Monday, September 29, 2014

Santa Fe Brewing Coming to Utah

Welcome to Monday! Be fore we get started... Does anyone have an an App that slows down time Between Friday afternoon and Sunday evening? I could really use that. #turboweekends.

Now that we've got that out of the way, I have new brew news for you this morning! Sante Fe Brewing Company, New Mexico's oldest brewery is due to enter the Salt Lake City market sometime mid-October.

Primarily known for their incredible Santa Fe Imperial Java Stout, the brewery currently has about 18 beers in their portfolio including a brand new Kriek Lambic that debuted this year. Salt Lake (and possibly all of Utah) will start off by seeing Santa Fe's State Pen Porter, Imperial Java Stout and Happy Camper IPA.

I'm not sure exactly where they're going to end up, but the Beerhive confirmed that they will be receiving some. Not bad for a Monday, eh?

Cheers!

Photo: James Gordon Patterson Photography

1 comment:

DJ said...

This is exciting news. Hopefully they don't flop in the market like an recent Arizona Brewery that attempt to enter Utah, ahem, Phoenix Ale. But hey, perhaps they'll convince Marble Brewing to come here as well. They make a pretty good red as I recall.