Uinta Brewing Golden Ale Parks Series

Feb 20, 2017

Category: Vices

There are few things that go together quite as well as craft beer and the great outdoors. There’s just something intangibly enjoyable about getting a good buzz on whilst appreciating a scenic landscape. Now, thanks to Uinta Brewing, you can actually drink a cold one out in nature while showing support for the U.S. National Parks Service. Allow us to introduce you to Uinta’s Golden Ale Park Series.

This new recipe – which features Carapils and Crystal malt varieties, as well as Willamette and Sterling hops – was created specifically to be enjoyed on adventures. As such, this easy-to-drink beer has an ABV of 5.0%, an IBU rating of just 21.0, and both a light body and color. But the real highlight of this delectable brew is the can artwork. With eight planned thus far, each run of this golden ale will feature a stylized image from one of the United States National Parks. Yosemite, Yellowstone, Arches, Great Smoky Mountains, Acadia, Grand Canyon, Rocky Mountain, and Everglades are in the current rotation. But it’s possible that we’ll see more if the campaign is a success. Check out Uinta’s website to find a six pack near you. [Purchase]

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