For the beer-novice: Firkins are used to condition and serve cask ales -- beers that are unfiltered, naturally carbonated and use no CO2 or refrigeration.
These beers will only be available in the tap room and supplies are limited. Here's the full schedule:
Today: Raspberry Porter Thursday: Double Dry Hopped Double IPA Friday: Peanut Butter Cup Porter Saturday: Mango Pale Ale Sunday: Blake's Juniper Berry Wit
Each beer will be tapped at 3 p.m. and on Friday, Dry Dock will tap a second, to-be-announced firkin at 7 p.m.
Dry Dock recently announced plans for a major expansion; read about it here.
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