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Eight great new brews to try at City Weekly’s Utah Beer Festival this Saturday:

8. Chaffetz Creamed Ale: A lightweight brew that goes down the Hatch easily.

7. Polygamy Pilsner: A multi-flavored beer secretly available in certain Sandy neighborhoods.

6. Bro-stache Brau: A flavorless lager favored by hipsters and undercover cops (available in tallboy cans only).

5. Kardashian Saison: A stocky ale that does absolutely nothing but give you a big ass.

4. Huntsman IPA: A medium-bodied offering that won’t be available again until 2016.

3. Waddoups Witbier: A nonalcoholic ale with clouded appearance and judgment.

2. Déja vu Ocho Bock: An extra-fermented dark beer that tastes suspiciously like lists that have been published before.

1. Birra Rizzi: An exasperated Italian-style lager that’s probably reconsidering Utah Beer Fest 2012.

Twitter: @Bill_Frost | BillFrost.tv

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