Utah Brewery Map

Monday, September 27, 2010

Medal Winners for You!

We got the opportunity to try a lot of great beers at the 2010 Great American Beer Festival. I wanted to share some info on some of those great beers with you, but decided it wouldn't be very productive to tell you about stuff that for the most part may be very difficult for most people living in the area to obtain.

So we came up with the next best thing, a list of some of the medal winning beer that you can buy in the state of Utah. If you haven't had any of these, I'd recommend giving them a shot. And if you have? Revisit them when you have the chance.

As always here's a link to the complete list.


Mirror Pond Pale Ale
Deschutes Brewery

Apricot Ale
Pyramid Breweries

Pale 31
Firestone Walker Brewing Co.

Red Nectar
Firestone Walker Brewing Co.

Hazelnut Brown Nectar
Rogue Ales

Samuel Adams Honey Porter
Boston Beer Co.

Squatters Wit
Utah Brewers Cooperative

King's Peak Porter
Uinta Brewing Co.

Sierra 30 Jack and Ken's Ale
Sierra Nevada Brewing (available soon)

Firestone Walker Brewing Co.

Estate Homegrown Ale
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

Bachelor ESB
Deschutes Brewery
Bend, OR

Redrock Nut Brown Ale
Redrock Brewing Co.

Wasatch Summerbrau
Utah Brewers Cooperative

Squatters Hells Keep
Utah Brewers Cooperative

Shakespeare Oatmeal Stout
Rogue Ales

825 State Stout
Epic Brewing Co.

Redrock Black Bier
Redrock Brewing Co.

The Following "Yellow Fizzy Beers" did win medals. Please try them as well. Do you think they are deserving?

Michelob AmberBock
Michelob Brewing Co.

Miller Lite
Miller Brewing Co.

Old Milwaukee
Pabst Brewing Co.

Miller Genuine Draft
Miller Brewing Co.

Miller Brewing Co.

Old Style
Pabst Brewing Co.

1 comment:

kent said...

Thanks for compiling this list Mikey.

I've been as guilty as any about mocking the yellow fizzy beers. That said I can't see how the could be excluded from a fair competition. Personally I don't like them, but I'm also not a huge fan of the styles in which they compete. I've definitely been trying to widen my preferences though. I guess you can't just drink Saisons can you?