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Speakeasy Ales & Lagers Releases Suspects & Accomplices Variety Pack


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When craft beer aficionados think of summer, they’re dreaming of delicious cold beers overflowing with complexity and lush aromas with an ABV just right for long warm days enjoyed with family and friends. Fresh cut grass, pine, melon, juicy grapefruit, and tangerine are among the tasting notes from the madcap team of brewers at Speakeasy Ales & Lagers for their summer seasonal variety pack, “Suspects & Accomplices.” This summer, Speakeasy Ales & Lagers unites the brewery’s original members of The Mob, Prohibition Ale and Big Daddy IPA, with their full-flavoured session beers, Baby Daddy Session IPA and Pop Gun Pilsner, for an enticing mix-pack with an array of bold flavours. Four exceptional beers in 12 oz. can make for the perfect summer day.

For detailed beer descriptions of the four brews included in the “Suspects & Accomplices” variety pack, please see below:

Prohibition Ale (6.1 % ABV)

Prohibition Ale is the first beer Speakeasy Ales & Lagers bootlegged back in 1997. Anything but traditional and now a Gold Medal winning GABF brew (2013 — American Amber/Red Category), Prohibition Ale pours a deep reddish amber hue with a fluffy tan head that leaves a beautiful lacing on the glass. A lush, complex aroma teases the senses with juicy grapefruit, citrus, pine, spice and candied caramel malts. The mouth-feel is creamy, with a silky, medium body and modest carbonation.

Big Daddy IPA (6.5% ABV)

Big Daddy IPA is a hophead's delight, a generously dry-hopped yet surprisingly drinkable American-style India Pale Ale. Poured into a standard American pint glass, the beer is a golden straw colour, with light carbonation and a slightly off-white head that leaves a lovely lacing. The aroma and flavor is earthy and resinous with subtle notes of fresh bread.

Read More at Source: Brewbound