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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, July 11 - July 17, 1997 - 51 J BUSlN & REAL ESTATE - - Dogfish Head Craft Brewery bottles up grand opening Grand unveiling set July 12 at Nassau Commons headquarters By Jen Ellingsworth Something new is brewing in Lewes. Its ingredients are organic and natural, and include premium barley, hops and herbs. Soon you'll be able to enjoy it in new. 12-ounce bottles. Dogfish Head Brewings & Eats will unveil its latest edition, the Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, on Saturday, July 12 in the Nassau Commons off Route 1. Dogfish Head Brewings and Eats, a brewpub located on the Avenue in Rehoboth Beach. recently celebrated its second anniversary. The i:lemand for the establishment's beer is so great, Dogfish Head found itself with a pleasant dilemma. Dogfish Head President Sam Calagione said the new brewery will help the company meet the demand for its product. The brewery's owners include Cala- gione, restaurant manager John Rishko and brewmaster Jason Kennedy. 'Saturday's grand opening fes- tivities, which begin at 1 p.m., include tours of the facility and enterta.inment provided by Burn- ing Bus and Irish sensation Black 47. Tickets for the event are $10, which includes a pint glass. Dog- fish is also providing a" free "BreWery Express" trolley, which will depart from the Brewings & Eats location at 320 Rehoboth Avenue at 1 p.m., and bring glaests back after the show. The new 30-barrel microbrew- ery will be used solely for manu- facturing Dogfish Head's Shelter Pale Ale, Chicory Stout and Immort Ale. Dogfish Head is the first business in Delaware to own both a brewpub and a microbrew- ely. Calagione said that while the current Dogfish Head brewpub is capable of producing 10 barrels at a time. the new brewery will be able to process 100 barrels at once. "Our bottling line there fin Rehoboth) is cramped," said Cala- gione, "We need space. We're only able to-do about three bottles a minute on our bottling line there. We can do 50 bottles in here." While Dogfish will still produce beer for its Brewings & Eats loca- tion at that site, he said distribu- tion will take place from the new brewery site. Dogfish Head will also expand its current distribution, which spans Delaware and Philadelphia, to include New York, New Jersey Washington, D.C. and Maryland. Because the Dogfish Craft Brewery was built by its owners, the company was able to maintain its tradition of originality. "It's a nice position to be in," said Calagione. "We're sort of the 'David' of the 'David and Goliaths' of the brewery business. The fact that we"re not a turn-key operation enables us to stay true to our goals of creating original- style brew. "Because we're small, we can stay in the vein of a traditional brewery." The Dogfish style not only includes building its brewery from scratch (using converted dairy containers), but usmg cop- per-embossed wine labels instead Jen Ellingsworth photo Dogfish Head President Sam Calagione stands in front of the new craft brewery located in the Nassau Commons off Route 1 in Lewes. The brewery will have its grand opening on Sat- urday, July 12. of beer labels, and by using Calagione said the reasoning although a location has yet to be Delaware-grown barley in its behind the new 12-ounce bottles determined. Shelter Pale Ale. . is so that the beer will be more "Our first goal is to get the Dogfish Head also donates a convenient to store, microbrewery up and gofng," he portion of its proceeds from its Its unique style has earned Dog- said. "The second phase is anoth- Shelter Pale Ale to the Delaware fish Head kudo s by publications er brewpub location. We're not Crop Growers Organization, and such as "Ale Street News" and sure where yet, but we have a few uses Mexican coffee from Oby "Malt Advocate Magazine." people we're talking to in differ- Lee Roastery in Lewes for its The opening of the new craft ent areas." Chicory Stout and juniper berry brewery is the first phase of a two- For more information about the and organic vanilla from theFron- stage plan for Dogfish Head. grand opening of the Dogfish tier Herb Company for its Immort Calagione alluded to the fact that Head Craft Brewery, call 888- Ale. anbther brewpub is in the future, 8DOGFISH. Consider. remodeling kitchen to up price Finding it difficult to move you know what you want, choos- visiting kitchen showrooms for test of time. airy. Be aware of dark colors that around in your kitchen? Not enough workable counter space? Consider remodeling. Remodeling your kitchen is not only more pleasant, but can also add value to your home. Although the kitchen is one of the most popular rooms in the house, it might not be meeting your family's needs. Before decid- ing whether to r6model, ask your- self questions such as: How much time does my family spend in the kitchen? What are my meal prepa- ration needs? In other words, what fits my family's lifestyle best? Planning ahead can make your kitchen remodeling easy. Know- ing how you want to operate in your kitchen and what styles you prefer are important factors. Once ing appliances, countertops, cabi- nets and other amenities will. be easier. Before remodeling, consider I ; :.. REALTOR FOCUS | - ideas, or sending away for litera- ture offered by ,various home product companies. Design and home magazines are great sources for what trends are popular. The cost of remodeling your kitchen can vary. Many kitchen showrooms have designers, who, for a fee, can work up a design to meet your needs, based on your budget and preferences. A design- er may be helpful, for example, if you have specific space problems in your existing kitchen. When remodeling, keep in mind the cost of fancy appliances and highly personalized features will not necessarily be_recouped in a resale Using moderately priced materials of quality can achieve a new took, yet will withstand the Many home furnishing stores now have ready-to-assemble kits for kitchen cabinets and other items. Doing it yourself is an option that can save you money. For proper sizing and installation, you may choose to use the store's computer design service. Also, realize that cabinets will take up most of your remodeling budget. Another way to update your kitchen is through lighting design. Light plays an i .mportant role in defining the ambiance of your kitchen, Adding a window can make your kitchen a brighter, more pleasant workspace. If your kitchen has limited space, consider using a light- color scheme, as light colors tend to make a room look larger and more can make a kitchen look smaller. If you have children, you may want to consider easy-to-clean cabinets and floors. One of the easiest ways to change the look of your kitchen ts by upgrading a major appliance such as the refrig- erator. This is an effective way to add value to your home while creating a new look for your kitchen. Keep in mind, however, newer models of refrigerator and ranges may require different space than your old appliances did. REALTOR FOCUS is written by Ron Annett, president of the Sussex County Association of REALTORS. For more informa- tion, call 855-2300.