Apricot Ale from Cascade Brewing

Apricot Ale

By: Cascade Brewing

Product Description: Cascade Brewing - Apricot Ale - 750 ml Bottle

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  • Size: 750 ml Bottle
  • Type: American Wild Ale
  • Alcohol Content: 8.50% ABV
  • Region: Portland, Oregon
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Tasting Notes: Aromas of Sweet Apricot Blossoms and Tart Fruit are present as you draw the glass near. Deep, rich Apricot Flesh, then tart Apricot notes dance on the palate and lead to a sweet Apricot Flesh finish with a lingering fruit tartness.

What's on the bottle...

This NW style sour ale is a blend of blond ales aged in oak barrels for up to 12 months, then aged on fresh apricots for an additional eight months.

More from the brewer

This hand-packaged and bottle-conditioned sour ale should be served at 40 deg F.

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