Speakeasy Prohibition Ale

This Speakeasy Prohibition Ale had a slightly bitter aftertaste, but it tasted sweet while sipping. 4:44PM PT

Speakeasy Prohibition Ale (20150213) - bottle

The Prohibition Ale slightly smelled as it should (an ale). The taste was slightly bitter, it had a grassy ale taste. It's been a while since I've had a proper beer such as this one. 7:42PM PT

Unfortunately, my final experience with the beer was poor, because it was a little sour and warm. 8:45PM PT.

Speakeasy Prohibition Ale (20170204) - draft in a glass, half full

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Speakeasy Prohibition Ale

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Prohibition Ale | Speakeasy Ales & Lagers (BeerAdvocate.com)
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Prohibition Ale

Speakeasy Prohibition Ale (20140213) - back of bottle

Prohibition Ale is the first beer we bootlegged back in 1997. Anything but traditional and now a GABF winning brew (2013–American Amber/Red Category), Prohibition 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. Mouth-feel is creamy, with a silky, medium body and modest carbonation.

Style – American Amber Ale
ABV – 6.1% ABV
IBU – 50 IBU
Malt – Two Row Pale, CaraMunich, Crystal Malt
Hops – Chinook, Columbus, Cascade, Centennial
Availability – Year-round
Formats – Draft, 12oz. & 22oz. bottles

For the carnivore: Prohibition Ale's sweet, toasted and fruity profile will pair beautifully with fall-off-the-bone ribs or BBQ brisket. Try in place of red wine as the perfect companion for medium rare steak or roasted game.
Vegetarian: Prohibition is a fantastic match for fire-roasted tomato dishes or butternut squash.
Cheese pairing: A beer that is meant for cheese, try with an aged English cheddar or Spanish manchego.

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