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RATINGS: 184   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.17/5   IBU: 34   EST. CALORIES: 120   ABV: 4%
COMMERCIAL DESCRIPTION
The Cutthroat Trout is the state fish of Utah and believed to be named after Cutthroat Pale Ale, Utah’s most popular craft brewed beer. (Ok, it is the other way around.) Uinta’s flagship beer, Cutthroat Pale Ale is a traditional Northwest American Style Pale Ale. The Cutthroat trout is a species of freshwater fish native to western North America, and more specifically to the Great Basin and Rocky Mountain regions. The Bonneville Cutthroat trout is a subspecies, native to Utah and named after Lake Bonneville, a prehistoric pluvial lake that covered much of present day Utah. The Great Salt Lake and Utah Lake are two remnants of Lake Bonneville. Today, Cutthroat trout is the game fish of the west and Cutthroat Pale Ale the catch of the day!

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1.9
cheap (6201) - CHINA - DEC 13, 2017
First new you-intah in a bottle for a while. Nice bottle shape, pours great, no glugging. Drank this as a filler. Darker viscous liquid, looks like its a higher gravity lighter brown hazy thing. Smell is suspiciously sweet. Taste is oddly almost tart, but never gets there. Malty, thicker, with some carbonation. Quite different than many beers I've had lately. Qyuite difficult to drink even with its low alcohol. Yes, not sure what's going on here. Smoother slippery finish. No way is this in the same style as Indigo Imp Jester, Fin City White Marlin Pale Ale or even Crooked Tongue Easy on the Tongue. Its got about the same enjoyability as Flying Dog Doggie Style Pale Ale, so I guess that's a good thing?

4.4
eglesb (11) - Leatherhead, Surrey, ENGLAND - AUG 10, 2017
Classic IPA. Just the right amount of hops. Darker than you would expect from the taste.

2.9
bulldogops (2846) - Edmonton, Alberta, CANADA - AUG 5, 2017
Rating #2624 - 2016.06.27 - Bottle from Utah liquor store, obtained for a post wedding party. Amber pour with a creamy white head that fades quickly. Mild citrus, mild toffee with mild grassiness in the aroma. Mouthfeel is creamy, medium carbonation, delicate bitterness in the finish. Aight.

2.5
oobawa (1854) - Tennessee, USA - MAY 22, 2017
Biscuits-N-Pine: The Beer. Pretty much as bland a pale ale as you can find, slightly sweet biscuit malt playing off of piney, moderately bitter hops. Slight citrus undertone, yet nothing really of note. Feel is thin and watery, and the nose comes across closer to an amber ale. A good craft beer for somebody who doesn’t like craft beer.

3
jjgmd (2288) - Coral Springs, Florida, USA - FEB 6, 2017
Can. Pours a rusty amber pour with a beige head . Nose is hoppy with softer resin and pine. Taste is mildly bitter with softer pine and resin and not much else. Finishes on the sam tasting notes ! Have had better pale ales ! Quaff Score 6 / 10


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