(Seattle,WA) Just a quick word to all of you that might have been considering heading over to Beveridge Place Pub for a chance to sample some of the award winning beers from Idaho. Due to issues with the kegs of Grand Teton’s Double India Pale Ale and a few other things (free stuff) the guys at BPP have canceled the event.
Instead as a silver lining to counteract the dark looming clouds outside, they are putting on a keg of Cask Conditioned ‘Oak-Aged’ Red Menace and the Great Divide Anniversary Double IPA. I spoke with Rob at the pub and he indicated that these would be going on around 6 tonight and who knows when they will be gone.
The normal Red Menace Amber as featured on both Ratebeer and Beeradvocate is fermented with a twist, in this case oak staves. Originally offered in Cask Form at the Brewery & Pub back on the 6th of this month, it will be available at Beveridge Place Pub tonight.
The Great Divide Anniversary Double IPA is a rare treat from the men and women of Colorado. As a way of showing their thanks for fifteen (15) wonderful years of support they have given birth to a 'wood aged' Double India Pale Ale. Keep in mind this is a schooner at best beer since this weighs in at 10.00% Alcohol by Volume.
Beveridge Place Pub
6451 California Avenue SW Seattle, WA 98136