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Uinta Celebrates Arts Fest Anniversary



For the past 15 years, Uinta Brewing has partnered with the Utah Arts Festival to provide beer for festival patrons. This year, in honor of the Festival's 35th anniversary, the brewing team at Uinta has created Arts Fest Amber Ale. --- The special beer will only be available from June 23 to June 26, and only at the Arts Festival at Library Square.

"We've been so please with our partnership with Uinta," said Festival Director Lisa Sewell," to have them create a beer just for us is an honor."

Uinta's Crooked Line series will also be featured at Arts Fest, at its own Crooked Line booth. In addition, Crooked Line brews will be paired with gourmet foods from chef Robert "Sully" Sullivan of Utah Food Services and the Epicuriosity booth.

Uinta Arts Fest Amber Ale from Utah Arts Festival on Vimeo.