Strike Brewing Co. Releases Santa Cruz Skateboards Classic Dot Blonde

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San Jose, CA — Strike Brewing Co. announced today that they are releasing the much anticipated Santa Cruz Classic Dot Blonde Ale into the Santa Clara County market.

Previously, Classic Dot Blonde has only available in the Santa Cruz County, where it was released over the summer. The recipe for “Classic Dot Blonde Ale” was developed in partnership with Santa Cruz Skateboards specifically to be a crisp, session beer for skateboarders or anyone who enjoys outdoor fun and a great tasting, refreshing beer.

“We’ve had requests for the Strike Santa Cruz Classic Dot from all over the United States and even abroad since we launched”, said Jenny Lewis, CEO at Strike Brewing Co. Andrew Cannon at Santa Cruz Skateboards added, “Strike Brewing Co. makes great beer and we didn’t want to partner with just anyone.”

The “Classic Dot Blonde Ale” will be available throughout Santa Clara County, available to stores, restaurants, and bars and at the Strike Brewing Co. brewery and warehouse taproom where the beer is brewed.

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