10 Cent Beer Night Double IPA

Made by Left Field Brewery, 10 Cent Beer Night Double IPA is a baseball beer named for Cleveland’s chaotic June 4, 1974 ballpark promotion. In this game, the Indians played the Texas Rangers at Cleveland Stadium and cups of 3.2% ABV beer were sold for just 10 cents each. Rowdy fans caused a 9th inning riot resulting in a forfeit by the Tribe. This Double IPA is a tad stronger, packed with Nelson Sauvin and Citra for a juicy wallop of orange, peach, gooseberry, grapefruit and lychee flavours finishing medium dry with a restrained hop bitterness.

ABV – 7.8%
IBU – 93

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Toronto, Canada
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10 Cent Beer Night Double IPA

10 Cent Beer Night Fiasco

ESPN documentary about 10 Cent Beer Night in Cleveland.

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