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Turbo Dog

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Turbodog® is a dark brown ale brewed with pale, caramel, and chocolate malts and Willamette hops. This combination gives Turbodog® its rich body and color and a sweet chocolate, toffee-like flavor. Turbodog® began as a specialty ale, but has gained a huge, loyal following and has become one of our flagship brews. This ale pairs well with most meats and is great served with hamburgers or sausages. It is a good match with smoked fish and can even stand up to wild-game dishes. Turbodog® is also great for marinating and braising meats and cooking such things as cabbage and greens. Colby, Gloucester, Cheddar and blue cheeses go nicely with Turbodog®. It's perfect with spicy Louisiana jambalaya or Spanish paella. Some even like it paired with chocolate!
Factsheet:
Brewery: Abita Brewing Co
Alcoholpercentage: 5.6 %
Best temperature: ? º
Color: Brown
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