Making the World a Better Place at 6.5% ABV!
Dry Dock Brewing—a craft beer group based out of Aurora—has announced its annual charitable partnership. If you're interested in making a difference in your community AND getting tipsy on premium brews, then their Booty Boxes are a great way to do so.
Craft beer enthusiasts across Colorado won't need any further introduction to Dry Dock Brewing. Since opening its doors in 2005 as the first craft brewing company in Aurora, Dry Dock Brewing has gained national recognition for its lineup of creative flavors, expertly crafted brews, and eye-catching nautical theming. Every year, they partner with a different charitable organization through their Gives Program. In 2021, SafeHouse Denver is the recipient.
SafeHouse Denver is a domestic advocacy group that provides emergency shelter for men, women, and children who need help to escape abusive living situations. In addition to shelter, this amazing organization also provides consoling, advocacy support groups, a 24-hour crisis hotline, and a referral network for other organizations. Dry Dock Brewing's partnership means you can support the mission of this amazing charity by by enjoying their variety pack of select flagship beers and a Pirate's Pick!
A portion of revenue from every Booty Box sold by Dry Dock Brewing is going straight to SafeHouse Denver. In addition to supporting a noble cause, these Booty Box variety packs are the perfect way to sample Dry Dock Brewing's diverse lineup or to bring your hosting game to the next level when you've got guests over. Each Booty Box comes with 12 cans of beer across four different picks from Dry Dock Brewing's roster.
These Booty Boxes are also a good way to sample one of Dry Dock Brewing's latest creations: Peanut Butter Cup Porter. It tastes as good as it sounds, combining a smooth peanut butter flavor with hints of rich dark cacao for a brew that also doubles as a hearty dessert. Booty Boxes are available in select retailers across Colorado or they can be purchased from Dry Dock Brewing directly at one of their tasting rooms.
Whether you're Dry Dock obsessed (like us) or a relative newbie to Colorado's rich world of craft beer, these Booty Boxes are a chance to enjoy some amazing brews and support a worthy cause while you're at it. It's always inspiring to see companies directing resources to vulnerable groups, and the Gives Program partnership is a great example.
What's your favorite beer from Dry Dock Brewing? Sound off in the comments.