Mule News: Dogfish Head’s New Beer Case Doubles As A Cooler

One Of The OG's Of The Craft Scene Keeps Innovating

Dogfish Head has long been an innovator in the craft beer game, and their latest release is no exception.

The box for their Head-Off-Center summer tasting pack is constructed from wet-strength paperboard: type of material specifically engineered to withstand moisture—and is designed to hold ice and water for six hours without ripping or collapsing. Perforated seams in the cardboard allows you to rip off a portion of the top of the box, then open up the remaining flaps to make the package even taller, allowing you to load it up with ice with ease.

Like all great design it’s simple, and it solves a problem. We’ve all suffered the indignity of showing up to a party with an already-full cooler, or stuffing beers in the freezer only to end up drinking them either too hot or too cold.

The 12-pack features cans of Dogfish Head’s 60 Minute IPA, Lupu-Luau IPA, the sour SeaQuench Ale, and the Belgian-style Namaste White. Each box comes with a koozie, because that beer is going to be ice-cold.