Nothing to worry about do here at 5200 ft. but up high, we’re getting next years drinking water.
Somehow they’ll link that to global warming.
I know you have troubles in your neighborhood, but I have to say, the Wasatch Mountains are absolutely beautiful. Back when good beer was hard to find across the country, my old friend that lived in that area used to mail me cases of Wasatch Permium Ale on a fairly regular basis. I remember going to Park City before everyone and his brother had to be there.
Yeah, the snow you’re seeing today will be helping refill Lake Meade next year.
Okay, now I feel really old. For nostalgia sake I just looked on Google to see if I could still get Wasatch Premium Ale, and all that showed up was a bottle in a collection of vintage bottles It seems as though the Wasatch brewery is going strong, but my old favorite is no more.
Wasatch is a pretty popular brand but, if memory serves, they recently sold out to a larger conglomerate (I need to do some research there so don’t quote me yet).
Oh, that sucks. It’s usually the death blow for a good local brewer. We have a few really good local brewers around the Tampa area, and I hope they stay local. Unfortunately, I’ve recently found out I’m Celiac, as in, can’t digest anything with wheat, so I am still trying to find a good brewer that brews without wheat or barley. In the meantime it’s bourbon and wine for me, but I haven given up on beer.
I didn’t realize gluten free beer was a thing but apparently there are a fair number of choices.
I gave up beer after my little heart episode so now it’s just a glass of wine with dinner for me 4 or 5 days a week. I miss having a good microbrew beer every once in awhile but I am healthier without it.
Unfortunately it seems that many of the popular local breweries are getting bought out by the big beer conglomerates. If you can’t beat them buy them:(
Well, the gluten free beers out there I’ve tried honestly suck. I mean, theyre just no good. Still, I’ve heard rumors of good ones, and it seems like it should be possible. I’m still looking, though.
having a beer right now, ‘CHEERS!’
Uh oh. I didn’t figure snow in the equation when I planned my Colorado trip by way of Utah.
This Kalifornia valley folk is not used to driving in the snow but there’s no turning back now.
On the topic of beer, Sacramento aka River City could also pass as Beer Town.
You should be fine as long as you avoid the mountain tops. We are at 7000+ feet here in Northern AZ and no sign of snow here yet. Usually don’t have to worry about more than a passing flurry until we’ll into October.
Though we should be getting our first frost any day now. Not good for the vegetable garden but at least my wife will get to test out her new green house🤞
Make sure to only have 2 in a week otherwise the ATF will come knocking