KBER 101. Should be on around 3:30pm. We'll be spreading the "beer love" to the masses. Tune in if you can!
Uinta Holiday Cutthroat - looks like good ol' Cutthroat. The noses spicy with
cinnamon and nutmeg some piney hops as well. The taste starts with more
spices - cinnamon and spruce tips. Clove comes in next with a bit of
malt. The end is all pine bitterness. Finishes quite dry. 4.0% ABV @
Uinta now and should be popping up at grocery stores and bars with a
Uinta seasonal tap
Annex Session Razz - This is the third version of Epic's successful Brainless on Raspberries Ale. The second version is Lil' Brainless Raspberries a 5.2% version - now we have the Session Razz a 4% Session Ale. Session Razz Pours a clear ruby/fuchsia color with an average pinkish cap of foam. The fruit and the yeast are the stars here. First off - you get subtle tart raspberries up front. There is some hint of thin malts as well. Spicy/estery yeast take it from there, providing a nice counter to the berries. Refreshing and satisfying for a low abv fruit beer. highly recommended. 4.0% ABV @ The Annex - Beer Bar
Squatters Rauchbier -Not tried this one yet. 4.0% ABV
Squatters Hazelnut Brown - Not tried this one yet. 4.0% ABV On Cask
Shock Top Pumpkin Wheat - Pours into a hazy amber/orange color with an off white head. The nose was spicy with cinnamon and nutmeg. The taste
follows the nose with heavy nutmeg and cinnamon with a fair amount of wheat and malt balance. For what it is, this is this not a bad pumpkin ale. You could do much worse in the market. 4.0% ABV @ Grocery/Convenienc Stores
Zion The Local Peach - Described as a Saison with tart peach character. Some funky yeast spiciness as well. 4.0% ABV @ Zion Canyon Brewpub
Zion Pumpkin Please -Described as being subtly spiced with a thin to medium mouth feel. 4.0% ABV @ Zion Canyon Brewpub
Epic Session Series IPA - This is a new series that will be coming from Epic. This Session IPA is basically a 4% version of Escape to Colorado. It has a wonderfully, pungent citrsy nose with a light quenching body. All mosaic hops in this beer. 4% ABV @ The Annex - Beer Bar and pubs with Annex tap handles.
Estrella Damm - Pours a pale straw color with a medium white head. The nose is mostly
grain and malt. The flavor starts with grassy hops then transitions to malty sweetness. It's semi dry in the finish. Not to bad for an adjunct lager. 5.2% ABV @ Beer Bar
Estrella Inedit wit - Pours a hazy straw gold color with a spicy
nose of coriander and cloves, banana, sweet malt. The taste follows with more coriander
and light clove, The end has a healthy dose of sweet maltis. Fairly light body. Pretty good but not mind blowing. 4.8% ABV @ Beer Bar
RedRock Dortmunder - Pours a deep golden color, with an inch and half thick head. The nose is bready, followed by small amounts of aherbal grassy hops. The taste starts with strong malts and toasted bread, then finishes with a mild grass bitterness. Medium bodied, yet very crisp and refreshing, smooth feel alll the way
through. @ RedRock and better beer bars
RedRock Secale - This barrel aged lager has a bock base with some rye malt spicing up sweetness. And if that wasn't enough, they finished it off in High West Rye whiskey barrels. This is one damn fine barrel aged bock. Don't miss out on this one.
Deschutes Jubelale - As basic spiced holiday ales go, this beer delivers on all levels. Chicory, molasses and figs. Oh yeah!
Sierra Nevada Celebration - It's not the holidays at Utah Beer Central without this yearly favorite. Straight forward, wonderful American IPA.
Ninkasi Dawn of the Red - Get this while they're still fresh. Citrusy hops, fruity malts - delicious!
Uinta Yard Sale lager - A clean and semi-malty amber lager.
RedRock Secale - Malty and spicy with a rye whiskey backbone. Brilliant!