Last year, we told you about Patagonia and New Belgium’s California Route lager, a collaborative beer made to mark the outdoor-clothing company’s 40th anniversary.

Now, Dogfish Head and American clothing company Woolrich are collaborating on a limited batch of custom beer and a nautical-inspired collection of clothing. The 4.5% ABV rye pale ale, called Pennsylvania Tuxedo, is brewed with spruce tips and named after the “head-to-toe red and black wool outfits that woodsmen wear in New England,” according to the press release. Pennsylvania Tuxedo will debut as draft-only at Analog-A-Go-Go, Dogfish’s music and beer festival, June 13 and 14 in Delaware.

But the two American-made companies didn’t stop the collabo at beer—Dogfish and Woolrich have created a nautical-inspired capsule collection, featuring a classic chambray men’s button-down, a women’s beach shirt, a 100 percent wool throw blanket, a beach hat, and a coozie.

Dogfish Head president Sam Calagione says,

“Dogfish and Woolrich have very similar DNA’s. We’re both family-owned, east coast companies committed to our communities, obsessed with celebrating nature and using the best natural ingredients we can get our hands on.”  

All we know is we really want to fall asleep at night wrapped tightly in a Dogfish head wool throw.

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