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Cascade Apricot Ale
United States - Oregon - Ashland

Apricot is a blend of sour blond ales that were aged in oak wine barrels for up to 14 months. Unfruited sour blond ale is barrel aged for over seven months before adding in more than 13,000 pounds of fresh apricots in tanks and barrels for an additional seven months of aging. The Apricot project has been pivotal in the evolution of Cascade Brewing’s identity as a producer of Northwest sour ales since 2007.
ABV 7.2% 1,465 Cases Produced.

Color: Golden straw with a white head
Nose: Dried apricots, apricot skins, apricot preserves
Mouthfeel: Light bodied with high effervescence
Flavor: Fresh apricots and preserves, lightly kilned malts, hints of oak

Specifications
Availability
Seasonal
Style
Sour
ABV
7.2%
Aging
15 months in Oak Barrels
Special Ingredients
Fresh Apricot
Serving Temperature
45-55 °F
Glassware
Snifter
Packaging
bottles & draft

Producer Information: Cascade Brewing

Cascade Brewing is a pioneer of the NW style sour beer movement. Their blending house currently houses more than 1,400 French oak, Kentucky Bourbon and Northwest wine barrels – plus nine ...
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