I just received this from their newsletter: *** This June, we’re releasing Rosabi, a well-hopped imperial pale ale brewed with musician Julianna Barwick. As a bonus, an exclusive run of 1,000 cases will be packaged with a 10-inch record of original songs that Julianna composed using sounds from our expanded brewery. After Julianna visited Dogfish Head late last year, our founder Sam challenged her to compose an album tracing the creation of a beer. To do so, we gave her recordings of our new equipment at work – from brewing, through fermentation, filtration and bottling – and she layered those sounds into four new songs. “I just love Julianna’s sonic palette,” says Sam. “Her layered style reminds me of the art of brewing. Her songs are beautiful but completely unconventional, just as our beer recipes are completely nontraditional. But in the end, they are both distinct and find an adventurous community of enthusiasts." The vivid rose hue of Rosabi comes from a combination of Munich and Caramel malts and a touch of red rice from Julianna’s home state of Louisiana. Citrusy Simcoe and Centennial feed Julianna’s love of hops, and the star of the show is her go-to ingredient: wasabi. The Japanese root adds bittering and herbal notes similar to hops, with its subtle heat creeping in after the kick of carbonation.