East Millcreek Brewing

East Millcreek, Utah, United States • Updated Feb. 23, 2020

On Tap

1. Towner Jacquette by Gorgeous George

  • Weissbier
  • ABV: 4.5%
  • SRM: 3.0
  • IBU: 0
  • OG: 1.046
  • FG: 1.012

Weissbier, which means "white beer," was initially used to described wheat beers because they were paler in color to the typical beers brewed in Germany. Hefe translates as "yeast" and weizen means as "wheat." Yeast in the name refers to the fact that this unfiltered beer remains cloudy thanks to the suspended yeast.

4. Cask of '43 by Gorgeous George

  • Belgian Tripel
  • ABV: 10.6%
  • SRM: 5.0
  • IBU: 30
  • OG: 1.092
  • FG: 1.013

Draw another goblet From the cask of '43 Crimson misty memory Hazy glimpse of me Give me back my wonder, I've something more to give I guess it doesn't matter There's not much more to live. Cheers Bubba.

5. Assynipplechops by Gorgeous George

  • ABV: 4.9%
  • SRM: 17.0
  • IBU: 22
  • OG: 1.051
  • FG: 1.021

American Imperial Red Ale. The use of American hops in the American imperial red ale lends to the perception of medium hop bitterness, flavor and aroma. Coupled with a solid malt profile, this should be a beer with balance between hop bitterness and malt sweetness.

6. NITRO Heavy Shot by Gorgeous George

  • Russian Imperial Stout
  • ABV: 6.0%
  • SRM: 37.0
  • IBU: 86
  • OG: 1.100
  • FG: 1.021

Russian Imperial Stout served on Nitrogen. A salute to Ray - cheers buddy.

Coming Soon

Prost LuLu by Gorgeous George

  • Kolsch
  • ABV: 5.1%
  • SRM: 2.0
  • IBU: 14
  • OG: 1.052
  • FG: 1.012

Kolsch is a unique style in that it is fermented with ale yeast, but then finished with lagering. The result is the best of both worlds: A light easy drinking pale that finishes crisp and clean. The most basic way to separate beers into different styles is by yeast. By far, the two largest groups are ales and lagers.

Winston, What The Helles? by Gorgeous George

  • Helles
  • ABV: 5.4%
  • SRM: 4.0
  • IBU: 0
  • OG: 1.053
  • FG: 1.012

Helles or Hell is a traditional German pale lager beer, produced chiefly in Southern Germany, particularly Munich. The German word hell can be translated as "bright", "light", or "pale".

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