Friday, May 29, 2015

Speakeasy Ales & Lagers to Celebrate 18 Years, Expansion & Release of Baby Daddy IPA

Courtesy of Speakeasy Ales & Lagers
San Francisco, CA - 5/29/2015

Speakeasy Ales & Lagers is turning 18 and throwing an epic party at their San Francisco brewery on June 20th from 1-6pm. The event will not only toast their birthday, but also the release of their first beer in a can, Baby Daddy IPA, and their tremendous expansion. Attendees will be able to soak up the sun, nosh on delicious local food, tour the new brewhouse, and listen to live music.
General admission and Godfather VIP Club tickets are now on sale. All attendees will receive a collectible anniversary glass and enjoy unlimited tastings. In addition to Baby Daddy IPA, Speakeasy will be pouring Blind Tiger Imperial IPA, Untouchable IPA, Black Hand Chocolate Milk Stout, and Double Daddy IPA, just to name a few beers. There will be many more!

Tours of Speakeasy’s new brewhouse will start every 30 minutes between 1:30 and 4:00pm, and will be led by Speakeasy’s Director of Brewing, Kushal Hall, and Lead Brewer Joe Smith. Guests can learn about the expansion, see the new equipment, and ask questions.

In addition to the beer, delicious local food will be available for purchase from Wes Burger Pop-up, Front Porch Southern Home Cooking, Memphis Minnie's BBQ, and the Voodoo Van. Speakeasy beer may even find it’s way into the ingredients. Musical entertainment will be announced at a later date.

For more information and tickets visit the event website. Follow Speakeasy on Facebook and Twitter to get event updates.
Courtesy of Speakeasy Ales & lagers
Since 1997, a wily band of bootleggers led by homebrewer Forest Gray were inspired to bring their exceptional brews from the underground to the masses, defiantly producing small batches of beer in a secret warehouse in San Francisco. Starting with a single, iconic beer, Prohibition Ale, Speakeasy now brews a wide array of acclaimed beers including Big Daddy IPA, Payback Porter, Double Daddy, Scarface Imperial Stout and many more, which are distributed across the entire West Coast and other major U.S. markets.

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