Tuesday, March 17, 2009

St. Patrick's Day Micro's

Looking for some good seasonal to drink on St. Patrick's Day that aren't green? Well here ya go.

Hibernian

A very malty, Irish style ale. Clean filtered and reddish brown in color. Low in
bitterness, however, has a slight hop finish t
o it. Up front character is caramel malt tones. The Hibernian Society is an international organization of Irish culture.

Oatmeal Stout

Our heaviest ale, medium bitterness, made with 8 different types of malt, very dark, served using a nitrogen push. This rich, full bodied brew will dazzle your tongue with many different malts, a hint of chocolate and a suggestion of coffee.


Squatters brings back Hop Rising. Now made with whole Amarillo flower instead of pellets. And special for St. Patty's Day they have McGrueh's Dry Irish Stout on nitro.

Hoppers has Bruce's 80 Scottish ale. It's an amber hued ale that's very rich, toasty, roasty, smoky and malty with hints of fig and Bourbon. East Kent hops were used and add a very slight, crisp 'n clean bitterness.

If you have an absolut hard-on for green beer there is an option at The Utah Brwewers Coop. They have a green infused Provo girl Pils called Green Girl. Slainte!

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