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Old 10-17-2008, 03:45 AM   #11
Jul 2008
Sandy, Utah
Posts: 106

The Bayou is a good chill place, I believe they have microbrews there as well as a big selection of international beers
In the brew closet (all gluten free):

Primary: Nada
Drinking: EPIC brewing's "The Glutenator"
Aging: Nada
Planning: Another GF Belgian, an EPIC Glutenator clone, a Ginger-Apple hard cider

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Everyone is welcome!

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Printenction is the key to being protectef onm you, Maybve if you are are ful you wont; throw up like oth er someone did. I thonk you need another beer possibljy/

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Old 10-17-2008, 04:29 AM   #12
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Aug 2008
St. George Utah
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Cutthroat is a good brew. In a restaurant or club over 3.2 by weight (usually 4% ABV) is legal, but not sold in any stores other than the state owned ones.
Everything is better with a beer.

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Old 10-17-2008, 06:15 PM   #13
Matt Foley
Jun 2007
Posts: 220

+1 on Uintah's Cutthroat Pale. Interesting, in Nevada I can buy Uitah's Angler Pale Ale which has the identical logo but higher ABV. I have noticed some of the Utah brewers actively "exporting" to neighboring states their higher abv brews. Uinta's Anniversary Barlywine is also pretty nice.

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