Brew Review – Clearwater Honey Cream Ale by Pair O’ Dice @pairodicebrew

I get to release a little exclusive news… Pair O’ Dice Brewing is about to start distribution in South Florida! Starting in a few weeks, their brews will be delivered to beer drinkers in Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade, and more.

Pair O’ Dice is based in Clearwater, a lovely town whose name is based on an ancient Tomoka word meaning “of course there’s no parking at the beach.” Their hometown is the basis and inspiration behind one of their year-round flagships and 1st canned releases, Clearwater Honey Cream Ale (Cream Ale, 5% ABV, 10 IBU).

It was meant to be a solid, light Florida beer, and it definitely is. As a cream ale, it’s pretty light in body with a big, malt nose and flavor. 

From there, POD added a great touch of Florida citrus and local honey. It’s not heavy at all, more of a soft touch of sweetness to add a little extra brightness to a great, sunny beer. 

I am going to heavily assume Clearwater Honey Cream will be one of the beers shipped down south. Regardless, you can meet and ask co-owners Ken and Julia yourself on their “Meet the Brewmasters” tour at the following places next week:

Tuesday, November 8th at the World Of Beer – Kendall from 6 – 9 p.m.

Wednesday, November 9th at The Brass Tap – Boynton Beach from 6 – 9 p.m.

Thursday, November 10th at The Mack House – Davie from 6 – 9 p.m.

Friday, November 11th at the Tipsy Boar – Hollywood from 6 – 9 p.m.

Come out and say hi. They’re good people. 

Drink Florida Craft,

Dave

@floridabeerblog

Floridabeerblog@gmail.com

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