New Beer Friday may not be the biggest thing in your life, but for some of us, it’s a strong third and for that we’re pretty damn thankful.
2 Row – Boysenberry Sour: Tart lemon/lime base with a generous dose of boysenberry. 2 Row always manages to create fruity sours that don’t skimp on fruit. 6.1% – Available at 2 Row.
Avenues Proper – Where the Wild Hops Are: They’re referring to this new ale as an Autumn Ale. The base beer is Proper’s Best Bitter. Hops were foraged from the mountains near Wanship, Utah. Boiled and dry hopped with the wild hops. Smooth, rich, earthy, stone fruit.
Level Crossing – Look-Up Amber: Aroma is toasted malts, thin caramel with a small dose of floral hops. Taste is slightly a slightly more robust version of their 4.0% Amber Ale – with more hop character emerging in the finish. 5.0% Available at Level Crossing.
Level Crossing – In the Pines: Citrus filled aroma. Initial taste is very mild. Light-moderate bittering with moderately juicy – citrus, orange and pi …
Source: Utah Beer
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