Tuesday, September 08, 2015

Uinta Cutthroat - Wet Hop Session Pale Ale


It's harvest time in the beer world. That means tons of wet hopped beers. If you're not familiar with the term "wet hopping" is the process of hopping beer with fresh (day old) hops and using them instead of the normal dried hops.

Normally this time of year we'd be looking forward Uinta's Wet 'n Wyld Pale Ale. A Simcoe hop driven beer that locals stampede for. This year Uinta Brewing is looking towards another stapple pale ale in their arsenal Cutthroat Pale Ale. Since it's inception in 1993, Cutthroat has always been a Cascade hop driven beer. And that's not about to change now. The Brewery received a massive amount of Cascade hop that were picked a day prior and quickly thrown into the beer. It should be ready in a couple week or so.

This is a draft only beer. In Utah it will be Wet Hopped Cutthroat - out of state it will be Wet Hop Uinta Session Pale Ale. Stay close for the release date.

Cheers!

Photo Courtesy: Isaac Winter

1 comment:

Utah Home Brewing said...

Perfecting perfection! Can't wait!