The Beer

Amber AleMany Rivers’ signature style of beer we call a Rocky Mountain Amber Ale. Its recipe is focused on using the highest quality water originating from mountain snow melt; western barley and hops; a taste that is less sweet and slightly more malty and hoppy than most amber ales; and finally, a rich amber color and pleasant aroma. Following this initial introduction, Many Rivers intends to issue two more styles – Indian Pale Ale (commonly referred as IPA) and Blonde Ale. As the company grows, seasonal brews may also be introduced.

How our beer is made – Many Rivers contract brews its beer through a well established and highly regarded local brewery (Kannah Creek/Edgewater Brewery); a common practice for start-up brewing companies. Starting in February 2017, Many Rivers’ Amber Ale will be available in bottles and kegs with cans planned for early 2018 for both our Amber and IPA.

New in cans!

We will have the Amber Ale and IPA available in cans soon. Be on the lookout!

 

Did you know...

the Colorado River is at the top of the endangered list; a vital resource which provides 30 million Americans with drinking water. Drinking beer can help support our rivers...so go fill up that empty glass.

 

Cenosillicaphobia is the fear of an empty beer glass.
 

At 1,450 miles long, the Colorado River is the sixth longest in the nation, passing through seven states and two nations.

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The Colorado provides drinking water for 30 million Americans and also helps grow 90% of the nation’s winter vegetables.

There are 400 different types of beer in the world.

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In America, 40% of the rivers and 46% of the lakes are polluted and are considered unhealthy for swimming, fishing or aquatic life.

Citation: 1,450  |  90%  |  400  |  46%

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