Monday, August 24, 2009

Details on the Speakeasy launch Wednesday the 26th.

In late-breaking Pacific Standard news, we'll be hosting a launch of the fantastic but never-before-seen-in-New York City San Francisco brewery Speakeasy on Wednesday night. We'll have two beers, the Big Daddy IPA and the Prohibition, on tap all night for $1 off. The descriptions:

Speakeasy Prohibition Ale (San Francisco, CA; $6/16 oz). Speakeasy's signature beer is a defining American-style amber ale. It balances English caramel malts with three different varieties of bold Pacific Northwest hops, each added three times, including dry-hopping. 6.1% ABV.

Speakeasy Big Daddy IPA (San Francisco, CA; $6/16 oz). Big Daddy pours a pale color, with strong hop aromas. The taste is dry and crisp, with the emphasis on the bountiful additions of Pacific Northwest hops, though there's a subtle pale malt presence in the background. 6.5% ABV.

Come by to be one of the first New Yorkers to drink Speakeasy on tap. You won't be sorry, trust us.

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