Dogfish Head founder Sam Calagione and Boston Beer founder Jim Koch have teamed up to make an unusual beer for SAVOR, the Brewers Association's annual beer and food pairing event. The beer, called SAVOR Flowers, is made with rosewater, dried lavender, hibiscus, jasmine and rosebuds. The beer also was aged in the same bourbon barrel that Koch used to age the first batch of Samuel Adams Triple Bock in 1993. "Sam and I had a great time gathering those ingredients, and I am excited to collaborate with such an innovative brewer on this beer for SAVOR," Koch said in a prepared statement. Calagione added: "Jim is the godfather of craft beer, and he's got unbelievable ideas about what beer can be, along with the knowledge and palate to make those crazy beer dreams come true." SAVOR Flowers will be available exclusively to those attending the SAVOR event June 3-4 at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. The dinner is sold out.