Dry Dock Brewing Apricot Blonde
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- Golden / Blonde Ale
- Colorado, United States
- Tasting Notes
- Stone Fruit, Fruity, Intense
- Food Pairing
- Cheese - Fresh & Soft, Duck & Game Bird
- Suggested Glassware
- Pint Glass
A misty golden blonde ale fermented with shiploads of fruit. A crisp, clean finish and just enough apricot to make this a favorite. Combine with sunshine and friends for full effect.View all products by Dry Dock
First brewed in 2006. Dry Dock's best-selling flagship ale is sweet and fruit-forward with a dry finish. A misty golden blonde ale, Dry Dock Apricot Blonde is fermented with shiploads of fruit. A crisp, clean finish and just enough apricot to make this a favorite. Not just your average fruity ale, Dry Dock Apricot Blonde won Gold at the Great American Beer Festival Gold Medal in the Fruit Beer Category (2012)
Dry Dock Brewing Co. is a speakeasy that hasn't stopped growing. The brewery was Aurora, Colorado's first when the owners expanded their homebrew shop over a decade ago. They named the brewery after their love of nautical history. By word of mouth, the 900-square-foot brewery established itself early on as a community gathering place, and Aurora's microbrewery. More than just a fan favorite, Dry Dock is one of the state's most award-winning breweries. Since its opening, the company has won 23 Great American Beer Festival© medals, the prestigious Brewers Association's Small Brewery of the Year award, and seven World Beer Cup© awards.
The hazy, blonde appearance is just as appealing as the bright, ripe apricot nose. The effervescent carbonation rounds out the fruit flavors and slight notes of honey. Dry Dock Apricot Blonde is only available seasonally, so enjoy this brew while you can! For an optimal experience, pair Dry Dock Apricot Blonde with lighter foods such as chicken, salads, salmon, bratwurst, Monterey jack cheese, light apricot cake or lemon custard tart