markemiley (1) - USA - DEC 20, 2006 does not count
This beer not only embodies what a great session beer should be, it captures the essence of a great English Bitter. Stylistic or not, this beer is incredibly approachable and one that balances a great malt profile with carefully orchestrated hops. Congratulations to Unita for creating such a great beer under Utah brewing limitations. mikey (508) - farmington, Utah, USA - DEC 29, 2000
UPDATED: FEB 19, 2007 Poured a rich ruby/amber color with a creamy off-white head. The nose was of toffee and caramel malts, but mostly citrusy, piney hops. Taste was toasty with big caramel notes. Generous amounts of cascade hops waft above to balance with nice floral and citrusy esters. The finish was again hoppy but with more citrusy zest. The hop profile is big but not overpowering. A top notch and very drinkable session pale ale. ultralite3399 (18) - USA - MAR 24, 2002
this was the first brew that i have ever had. i love it!!! the anglers ail is better but this is very good. eglesb (11) - Leatherhead, Surrey, ENGLAND - AUG 10, 2017
Classic IPA. Just the right amount of hops. Darker than you would expect from the taste. sausage86 (27) - USA - MAY 18, 2006
one of my favorite beers. light yet complex enough flavor. very smooth and refreshing. almost no bitter finish. excellent!
solocup (49) - sandy, Utah, USA - AUG 26, 2002
One of the best Utah beers available........................................ Braudog (6898) - Yorktown, Virginia, USA - FEB 26, 2003
Nice amber color. Had a cold so I couldn't smell any aroma. But the sweet hop flourish and biting finish was good despite the cold. robochan (1) - Utah, USA - MAY 15, 2007 does not count
Very approachable pale ale. Great copper/amber pour. Good contrast of malt and hops that’ll keep you interested through the beginning of the night. Gets fruitier the deeper you get.
To scottyw, from Palm Beach, Florida. They didn’t sneak a 4% ABV beer into Utah. Utah’s limit is set by weight and not volume. The limit is 3.2% Alcohol by Weight (ABW)... which makes this beer 4% alcohol by volume and legal to sell everywhere in Utah. It’s what you get when non-drinkers make laws for those who do, I guess.