In the beginning, cherry trees shaded the beer garden. Resisting temptation no longer, we picked the fruit and let it ferment into a pleasingly sour and subtly sweet ale to mark Uinta’s 19th Birthday. A sinful pleasure for the experienced and adventurous palate.
Birthday Suit 20
Sour Brown Ale
Release Date: Spring 2013
Brewed in celebration of Uinta's 20th Birthday, this American Sour Brown Ale flaunted significant acidity balanced by flavorful Abbey and Chocolate malts and a modest amount of hops. Distinct tartness on the palate combined with notes of toffee and earthiness.
Birthday Suit 21
Sour Farmhouse Ale.
Released: Spring 2014.
Brewed in celebration of Uinta’s 21st Birthday, our unfiltered Sour Farmhouse Ale showcased a mix of underlying spice, zest and moderate tartness. Birthday Suit was crisp, refreshing and let it all hang out with a citrusy sourness worth celebrating.
Birthday Suit 22
Sour Plum Ale
Release Date: Spring 2015
For our 22nd Birthday, we cast aside inhibitions and dove in to a Sour Abbey Ale brewed with plums and an authentic Belgian abbey yeast strain that flaunts complexity and charm. A playful combination of sour tanginess and subtle dried fruit esters, this Sour Plum Ale bared it all.
Double Rye IPA
Release Date: 2013
Brewed in collaboration with homebrewer, Chris Detrick, this Double Rye IPA was bold and rich. Two types of malted rye and loads of malted barley were combined with two hop varieties to create a subtly spicy and distinctly hoppy beer.
Release Date: 2014
Brewed in collaboration with local homebrewer, Tom Shivers, this Saison exhibited notes of subtle spice and fruit esters balanced by delicate malt character. This second rendition of Cahoots boasted earthy Saison yeast characteristics with refreshing citrus fruit flavors and aroma.
Bourbon Barrel Barley Wine.
Release & Retire Date: 2010-2015 with the potential to return to market.
Cooper launched into the exquisite flavors of bourbon with splashes of vanilla with currents of dark chocolate and dried fruit. Generous amounts of hops and malts allowed for a smooth journey from start to finish.
Complex and drinkable, this barrel aged Baltic style porter exhibited chocolate and smoky malt flavors with hints of vanilla, caramel and rye whiskey. A seductive offering, Sea Legs was a siren of a beer.
Tilted Smile stood out in a crowd. Big in alcohol, yet approachable and versatile she was confidently balanced with Saaz hops and 100% Pilsen malt. Like your favorite party guest, she was refreshing and delightfully bubbly.
Senses were set ablaze with Tinder, a smoldering Rauchbier that kindled moderate malty sweetness and robust smokiness. Brewed with Bamberg beechwood-smoked malt, this medium-bodied lager ignited distinct campfire smoke flavors and aroma.