Dry Dock Brewing Company Releases 2015 Imperial Pumpkin Ale

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AURORA, CO— Pumpkin season is upon us! On Thursday, August 6, Dry Dock Brewing Company will release its famed Imperial Pumpkin Ale at Canoe Room at North Dock at 2pm.

This will be the third year that Dry Dock’s Imperial Pumpkin is packaged in 22-ounce bombers. “This beer is a beefier version of the classic Half Moon Pumpkin Ale,” says Dry Dock’s Director of Brewing Operations Doug Hyndman. “When we brew this beer, the brewery smells like Savory Spice’s pumpkin spice blend for a few weeks.”

This spiced Imperial Pumpkin Ale is Autumn in a glass. Real pumpkin added into the mash brings a rich, smooth base to this copper-colored ale. Saigon and Indonesian cinnamons, nutmeg, ginger, allspice, mace and cloves spark thoughts of all of the gruesome things that make fall such a special time of year. Imperial Pumpkin Ale weighs in at 9 percent ABV and 24 IBU. Pair this beer with roasted turkey, garlic mashed potatoes, spicy chili, and chocolate truffles for dessert.

Imperial Pumpkin Ale will tap at Canoe Room at North Dock on Thursday, August 6 at noon. The beer will be available on draft and in 22-ounce bombers through the weekend. Find Imperial Pumpkin Ale at South Dock and in Colorado liquor stores the following week.

If you’d like images, a beer label, or any other information about the Imperial Pumpkin Ale, contact Bill Casadei at billc@drydockbrewing.com.


Dry Dock Brewing Company was the first brewery in Aurora, Colorado that opened next door to its sister business, The Brew Hut, at 15120 E. Hampden Avenue in 2005. Dry Dock is now one of Colorado’s top producing breweries made possible by its second production facility, North Dock, the closest Colorado craft brewery to the airport. Dry Dock will celebrate its 10th anniversary in October.

Follow the company on Facebook at facebook.com/DryDockBrewing and on Instagram and Twitter @DryDockBrewing.

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