Tuesday, June 02, 2009

24 Hours in a Day - 24 Beers in a Case - Coincidence? I Think Not.

Just a reminder for y'all that this Saturday, June 6th is the 15th Annual Mountain Brewers Festival in Idaho Falls, Idaho. This is the best damn deal going. $20 in advance, $25 at the door get you hundreds of different beers from over eighty breweries.

I'm headed up tomorrow to participate in the judging, so posting at Utah Beer may be sporadic. Hopefully, I'll have some good updates about the beerfest and info about after parties to attend and the like.

Here's a partial list of some of the participating breweries. Hope to see you up there. Cheers!

Alaskan Brewing Company
Barley Browns
Bayern Brewing Inc.
Big Sky Brewing
Bohemian Brewery
Carters Brewing
Dillon Dam Brewery
Fish Brewing Company
Four Plus Brewery
Grand Teton Brewing
Hales Ales
Hoppers
Madison River Brewing Company
Michelob Specialty Brewing Group
Moab Brewery
New Belgium Brewing Co.
O'Dell Brewing Co.
Portneuf Valley Brewing
Pyramid Breweries
Red Rock Brewing Company
Ruby River Streakhouse
Sierra Nevada Brewing
Snake River Brewing Lander
Sockeye Brewing
Wind River Brewing
Wildlife Brewing
Uinta Brewing

4 comments:

Ricky said...

Hi,

So, this comment isn't relevant to this or any post in particular. I just wanted to let you know that I am a recent viewer of your blog and I have very much enjoyed it. I am a Utahn who loves beer, and with some of the posts you have here I feel more in the know about our own little beer world. Be it the BBB or specifics about the Home Brew comp (I home brew myself), I have found none of your posts without interest. Thanks!

Douglas said...

I'll be at the festival on Saturday. I'm looking forward to it. The weather looks OK, pretty cool though hopefully not freezing like last year!

Mikey said...

Ricky thanks for the kind words. My wife is less than pleased though. My head has now become so big because of your comment that she now has to ride in the backseat of our car because of overcrowding.... Nice. Cheers to you!

The original Andy said...

Drink lots of tasty 3 oz. samples for me, guys. It's not in the cards for me this year. If I remember correctly, last year I just ended up standing in front of Rogue's booth all afternoon, drinking sample after sample after sample of the Imperial Red they were pouring...