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Brewed By: Uinta Brewing Company (United States Beverage)

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7.35338

Number of Ratings: 931

Style: American Black IPA

Brewed In: 1722 Fremont Dr, Salt Lake City, UT 84104, USA

ABV: 9.2%

IBU: 109


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Tasting Notes

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dibailey profile picturedibailey - February 14, 2015
Hoppy start with enough gravity and malts to give it a very sweet finish.
CraftBeerMarathon profile pictureCraftBeerMarathon - January 10, 2015
Today's pairing - an 8 mile run followed by a delicious black IPA from Uinta. Super bitter hops hidden behind rich chocolatey malts. Damn fine!
morphneo profile picturemorphneo - December 31, 2014
Like the best Russian imperial stout blended with serious hops and a lingering bitterness that yums your tastebuds.
Xavier profile pictureXavier - December 7, 2014
Bright ipa to start but then opens up into unpleasant bitterness. Interesting but not for me.
Beezer111 profile pictureBeezer111 - November 8, 2014
Complicated beer with lots of flavor....citrus, some coffee smell, and to much to tell
jjones344 profile picturejjones344 - September 26, 2014
Very good. Roasted, coffee, chocolate to begin with a bitter finish. Nice high alcohol %
TroskoBrewsKo profile pictureTroskoBrewsKo - September 16, 2014
Nicely hopped black IPA. A little too bitter of a finish for my liking, searching a little too hard for the nice roasted finish in most black IPAs. Mid palate is where this beer dominates.
Jac22 profile pictureJac22 - August 9, 2014
Bitter flavor, hoppy, grapefruit aftertaste. Not impressed.
Cellar Dweller profile pictureCellar Dweller - July 15, 2014
A hopped up porter. Pours black with a thick khaki head. Smells earthy and a little like a campfire. Has that same campfire taste at first but that fades to allow other flavors to stand out briefly. I taste strong coffee, roasted malts, maybe roasted meat, soy sauce, molasses, pine and citrus. A complicated beer with a lot going on.
crt@weblar.org profile picturecrt@weblar.org - June 9, 2014
Best described as a hoppy (and strong) porter -- delicious.
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