Mystery Beer for Tuesday, October 29th

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This week’s Mystery Beer was:
Suede Imperial Porter from Stone Collaborations — 10 Barrel / Bluejacket / Stone .

From the Suede website:

9.6% ABV

When Parisi and Stone brewmaster Mitch Steele decided to collaborate, it was essential that they tap a special individual to complete their triad of fermentation domination, and they found just that in Tonya Cornett, the brewmaster at Bend, Oregon’s 10 Barrel Brewing Company. Together, they decided on a sturdy yet velvety base of imperial porter and developed a plan to celebrate the bounty of the environs in which it was produced by harvesting avocado honey, jasmine and calendula flowers (some from our very own Stone Farms) and infusing them into the beer to create something complex and uniquely Southern Californian. Consider it craft cross-pollination at its finest.

This week, our Mystery Beer on tap is…an Imperial Porter, in anticipation of International Stout Day. (Yes, Stout Day also includes recognition of the Porter styles.) Come in Tuesday for an 8oz pour at a special price! But come get it Tuesday…we’ll be taking it off tap Tuesday night to save it for our Stout Day celebration on November 7th!

Style: Imperial Porter (BJCP 12C)

ABV: 9.6%
IBUs: Unknown
Price: $5.50 / 8oz

Tuesday only price. Pricing includes sales tax.
Sorry, no tasters and no samples — you have to commit to the mystery. 

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!!