Friday, January 19, 2018
2 Row Raspberry Sour: Three new beers in three weeks! You've gotta love Brian Coleman's passion and tenacity when it comes to his beers. This week's new offering is a bit of a departure from Utah's IPA machine. This raspberry sour is just as it sounds. Think: Unripened raspberries with a bit of lemon.The alcohol is substantial for a fruit sour, dialing in at 8.1% ABV. You can get it at the brewery and at the better beer pubs, including Slackwater, Beerhive, Bayou .
The RoHa Brewing Project has added two new draft handles You can find the following on them.
RoHa Americano: This American ale is infused with coffee and is brewed with espresso and coffee. There's a nice blend of light malt flavor and subtle coffee. Mostly made with cold brew, so there's not a lot of coffee nose but full on coffee in it's flavor. 4.0% ABV. Available at RoHa starting today.
RoHa D Street Brown Ale: This is an American Brown. It's slightly hoppy with toasted malt and caramel. It finishes with notes of chocolate. A tasty session ale. 4.0% ABV. Available at RoHa starting today.
Sierra Nevada Hop Bullet: Using a new technique, the kids at Sierra Nevada hit this beer with a double-barreled blast of Magnum hops and lupulin dust—pure, concentrated hop flavor—directly into the tank to emphasize the intense pine and citrus flavors of classic West Coast hops. It comes in at 8.0% ABV and is available and many DABC stores and better beer pubs.
Snake River Earned It - NEIPA: This “hazy” IPA is brewed with Citra, Mosiac, El Dorado and Loral hops come together to make a citrusy and floral aroma. A low bitterness and light malt body make this beer very drinkable. 6.5% ABV. Available at Beerhive, Bayou, Pizza NoNo, Outpost Spirits and Slackwater.
Squatters Fifth Element: Utah's original wild ale makes its long awaited return. This wild saison pours a cloudy apricot/straw color with a fizzy white head that reduced to a thin froth. The nose has a bit a of barnyard funkiness to it with hints of lemon and yeast spices. The tastes starts with light citrus notes then transitions into funky tart notes that are somewhat fruity. Next comes a dry oakiness that compliments the tartness well. The finish is a combination a champagne like dryness and bitter florals.This goes on sale Saturday morning at 10am at Squatters Brew Pub. There's a two bottle limit on this one.
Friday, January 12, 2018
2 Row New Zeangland IIIPA: Yet another IPA is here from 2 Row this one is a Triple IPA made in the New England style with a variety of New Zealand hops (including Motueka), hence the name. It's described as having a "sweet light fruity aroma, flavor is the same with a dryer soft bitter finish". 10.1% ABV. This is available pretty much at any craft beer bar and of course at the brewery.
Mother Earth Four Seasons 2017 Winter BBA Brown Ale: From Mother Earth - "What started as an award winning Imperial Brown eventually made its way into Mother Earth's barrel program, thanks to a dependable base recipe and customer following, they decided to double mash it, which involves using wort instead of water to gain a higher ABV and more complex favor. Finally, they threw in some brown sugar to add a light molasses favor and age the beer in toasted oak barrels to create the perfect winter-warmer". 12.0% ABV. Available at the Beerhive, Beer Bar.
Strap Tank Barrel Aged Saison: This Saison is described as having layers of farmhouse funk that complement perfectly the aromas and tannins of Cabernet from the barrel. At least one strain of Brettanomyces was picked up, created notes of barnyard funk, pineapple and hay that we couldn’t be happier to discover as we blended the final mix. Like a wine-beer hybrid, it pours apricot-orange with an off-white head. Balanced bitterness & healthily carbonated". 11.6% ABV, This beer goes on sale Saturday morning (1/13) at 11:00am. Only available at Strap Tank.
I know I missed something, help a brother out with the info!
Friday, January 05, 2018
2 Row Coast to Coast IPA: This has a sweet, light fruity aroma. The flavor is very much the same with a dryer less intense bitter finish. 7.2% ABV. Available at 2 Row and your finer beer pubs.
Kiitos Vanilla Nut Cream Ale: I have no notes for this one. By the name I think you can figure out how it's going to taste. 4.0% ABV. Available at Kiitos.
Kiitos Citra's Lil' Sis Pale Ale: This pale is a blend of 3 unnamed hops from the north west. Delicate floral, kiwi and lemon grass notes. Dry hopped with citra and comet. 4.0% ABV. Available at Kiitos.
Desert Edge Vienna Lager: Described as a light copper colored lager with a bready malt and a light spicy hop character. 4.0% ABV. Available at
Desert Edge N.Z. Pale Ale: Described as a hoppy pale ale brewed with New Zealand Wai-iti and Waimea hops. This unfiltered pale ale has a biscuity malt flavor balanced by the bright citrus and tropical fruit flavors of the hops. Medium bitterness and dry finish. 4.0% ABV. Available at
Fisher Sour Power: A crisp, ass puckering lemony thang much like the first generation Sour Power. 4.0% ABV. Available at Fisher.
Fisher Hop Drop Sour: The same base beer as Sour Power. It's very tart, but dry hopped with simcoe. Fruity nose from the hops. Tastes like sour grass! 4.0% ABV. Available at Fisher.
What did I miss?
Thursday, January 04, 2018
The ABV in Squatters Chasing Tail Orange Golden Ale gets a boost as well, now at 5.2% from the standard 4.0%. I'm guessing that a portion of the sales from this beer will go to Best Friends Animal Society.
Best Friends Animal Society is the only national animal welfare organization dedicated to ending the killing of dogs and cats in America’s shelters. To help Save Them All, Best Friends works with shelters, rescue groups and our members nationwide.
Sounds tasty, and they've got a great cause. stay close for it's release.
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