(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.

Original Red Menace Amber Ale

     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.

Great Divide Anniversary Double India Pale Ale

     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

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