Mystery Beer for Tuesday, June 24th
The style of this week’s Mystery Beer is a Scotch Ale; specifically a Strong Scotch Ale (BJCP 9E) or “wee heavy”. Category 9 of the 2008 Beer Judge Certification Program (BJCP) Style Guidelines includes 4 different types of Scotch Ales with one of the main differences between them being alcohol content. (No scotch is used in the making of beers in this category.) The Strong Scotch Ale style has the highest alcohol by volume of the four, and these beers come in at 6.5% – 10% abv. Our Mystery Beer weighs in at 7.7% abv with an unknown IBU and a Tuesday only price of $5.00/pint (inc tax).
Many of you may have first enjoyed a Scotch Ale here with us when we had the very popular Old Chub from Oskar Blues on tap. We can assure you that this Mystery Beer is not Old Chub but instead is an opportunity to try another great beer in this style category.
Come in Tuesday for a pint! The identity of this beer will be kept secret throughout the day (please don’t post your guess), but on Wednesday we’ll post what it is to our website, Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram!
Sorry, no tasters and no samples — you have to commit to the mystery — but you can get an 8oz pour.
What’s a Mystery Beer?
Each Tuesday we’ll tap a beer, let you know the style, the approximate Alcohol By Volume (ABV) and 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 or who brews it! You’ll have to wait until the next day to see the update on to our website, Facebook, Twitter, & Instagram!
Enjoy the mystery!!
Pricing reflected above is a Tuesday only price. Cannot be combined with additional/other discounts. All pricing posted includes sales tax.