AURORA, CO— Dry Dock Brewing Company will release the Double Hazelnut Brown Ale tomorrow. This full-bodied Double Brown Ale was aged in whiskey barrels for 10 months, imparting notes of vanilla and oak. It has added hazelnut, which creates its earthy, nutty complexity and caramel, toffee-forward aroma. It weighs in at 8 percent ABV with 30 IBUs.
Double Hazelnut Brown Ale will tap at Canoe Room at North Dock at 2801 Tower Road, Aurora, 80011 on Thursday, October 1 at 2pm. It will be available on draft and in bombers at North Dock throughout the weekend. Double Hazelnut Brown Ale will then be available at South Dock and in liquor stores across Colorado in mid-October. Less than 200 cases of this beer will be distributed throughout the state.
Double Hazelnut Brown Ale first debuted in 2014 as part of the Signature Series, a collection of barrel-aged double and imperial beers. It is the third of six Signature Series beers that Dry Dock will release in 2015.
There is a complete beer description with suggested food pairings below. For more information about the Signature Series beers, or with any other media inquiries, contact Emily Hutto at email@example.com.
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, Thai food, aged Gouda cheese, walnut cake, pecan ice cream.
ABOUT DRY DOCK BREWING CO.
Dry Dock Brewing Company was the first brewery in Aurora, Colorado that began as a small speakeasy-style bar next door to its sister business, The Brew Hut, at 15120 E. Hampden Avenue. To-date, it’s one of Colorado’s top producing breweries made possible by its second production and canning facility North Dock, the closest Colorado craft brewery to the airport. Dry Dock will celebrate its 10th anniversary next month.
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