Uinta Brewing Co.
Uinta Brewing: Pro Line Series Featuring Local Artists
Uinta Brewing is keeping up their reputation for consistent innovation by releasing a Pro Line series featuring the artwork of SLC local Griffin Siebert. … read more
Beer Glassware: What’s So Special About The Shape?
Next time you take a sip of the “nectar of the gods,” take a brief moment to understand and appreciate the design of the vessel that beer is being served in. … read more
Uinta’s New Direction
“It was time to freshen up our portfolio and be more innovative,” says Winter with regard to Uinta’s new direction. “In late 2015, we began putting a plan together to see what new beer from Uinta would look like. We looked at new packaging, yeast strains and styles that would make people take notice.” And notice people did. … read more
Beer of the Month: Uinta Farmside Saison
These are good days for a beer nerd—it’s like a personalized Christmas designed just for me! It’s damn frigid this morning, and Uinta Brewing Company is my destination. The description that Uinta provided back in December made this beer sound too good—delaying, for me, is not an option. I strolled my ass into Uinta’s bottle shop where the bottles and other people clamoring for beers awaited me. … read more
Review: 2015 Brighton Revolver
Brewery/Brand: Uinta Brewing Co.
Serving Style: 22-oz. bottle, draft … read more
Review: Port O’ Call
This brand-new offering from Uinta pours a somewhat muddy, caramel-brown color with a bubbly ring of tan bubbles. … read more
Review: Ready Set Gose
Ready Set Gose pours a hazy straw color with a moderate-to-thin fizzy pillow of foam on top. … read more
Review: Ales for ALS Red IPL
The nose on this beer has huge citrus peel and a healthy dose of pine needles. The taste starts juicy with orange and tangerine. … read more
June 2015 Beer Reviews
From light and dry to tart and fruity to hop bombs, we’ve got your summer sippin’ situation well in hand.
Meet the Artists: The Millards and Uinta’s Brighton IPA Label
Nate and Bree Millard are successfully navigating the art world. In the last year, they have elevated their brand, Ban Supply Collaboration, increased the commissions of their woodcut signs and locked in the contract to create the new Brighton IPA label for Uinta Brewing Company.