Grid City – Extra Pale Ale: Building on the success of their standard pale ale, Grid City decided to make two bigger versions using the same malt and hop bill. This version drinks like a pale should with nice caramel, citrus peel and pine. at 6.6% You’d think that it would be more like an IPA but it’s not. The malt profile keeps it in check. Available mid-late afternoon on Friday. Call before making the trip, just to be safe.
Grid City – Imperial Pale Ale: At 8.6% you’d think this was an IPA as well, and technically it is. But the same malt bill keeps the base style alive with loads of caramel. The kicker here is the hops. They’re big chewy and resinous with the same citrus and pine qualities. Available mid-late afternoon on Friday. Call before making the trip, just to be safe.
Shades – Double IPL: This is slightly sweeter than your typical IPL which gives it more of an IPA feel. The Citra hops give it a good dose of tangerine and it has a nice clean finish. Think: West Coast Double IPA.
Source: Utah Beer
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