Mystery Beer for Tuesday, October 1st

Speakeasy Double Daddy IPAUpdated: Wednesday, 9/25
This week’s Mystery Beer was: Double Daddy IPA from Speakeasy Ales & Lagers in San Francisco, CA.

From their website:

Doubling down on malt & hops, Double Daddy raises the stakes. With its good looks and no-limit style, DD takes the pot every time.

Style: Imperial India Pale Ale
Release Date: January, 2003
Alcohol Content: 8.5% by volume
Malts: Pale malted barley, English Munich Malts
Hops: 4 Varieties of Pacific Northwest Hops, 3 hop additions, including dry hopping
Yeast: Speakeasy Ale Yeast
Tasting Notes: Copper color. Huge hop aroma. Bitter, hoppy and warming alcohol on the palate. Finishes incredibly dry and clean for such a big beer.

This week, our Mystery Beer on tap is…

Style: Imperial IPA (BJCP Style 14C)
ABV: 8.5%
IBUs: unknown
Price: $5.25 / pint (tuesday only)

What’s a Mystery Beer?

Each Tuesday we’ll tap a beer, let you know the style, the Alcohol By Volume (ABV), and the International Bittering Units (IBU), and we’ll sell it at a special reduced price. What’s the catch? We won’t tell you the name of the beer, who brews it, or even the area that it’s brewed! You’ll have to wait until the next day to see the update on our website, our Facebook page, and our Twitter feed!

Enjoy the mystery!!