Dry Dock Brewing Double Brown Ale and Double Hazelnut Brown Ale Hit Limited Distribution
(AURORA, CO) — Last weekend, Dry Dock Brewing Company debuted two new whiskey barrel-aged beers in its Signature Series, the Double Brown Ale and Double Hazelnut Brown Ale. During their first weekend out, these brand new beers were only available at Dry Dock’s new tasting room, Canoe Room at North Dock, located at 2801 Tower Road, Aurora, 80011.
Bombers of these beers will be available at Dry Dock’s original South Dock location at 15120 E Hampden Avenue in Aurora beginning today, Friday, October 31, and on liquor store shelves across the state starting this week. Less than 200 cases of each beer will be distributed.
There are complete beer descriptions with suggested food pairings below. For more information about the Signature Series beers, or with any other media inquiries, contact Emily Hutto at [email protected].
ABOUT DRY DOCK BREWING CO.
Dry Dock was the first brewery in Aurora that began as a small, speakeasy-style bar next door to its sister business, The Brew Hut homebrew supply shop, at 15120 E. Hampden Avenue. To-date, it’s one of Colorado’s top producing breweries, made possible by its production facility, North Dock, where Amber Ale, Hop Abomination IPA, Hefeweizen, and Apricot Blonde are canned. Dry Dock recently filled its 4th millionth can.
Find Dry Dock Brewing online at drydockbrewing.com. Follow the company on Facebook at facebook.com/DryDockBrewing and on Instagram and Twitter @DryDockBrewing.
Double Brown Ale
8% ALC/VOL 30 IBU
This winter warmer is a double-strength English brown ale with a nutty, caramel backbone and pronounced, earthy bitterness. Dry Dock Double Brown is aged in whiskey barrels, adding depth to its toasted flavor with a hint of chocolate and notes of walnut and plum.
food pairing suggestions: Roast pork, smoked sausage, smoked salmon. Aged Gouda cheese, almond or maple walnut cake, pear fritters, cashew brittle.
Double Hazelnut Brown Ale
8% ALC/VOL 30 IBU
This full-bodied Double Brown Ale is aged in whiskey barrels with added hazelnut, which creates its earthy, nutty complexity and caramel, toffee-forward aroma.
food pairing suggestions: Barbecued duck, pepper steak, spicy food or Thai food. Aged Gouda cheese, walnut cake, pecan ice cream.