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akhalteke

Great Seasonal Brew

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It is local here, but if you see it, it is great. I am not a fan of seasonal beers, but the Uinta Brewery Pumpkin Ale is top notch! It is the first pumpkin that isn't too damn pumpkiny or over spiced. Try it out! SOBO, when you get back, I will bring some up there if you can't find it and we can swap some stories and name drop. ;)

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Ok, at least we know you're supplying the brews:-)

 

My brother showed up from a Utah trip with this shirt for me to wear. He knows I love Porters, but I don't think that's why it cracks him up every time he sees it.

 

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more than a few recent thanksgivings have found me dangerously north of knackered at noon by jubel ales :)

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Paulaner Oktoberfest Marzen. They've only been brewing it for about 400 years so its a bit newer than some of its competition.

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Paulaner Oktoberfest Marzen. They've only been brewing it for about 400 years so its a bit newer than some of its competition.

 

I used to get that on tap when doing some time in Germany. Great one!

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Jubleale is now out...25 years of perfection...not that I've been drinking it that long.

Shipyard (Portland, ME) puts out a pumpkin ale called "Pumpkin Head". If you mix it with a Guiness you get a concoction called "The Headless Horseman". This would be worth trying with the Uinta offering.

Now I don't think this beer qualifies as a seasonal, but the Firestone Walker "Wookie Jack" is off-the-hook. Go get some. Whole Foods sells it in 22 oz. bottles.

 

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I'm not a huge fan of the Domination, I fucking love me some Hop Czar though. I'm scared to venture out further into the craft beers, that shit gets expensive.

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Uintah's pumpkin ale is good. My slc favorite is espresso stout at squatters. But I ain't done with summer: dame michelada (maggi tabasco lime into modelo), carnal!

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