Social Kitchen The Seventy Five

 


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RATINGS: 3   MEAN: 3.47/5.0   WEIGHTED AVG: 2.99/5   SEASONAL: Special   EST. CALORIES: 225   ABV: 7.5%
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10BBL Batch brewed at Social Kitchen in Collaboration with Southpaw BBQ. A new collaboration beer created by Kim Sturdavant of Social Kitchen & Brewery and Phil Cutti of Southpaw BBQ. Their recipe had to incorporate 75 ingredients, not one more or less (named for the type 75 beer license they both have). Once all the ingredients were acquired, they made the beer at Social Kitchen & Brewery and it went on tap there on 5/31/13. Although both brewers are pleased with the results, don’t expect it to be made again. 34 grains, 15 adjuncts, 17 hops, 4 sugars, 2 yeasts, 2 salts, water...

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nellycale (213) - Caledonia, Minnesota, USA - JUL 8, 2013
Om tap at Social Kitchen. Pours deep dark mahogany with low white ring of head, with strong lacing. Aromas of Belgian yeast, chalky dark roasted malts, some dark fruits. Medium body with some texture.. Tasye of.coriander, allspice, Belgian yeasts,dark fruits, toasted malts and some cereal. Decent beer ---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone

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deekyn (1459) - San Francisco, California, USA - JUL 3, 2013
A - pours deep dark mahogany with low white ring of head, with strong lacing. S - Belgian yeast, chalky dark roasted malts, light dark fruits and chalky chocolate. M - light medium body with some texture. Strong carb. Bitter hoppy end. T - taste follows the nose.coriander, allspice, Belgian yeasts, chalky chocolate, dark fruits, toasted malts and some grains. O - good dark malty Belgian with bitter hoppy end. 3.4

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Nuffield (4185) - Roseville, Minnesota, USA - JUN 28, 2013
Wow--75 ingredients, and if you look at the recipe for it, it strikes you that there’s no way you’re going to be able to get all of those flavors out of it. There are hops and malts I’ve never heard of, even. Beautiful appearance, to be sure, and I get the Belgian character in particular, obviously owing to all of the candy sugar. Aroma like a dubbel. Some spices come out, perhaps the influence of the various ryes? I love the project (and getting it to fall at 7.5% abv is fun, too), but I don’t see the payoff. http://sfbrewersguild.org/blog/seventy-five-ingred On tap at brewpub.


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