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- Blonde ale: pale, refreshing, balanced. Already a crowd-pleaser, but add in apricot and you’ve got one of Dry Dock Brewing Co.’s most popular beers. A very light, slightly sweet malt body is the foundation, accompanied by minimal hopping and classic American yeast. The secret here is using real apricot puree, which contributes fresh apricot flavor, additional body and a bit of fruity tartness. Some apricot extract added at bottling supports the flavor and extends it. The perfect end to a summer evening, or an excellent pair for a light almond pastry. Dry Dock Brewing Company of Aurora CO is one of the hottest up and coming breweries in the US. In the 6 years that it has been open, it has racked up more than a dozen World Beer Cup and Great American Beer Festival medals, including Small Brewing Company of the Year. But to try one of their amazing brews you’d have to live in the tiny section of Colorado they cater to. Good thing for the rest of us Dry Dock has worked closely with Northern Brewer to develop these Pro-Series beer kits. We’ve sourced the same ingredients and kept all the recipe particulars the same, just scaled down to your homebrewery. Enjoy!
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Beer Kit Yield 5 Gallons Recipe and Instructions Click Here for Dry Dock Paragon Apricot Blonde Pro-Series Extract Kit Brewing Instructions Regional Style USA Original Gravity 1055 Total Time to Make 6 weeks
- 5.0 / 5.03 ReviewsHighly RecommendBrewed this for my wife, who had discovered and loved Great South Bay's Blonde Ambition. Brewed per the recipe, with no changes. She likes this substantially better than the Blonde Ambition. Served from a keg, I have many people make this there first choice from two different kegs and about 20 different bottles to choose from.Will definitely brew this again.December 3, 2015January 28, 2016
- Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 2 answersInstead of adding the .75oz of cascade hops for 60 minutes, I added the whole ounce of hops for 60 minutes. Will this drastically affect this brew?BEST ANSWER: Howdy,
That will not drastically affect the brew, you might notice a slight increase in bitterness, but its fairly unlikely. I hope that this helps, let me know if you have any further questions!
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