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- Aggressive? Hoppy? You may think you know your American Pale Ales, but Breakwater stands out from the field. The combination of Chinook and Citra builds a rolling tide of tangerine and lemon-citrus flavors across your tongue, while the grain bill adds a slightly bready but subtle base. The hops sail right through the finish, leaving a dry character that lingers until your next sip, which usually doesn’t take too long. Very drinkable and very unique; a bit like our popular Chinook IPA taken to a whole new level. 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 Breakwater Pale Ale Pro Series All-Grain Kit Brewing Instructions Regional Style USA Original Gravity 1049 Total Time to Make 6 weeks
- 4.8 / 5.031 ReviewsVery Drinkable!This is the type of brew that everyone will like. My best brew so far. Highly recommend!March 14, 2017Purchased
1 year agoDeliciousI brewed this beer last April 2016 for a Memorial Day party. It was a hit, especially with the women. This is one of the best Northernbrewer kits I've brewed. The use of the Apricot puree, rather than just a flavoring, contributes a much fuller flavor to the beer.February 23, 2017Very good pale ale.Spot on style and a fast mover.June 17, 2016One of My Favorite Pale AlesNicely balanced citrus flavor and aroma from the Chinnook hops. Is one brew that will always be on my tap!February 8, 2016Favorite Pale AleThis is my favorite pale ale. I was doing partial mashes when I brewed this back in Feb. I used a recipe calculator to convert to partial mash. Only thing I changed was to add 1/4 lb of carapils and dry hopped with a full oz of Citra. Can't wait to do the all grain version. By far my favorite and best non-dark brew to date! Great balance of pine and fruit from the Chinook and Citra! I'm not alone...my brew partners love it, as do my non brewing friends!June 16, 2015First dry hopThis is my first dry hop and was concerned that the recipe would be too bitter.The final result is a incredibly aromatic and tasty light ale. Don't wait brew this today!Brewing my second batch next week. This will be a repeating brew for me.May 7, 2015Great BrewThis is a great pale... full of hop flavor and aroma. Nice bitter backbone but not enough to keep you from tasting the Citra... I will brew this one a lot.February 23, 2014Unbelievable!I have brewed somewhere in the neighborhood of 25 batches, and this is by far the best beer I have ever produced. The fruitiness of the hop flavor and aroma is amazing. It has the hop presence of a small IPA but is much lighter in body, making it easy (a little too easy) to have another pint. I really can't say enough about this kit. This is a beer I would order again and again at a bar. It will be my new house brew.February 22, 2014Great Session AleThis was my first All Grain Kit. It went well and tastes great. A very nice and easy but flavorful session ale. I replaced Citra dry hop with Chinook to make a single hop APAJanuary 12, 2014my favorite of all NB receipesThis brew has great taste with a great finish. The dry hopped cita gives it a unique taste I love. I always have some of this on tap!October 4, 2013
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