Beer in Mind: UBER SUN

In a new segment for Beerjanglin’ I am gonna bring our readers, of which there are dozens, DOZENS, a look at some new or newer brews. Mostly ones I’d like to wet my palate with. Today we’re taking a look at the Southern Tier Imperial Summer Wheat, The Uber Sun.

“It is through the movement of the universe that life presents itself in transformation. It is in this spirit that we make UberSun, a tribute to the dynamic energy of summer.”

Basically this is an Imperial Hop Sun, and I think we all know there ain’t a thing wrong with that! Made with a combo of 2-row pale malt, wheat malt, and some fine centennial hops…

“The alignment of wheat and barley through this hop-infused brew embodies the solar system itself…..This may be a difficult task, but one our brewers revel in! They brew a galaxy of taste into every batch. Uber Sun is the ultimate experience that will challenge you with every sip.”

The Hop Sun, while not our favorite Southern Tier offering, is surely a solid brew, and with 8% ABV, the Uber Sun looks to be another winner, in our books. The early reviews of this are very good, scoring an average 4.23 (out of 5) on Beer Advocate. We, for one, cannot wait to get our hands on what promises to be a little slice of “Hop Heaven!”

“Uber Sun is clean and full of flavor, but don’t pull an Icarus-this is one big beer! Pour a glass or drink straight from the bottle, it’s meant to be consumed wisely with friends between summer solstice and autumnal equinox.”- Southern Tier

Bottoms Up!
-Willie 3:16

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~ by William H on August 1, 2007.

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