This is one of the new offerings available here in Michigan. Baba Black Lager is currently organic, but according to the sales rep, the volume they need to produce is too high to keep strictly organic ingredients. This beer is 4% ABV and 32 IBUs. Light enough alcohol to enjoy a 6 pack in an afternoon. It’s dark colored, with a nice roasted nose. It’s super light bodied and quite quaffable! Check this one out when you see it!
As they say on the can:
“Forget the map, pack the Uinta”
So for anyone that’s in Michigan, you’ll start seeing this brand pop up around the state. Uinta Brewing has just launched in Michigan, and honestly, they has some phenomenal beers to choose from. I’ve sampled 4 of them so far and I think this brewery is going to be here to stay. The brewery is located in Salt Lake City, Utah. This is the first I’ve had of anything from Utah, and I’m impressed.
One of my new summer beers is Lime Pils. Sounds boring enough, right? I’m sure most people have had Bud Light Lime, Labatt Lime, or something along those lines. This is so much better than that. It’s easily crushable at 5.3% and I killed my beer before I realized it.
Some other offerings to look for is their Hop Nosh IPA, Tangerine Hop Nosh IPA, and Baa Baa Black Lager. I personally am a huge fan of the Tangerine Hop Nosh, and the Black Lager.
Has anyone else tried Uinta beers yet?