Squatters Craft Beers Releases New Brilliant Bier

Squatters Craft Beers Releases New Brilliant Bier

Squatters Craft Beers announces the release of Brilliant Bier German Style Pilsner, a new addition to their year-round lineup of exceptional brews.The release is concurrent with a legislative change in Utah that will allow stronger beer to be sold in grocery and convenience stores. Brilliant Bier will be available on draft and in 6-packs of 12 oz. cans throughout Squatters’ 20-state distribution footprint starting November 1. 

Brilliant Bier is a classic light bodied German-style Pilsner with sweet malt, Noble German hops that offer a spicy and floral aroma, and a bright flavor that will have craft beer lovers saying cheers to a few more biers. Crisp and approachable with a traditional appeal, it’s a brilliant choice any day of the year.

“We went back to the drawing board on this one,” said Squatters’ Chief Operating Officer, Adam Curfew. “Our goal was to make a beautiful German-style Pilsner and that’s exactly what we did. From the European hop aroma to the crisp clean finish, this beer will make your mouth water even when it’s still full of beer.” 

Brilliant Bier is 5% alcohol by volume (ABV), a percentage that would previously have been prohibited at grocery and convenience stores; however, on November 1, Utah’s ABV limit will increase from 4% ABV to 5% ABV. 

Squatters Craft Beers has been at the forefront of Utah craft beer since its inception as Salt Lake City’s first brewpub in 1989, and is pleased to be among Utah’s first craft brewers to offer tried-and-true beers at a higher ABV. Along with the release of Brilliant Bier at the 5% ABV point, Squatters will offer the following beers at higher ABV: Juicy IPA, American Wheat Hefeweizen, Chasing Tail Golden Ale and Full Suspension Pale Ale.

Visit https://www.squatters.com/ for more information or reach out to Maxwell Christen at mchristen@squatters.com 

Stuart is the founder, writer and wrangler at several sites including Gastronomic SLC, Utah Now and, The Utah Review; Stuart is a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune and has worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.