Bewilder Brewing Co

Updated Oct. 27, 2020

On Tap

Bewilder ESB — .

  • $5.00 16 oz
  • ABV: 4.6%
  • IBU: 35

The FIRST Bewilder beer to come out of the tanks! Despite having "bitter" in the name, this is a copper colored English beer with a well balanced earthy hop character and moderate malt sweetness. Brewed with traditional floor malted English grains and a not so secret crystal malt.

Fresh Sesh IPA — .

  • $5.00 16 oz
  • ABV: 5.0%
  • IBU: 55

While a true American IPA by definition starts at 5.5%, we here in Utah have embraced the idea of “session” IPAs for their drinkability and availability on tap per Utah law requiring draft beer be under 5% ABV. Mosaic, Citra, and Galaxy hops provide the dominant hop profile of the beer with a pleasantly grapefruit citrus character and just the right amount of bitterness to make this a truly sessionable beer.

Wet Hop SMaSH Pale — .

  • $5.00 16 oz
  • ABV: 5.0%
  • SRM: 3.0
  • IBU: 34

SMaSH stands for Single Malt and Single Hop. These beers are a great way to understand the subtleties of individual ingredients. This beer showcases the sweet, almost mild hay, quality of pilsner malt (locally grown and malted), and the character of fresh (wet) Amarillo hops that give a bright citrusy hop character and mild grassy notes

Pineapple Chipotle Cream Ale — .

  • $5.00 16 oz
  • ABV: 5.0%
  • SRM: 1.0
  • IBU: 20

We took our cream ale base and added some smoke and mild spice with some dried chipotle peppers, then included some sweet caramelized pineapple puree to add even more complexity and depth. No one flavor is overpowering, which makes this a truly fun beer to experience and still very drinkable.

Bewilder Amber Ale (NITRO) — .

  • $5.00 16 oz
  • ABV: 4.6%
  • SRM: 13.0
  • IBU: 17

Inspired by a British dark mild, this amber ale is British in heritage, but has a great amber color that we just couldn’t ignore. The Mild is an old school European session beer that is designed to sit and drink a lot of. The “amber” name is more familiar to the US, so we decided to give it a more common name, for such a great drinking beer.

Los Hazy Boi — .

  • $6.00 16 oz
  • ABV: 4.8%
  • SRM: 2.0
  • IBU: 30

We use only late boil, whirlpool, and a lot of dry hops in this beer with hops, grain, and yeast picked specifically to increase the turbidity (hazyness) of the beer. Big juicy citrus and tropical fruit aroma and flavor are the result with a nice body to boot.

Kolsch — .

  • $5.00 16 oz
  • ABV: 4.8%
  • SRM: 2.0
  • IBU: 25

We start with malt grown specifically for this style of beer from Cologne Germany, and add a little bit of vienna for that wonderful Kolsch flavor that is unique to this style of beer. This has a mildly sweet grain aroma with some floral hop character. The body is light and refreshing with a pilsner like grain quality with mild honey notes.

Oktoberfest (Bohemian Brewery) — Guest Tap

  • Oktoberfest
  • ABV: 5.0%
  • SRM: 7.0
  • IBU: 30

A beer rich in toasted bread or biscuit-like malt aroma and flavor with a balance of clean, hop bitterness. The original beer style of Octoberfest in Munich.

Orange Honey Wheat — .

  • $5.00 16 oz
  • ABV: 4.4%

This hazy wheat beer uses local Utah honey and sweet orange peel to create a medium-sweet beer balanced with newer German hops. The Orange Honey Wheat has a light wheat flavor and the honey helps this beer finish dryer than other wheat beers. The Mandarina Bavaria hops are light and refreshing and reflect the orange citrus flavor of the peel. Easy drinking and refreshing beer, it’s great for those long hot days of summer.

Broadside Brown — .

  • $5.00 16 oz
  • ABV: 4.5%
  • SRM: 13.0
  • IBU: 22

A favorite recipe of local homebrewers Mike Roussin and Bill Kowalowski, this malt driven British style ale pours a beautiful chestnut brown and has light notes of chocolate, bread crust, toasted nuts, and toffee. Restrained bitterness allows the malt to be the showcase here, and a light fruitiness comes from the traditional English style yeast.

Pumpkin Mild — .

  • $5.00 16 oz
  • ABV: 4.6%
  • SRM: 13.0
  • IBU: 17

A baby brother to the Brown in alcohol and toasted character, and a less bitter version of an English Bitter, the Mild is an old school European session beer that is designed to sit and drink a lot of. This style lends itself to the cooling weather, so we amplified the seasonal character by adding pumpkin spice.

Bewilder Schwarzbier — .

  • $5.00 16 oz
  • ABV: 4.4%
  • IBU: 25

Literally means “black beer” in German, and sometimes called a “black Pils,”our version of this beer is somewhat malty with a nice dry finish. This is a dark beer that drinks like it’s lighter cousins, with a hint of roasted character.

Raspberry Sour — .

  • $6.00 16oz pint
  • ABV: 5.0%
  • SRM: 1.0
  • IBU: 5

Based loosely on a German Berliner Weisse this starts as a very pale, refreshing, low-alcohol German wheat beer with a clean lactic sourness. Our take bumps up the alcohol, uses some mildly fruity hops, and a lot of raspberry puree.

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