Desert Edge Brewery has a humble beginning back in the early 70s serving Coors to the college kids. Thankfully, they’ve upgraded since then and brew their own craft beers. Try the Irish Red on Nitro, or take a growler of their C.K. Kolsch home.
For a comfortable environment with flavorful food options check out Bohemian Brewery where they describe the beer as “from old central-European lagering traditions, to newer brew styles, there's a Bohemian Lager Beer with your name on it.” If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to travel to Germany, simply grab a liter or two of beers here.
Named after the 1907 Harley-Davidson Strap Tank motorcycle, this brewery features the quintessential 4% ABV beers on tap that are found throughout the state. However, they also provide some 7% gems including their stout and saison. Not just that, they have a limited released Barrel-Aged Saison which will knock your socks off, if you’re lucky enough to land one of the 750ml bottles.
Talisman Brewing Company brings fine craft brews to just north of Salt Lake City in the city of Ogden. They feature a wide array of brew offerings, but you’re best to taste it all in person. Drop by for a brewery tour around 6PM on Fridays where you’ll have an opportunity to sample the various offerings, and then you can take in the ambiance of a Friday crowd after the tour.
Squatters prioritizes what they call their Triple Bottom Line philosophy: People, Planet, and Profit. This means that they provide a comfortable environment for people to interact and enjoy time; they also use sustainable and environmentally friendly products in their production; finally, they aim to stay in business which means making a profit. Drop by the Salt Lake City location for a taste of their Tropical Double IPA and their Russian Imperial Stout.
Owing its name to the Uinta National Forest in Northern Utah, Uinta Brewing brings a lot of character to the growing drinking population of Salt Lake City. From the West Coast-Style IPA, to the Grapefruit IPA, to the summery Mango Lime Pilsner Uinta puts well-balanced flavors into its brews. We particularly love the simplicity in their creative bottle labels.
Anyone traveling to Moab, Utah has an adventurous spirit which is perfect for a local craft brewery to capitalize on. Weary mountain bikers, rock-climbers, and day-hikers find sanctuary in the Moab Brewery where decent food is served with excellent beer. As if beer wasn’t enough of the perfect indulgence in the desert, Moab Brewery also makes its own gelato to cool the soul.
As is standard in Utah, draft beers cannot be higher than 4% ABV so while Red Rock offers drafts such as a hefe, an amber, and a honey wheat beer, you will be remiss if you order a draft IPA at that low ABV rather than just ordering a bottle of it which can legally be at a higher percentage. The brewery makes up for the restriction through their Drioma Imperial Stout (10.1%) and Elephino Double IPA (8%).
Wasatch was among the first of breweries in Utah and has thrived in its perfect location for out-of-towners looking to indulge after a day of skiing right on Main Street in Park City. This is where you’ll find the hilariously named Polygamy Porter and Evolution Amber which both poke fun at the conservative community of nearby Salt Lake City.
If you’ve been to any bar with a decent craft beer selection you have seen Epic. Their beers reflect classic styles such as a wheat, IPA, porter, as well as a pale. However, if you delve into their Exponential Series you’ll start seeing some interesting combinations and a slew of Belgian-styled ales that will keep you salivating. The home brewery to Epic is in Salt Lake City but they also have a location in Denver with an aptly named RiNo brew, in honor of the River North (RiNo) neighborhood of Denver.
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