Utah recently said goodbye to 3.2 percent beer, welcoming heavier alcoholic beers to grocery and convenience store shelves.
Here is a quick look at a few local breweries in Salt Lake City.
S.B. 132 would allow Utah grocery stores to sell beer with 4.8 percent alcohol content.
Here is a short list of local breweries making a name for themselves in this fast-growing beer market.
Learn more about the RoHa Brewing Project, a new brewery located near the SLCC South City Campus.
A top-shelf brewery that gives beer-enthusiasts a reason to stay in Utah, Uinta Brewing Company is brewing, bottling and canning first-class beer.
Squatters Microbrewery in Salt Lake City offers interesting beers with something for everyone and three pubs in Utah where people can try them.
The Moab Brewery has been brewing ales and quenching tourist’s thirst for 17 years, but Salt Lake Community College students don’t need to venture all the way to the home of Utah’s famous arches to get a taste of Moab.
Writer Clinton Baker presents a comprehensive guide to finding the brew for you.
Contributing writer Clinton Baker reviews local breweries and what they have on tap.