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Dad & Dude’s Releases Outta Luck Orange-Crushed Ale


Dad & Dude’s Releases Outta Luck Orange-Crushed Ale  in time for the Broncos vs Colts Game              

Today, January 9 at 4 PM, Dad & Dude’s Breweria (6730 S Cornerstar Way in Cornerstar Shopping Center) will release a special beer in time for the Sunday NFL playoff game between the Denver Broncos and the Indianapolis Colts. Outta Luck Orange-Crushed Ale is a lightweight, low-strength, easy to pound down beer of just 4% ABV that finishes incredibly fast.
 

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The beer’s pale malts provide a heartland charm that is quickly overtaken by a stampede of Colorado hops and a rush of crushed orange peel. These savvy additions unite lovers of all things orange and showcase the beer’s unstoppable, Colorado-grown strengths.

A beer that’s perfect for manning up from mainstream beers, Outta Luck’s flavors pair perfectly with pizza and victorious football games.

“Outta Luck,” says Dad & Dude’s brewing operations director Brian Connery, “is the first round draft choice you’ll never let go.”
 
      
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Developed through painstaking research, Outta Luck has a unique “reverse terroir” flavor feature that impacts people from a distant geographic location.

“Outta Luck Orange-Crushed Ale,” says Dad & Dude’s brewer Bard Nielsen, “has a distinctly bitter finish for people from Indiana. But beer drinkers in Colorado will find it very satisfying.”

Dad & Dude’s Breweria is one of the nation’s smallest brewpubs. House beers are made on a 1.5 barrel system that produces three 15.5 gallon kegs at a time. The family owned brewery/pizzeria combination was founded by Thomas “Dad” Hembree and son Mason “Dude” Hembree.

The company’s three packaged beers -- Dank IPA, Ryeot Red Ale and Leaves of Lemongrass Wit -- are available in fourpacks of 16-oz cans in 250+ stores across the metro Denver area.

Note: nothing in the Outta Luck beer or in this information is intended to offend or infringe on the trademarks of the National Football League. No, certainly not.

For more Dad & Dude’s details, interviews or other info contact Marty Jones at 720-289-9345 (cell) or marty@martyjones.net .

Or visit www.breweria.com and www.facebook.com/DadandDudes .





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