Uinta Brewing Co.
“Earth, Wind and Beer” — Here’s the brewery that is hardest to get past auto-correct!
Light amber in the glass with a fluffy lemon cream head. The nose gives a zing of resinous and spicy hops over malt. Dried apricot and bakery malt carry the flavor with steady hops, not flashy like a hop bomb, but pretty high on the bitterness scale. The finish remains both fruity and hoppy. 7.3% ABV
“Ale brewed with hemp seed” pours very dark brown with a generous ragged tan head. The aroma starts with chocolate malt and roasted grain surrounded by spicy, earthy hops. The flavor to me is a porter plus good hops, with slight burnt caramel touches. The finish emphasizes bittering hops with a very dry mocha note. 9.2% ABV
This is a reddish brown ale with a creamy tan head. The nose is like a hint of German chocolate cake but dried by hops. There is momentary heat on the palette but then a rich toffee-bourbon flavor spreads across the tongue with full mouthfeel and lots of spice cake malt. The finish brings in fermented fruit, and while hops are there, the finish does not get drier. 10.4% ABV