On this day in 1933, Utah cast the deciding vote to ratify the 21st Amendment of the Constitution, which brought to an end the era of National Prohibition in the United States. Appropriately, it’s also New Beer Friday. It’s the perfect opportunity to celebrate beer’s legal return to our lives with something new to share. Happy Repeal Day!
Shades of Pale – Misdirected IPA: This is a brand new label from Shades of Pale’s new South Salt Lake brewery. It’s a session IPA that will be available soon in 12oz bottles. Right now if you want to try it it’s only available on draft at the Poplar Street Pub. Pours a slightly hazed golden amber color with a sturdy foamy head. The nose is a nice blend of citrus peel and flowery hops. The taste starts with some muted carmel malt and toast. Tropical fruitiness comes next adding some nice balance. The end is similar to the aroma – floral and citrusy. Finishes fairly dry. A strong contender for your session IPA dollars.
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