Here are few things you should keep an eye open for now and in the coming weeks.
Desert Edge has their Centennial Steamer on tap. Centennial Steamer is a "California Common" or "Steam beer". This is a true American beer style. "Steam" beers are unique in that they use Lager yeast to ferment, but at much higher, ale temperatures that lend the beer it's flavor. Centennial has a higher hop character and generous amount of Carmel malt flavor. Also on tap the Munich Lager, Edge's Special Bitter, and Backcountry Cream Ale.
Moving across town Squatters has some new and returning stuff on tap. Monkey's Dunkel and Custer's Last Stout and are on tap right now and Chasing Tail is on the Cask. Also look for Wasatch's Pumpkin Ale on the Nitro-tap soon! I think the Nitro will lend itself well to that awesome Pumpkin Ale.
Also, at Squatters, a twist on the classic Black and Tan. Dark Rising is a combo of Hop Rising and Captain Bastard Oatmeal Stout. I've not tried it yet, sounds interesting though.
And one more Squatters tidbit for you. Jenny and Jason are working on a new Flanders Brown Sour. It's been aging in oak for nearly 18 months and has yet to be named. I assume this is different from the original Barrel aged Cherry Luv that came out a few years ago.
Returning along side of the Flanders Brown is the long awaited return of the incredible 5th Element Saison. Believe it or not this has become the highest rated Saison on RateBeer.com. Both of these beers are set to be released sometime around mid-February 2010. I can't wait!