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Uinta Brewing Adds Missouri, Wisconsin, and Minnesota

Uinta Brewing Company (Salt Lake City, UT) is expanding distribution to Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Missouri.

The brewery has signed partnerships with Wirtz Beverage in Minnesota and Wisconsin, and a Wirtz / Major Brands Distributing partnership in Missouri.

“Uinta is excited to expand our footprint in to the mid-west.” , says Uinta VP of Sales Steve Kuftinec “We have had a substantial amount of requests for our beer in these territories and we’re anxious to finally share our beer with consumers across the mid-west and with a solid distributor partner.”

Initial brands headed to these markets include: Hop Nosh IPADetour Double IPADubhe Imperial Black IPABabaBlack LagerWyld Extra Pale AleTrader Session IPAAnniversary Barley WineCockeyed Cooper Bourbon Barrel Barley WineLabyrinth Wood-Aged Quadruple Black AleSea Legs Wood-Aged Baltic Porter, and new limited release offering, Tinder Rauchbier.

Posted in Don't Miss This, New Releases, Uinta Brewing

Uinta Releasing “Community Building” 801 Pilsner

Uinta Brewing (Salt Lake City, UT) will release a new can that is not only perfect for drinking in the heat, but a great testament to their hometown. 801 Pilsner celebrates all of Utah, but specifically the 801 area code.

Uinta 801 Pilsner is called a “community builder” by the brewery, as they will be donating proceeds from the beer to various non-profit organizations. Partnered organizations will appear on the beer label. Up first, is the Utah Avalanche Center (UAC), helping back country riders stay on top of the snow conditions in the state.

 “We’re excited to take our support one step further and to spawn greater awareness for   UAC and the importance of avalanche education and safety here  in Utah. Community      involvement is a large component of Uinta’s DNA and we are eager to spread       neighborhood engagement and camaraderie through the 801 brand.”

Unita 801 Pilsner will be released in Utah only in 12oz cans.

Style: Pilsner
Availability: 12oz Cans
Arrival: July, 2014

?? ABV

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Like Mix Packs? Uinta Has a New One

Uinta Brewing (Salt Lake City) has a new fall sampler pack. The 12’er has Punk’n Harvest Pumpkin AleWyld Extra Pale Ale and Baba Black Lager. All the brews are completely organic and will be sold in all Uinta markets currently receiving mix packs. (The brewery did not mention which markets.)

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Uinta Brewing Collaborates on Cahoots

Uinta Brewing Company introduces an addition to their Crooked Line. Meet Cahoots, a double rye IPA brewed in collaboration with a highly regarded local homebrewer, Chris Detrick. This limited release beer will hit select shelves in early June 2013. Keeping with the Crooked Line series of interesting labels, Cahoots features local artist Andy Chase who designed the owly label pictured above.

Style: 2x Rye IPA
Availability: 750 mL bottles
Arrival: June 2013

9.4% ABV

Posted in Coming Soon, Uinta Brewing

Are You Ready for Sum’r Cans?

Yes that’s exactly what it looks like – more canned Uinta beers. The latest addition to their growing canned lineup will be their Summer Ale Sum’r. Sum’r is part of their organic line of beers brewed with organic barley and hops. This beer is described as thirst-quenching with Sorachi hops balanced with lighter malts for a citrusy fresh taste that “pairs well with summer”.

Style: American Blonde Ale
Availability: 12 oz bottles, Draft, 12 oz Cans (Coming Soon)
Arrival: Summer Seasonal

4% ABV 

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Uinta 20th Birthday Hits Shelves

Uinta Brewing has announced their 20th Anniversary Birthday Suit has hit the shelves at their brewery. In a change from last year’s edition, the 20th Anniversary is a sour brown ale.

“Brewed in celebration of Uinta’s 20th birthday, this American Sour Brown Ale flaunts significant acidity balanced by flavorful Abbey and Chocolate malts and a modest amount of hops. A distinct tartness on the palate combines with notes of toffee and earthiness.”

Style: Sour Brown Ale
Availability: 750 mL bottles
Arrival: Late February, 2013

7.4% ABV