This could get messy.

Hair of the Dog is back with Bangkok’s biggest craft beer event of the year on Feb 15.
 
Taking place at Hair of the Dog’s roomier Phrom Phong outlet (593/27 Sukhumvit Soi 33/1), DogFest 2020 is a beer geek’s dream come true. This year’s edition will feature 39 taps across five floors and over 50 beers total—the extras will go on tap whenever kegs run dry. Each floor will feature a live tap wall, so you can easily find your favorite beer.
 
Expect a variety of top-rated beers from around the world. Those include Collective Arts’ Origin of Darkness—a limited-edition series of imperial stouts made in collaboration with six different breweries that have been aged in bourbon barrels for nearly two years—and Grimm’s Noon Moon, an imperial milk stout that tastes like a banana and Nutella crepe. If those sound too heavy, go for one of the many highly rated IPAs on tap, from piney West Coast-style beers to hazy, juicy New England IPAs from the likes of Garage Project, Lervig and Belching Beaver.
 
Purchase of a ticket (B1,300 advanced via Eventbrite/B1,500 at the door) gives you access to every floor and all the beers you can handle. It also allows you to come and go as you please.
 
Capacity is limited to 150, and advanced tickets are only available to the first 100.
 
For more information, go to hairofthedogbkk.com or the Facebook event page.