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Speakeasy Syndicate No. 3 22oz
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united by barrels and graceful age, Syndicate No. 03 is ready to break
from the shadows. This rare barrel-aged beer features a blend of seven
different strong ales matured between 13-37 months in bourbon barrels.
Syndicate No. 03 will be released in our Tap Room this Friday, December
11, at 1pm. Then it will be shipped to a limited number of U.S. states
(see list below).
Every barrel in our collection was sampled and carefully considered to
create an extraordinary blend. Together they form a unique, elegant,
delicious, and complex beer, that won’t be repeated.
Scarface Imperial Stout, aged 13 months (46%)
Imperial Black Hand, aged 37 months (18%)
Experimental Stout II, aged 20 months (12%)
Experimental Stout III, aged 19 months (11%)
Imperial Payback Porter, aged 19 months (10%)
Scarface Imperial Stout with Philz Coffee, aged 13 months (2%)
Joe’s Ale of Strength, aged 18 months (1%)
The beer pours black as night with a golden brown head. Aromas of
vanilla, coffee, oak, molasses, licorice, dark chocolate, and toffee,
rise from the glass. Upon first sip, chocolate and coffee flavors
continue to build, coalescing with raisins, dates, currants, a touch of
black pepper, and tobacco. This beer is dessert, reminiscent of rum cake
and tiramisu, but it’s not overly sweet. It’s balanced, creamy, medium
to full bodied, with a toasty finish at 10.5% ABV.
Syndicate No. 03 will be sold in bottles and on draft at our Tap Room on
Friday, December 11, beginning at 1pm. It will start arriving in stores
the following week, first in the San Francisco Bay Area, then
throughout a select number of U.S. states. We recommend aging Syndicate
No. 03 for at least six months. It will reveal new flavors and
complexity over time. Serve the beer at 50-55° to enjoy its full
WARNING: Drinking distilled spirits, beer, coolers, wine and other alcoholic beverages may increase cancer risk, and, during pregnancy, can cause birth defects. For more information go to http://www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/alcohol.