelized onions and Cascade hops.


Brooklyn Brine

Images via Brooklyn Brine

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