February 16th, 2006 by Kevork
Flat flavor and an even hoppiness are the attributes of Big Daddy IPA from Speakeasy in San Francisco, CA. It’s easy to drink and has a clean, dry taste. The aftertaste was pleasant and combined with a lingering sensation of ginger in my throat. Overall, the stimulation is in my cheeks and throat – my lips and the tip of my tongue feel left out. I’ll keep my hopes high for the Untouchable Pale Ale and Prohibition Ale, which I’ll try next. Although I would never think it was brewed in a bathtub, there would have to be a prohibition for me to drink another Big Daddy. No matter what the Mob threatens, I’ll speak my mind. This Speakeasy offering can stay underground.