Take a trip out west to Salt Lake City, Utah and you will find world-class, handcrafted beer from Squatter’s Pub Brewery. As part of the Utah Brewers Cooperative along with Wasatch Brewery, Squatters has been providing their customers with thirst quenching beer since 1989 and have remained dedicated to this goal.
Throughout their journey, Squatters has embraced the Triple Bottom Line philosophy (TBL) of People, Planet, Profit. Squatters ensures that they are always providing their customers with delicious beer made from wind power energy and delicious environmentally friendly ingredients sourced locally.
Named after Big Cottonwood Canyon in the Wasatch Mountain Range, this amber ale poured true to its name in color with tiny, active bubbles. Smelling of caramel malt, the nose also had wonderful toasty notes. The flavor is full of notes of caramel, bread, and balanced out with some floral and citrus hop character from dry-hopping with Cascade hops.
Pouring a golden copper color like Garfield with tiny bubbles and a white frothy head, this brew erupted in aromas of tropical hops with notes of pineapple and mango. Full-bodied with a lingering hop bitterness, this is a solid, well-balanced IPA.
Bright orange in color with some sticky lacing and super fine carbonation, this double IPA opens up with a strong toasty malt aroma followed by some citrus hop character. The taste is maltier than expected, but still lighter in body than the 9% ABV would lead you to believe - overall a very easy to drink, delicious big beer with a resin-y hop bite.
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