List of breweries, wineries, and distilleries in Utah

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This is a list of breweries, wineries, and distilleries in the state of Utah.

As of 2013 there were eighteen breweries operating in the state.[1] As of November 2017, this number had increased to 27, ranking 40th in total number of breweries and 38th in per capita number of breweries, with 1.4 per 100,000 people of age 21 and over. However, Utah is 27th in the total number of craft beer barrels produced, and 16th per capita. [2].

There are also four distilleries [3] and eight wineries [4] licensed in Utah.

Breweries[edit]

Source [5]

Company Type City Year Founded Notes
2 Row Brewing Microbrewery Midvale 2015
Bohemian Brewery Microbrewery Midvale 2001
Bonneville Brewery Microbrewery Tooele 2013 Formerly Tracks Brewing
Desert Edge Brewery Brewpub Salt Lake City 1995
Epic Brewing Co. Regional brewery Salt Lake City 2010 Also have a brewery and taproom in Denver, Colorado
A. Fisher Brewing Co. Microbrewery Salt Lake City 2017 Revival of brewery open from 1884-1960 (one of the last breweries in Utah at the time) [6]
Hop N' Keg Brewery Brewpub Vernal 2012
Hoppers Brewing Co. Brewpub Midvale
Kiitos Brewing Microbrewery Salt Lake City 2017
Moab Brewery Microbrewery Moab 1996
Park City Brewery Microbrewery Park City 2015
Proper Brewing Co. Brewpub Salt Lake City 2013
Red Rock Brewing Co. Microbrewery Salt Lake City 1994
RoHa Brewing Project Microbrewery Salt Lake City 2017
Roosters Brewing Co. Microbrewery Ogden 1994 Have a 2nd location in Layton
Salt Flats Brewing Microbrewery Salt Lake City / Draper 2016
Shades of Pale Brewery Microbrewery South Salt Lake 2011 Founded in Park City, moved to South Salt Lake in 2014
Strap Tank Brewing Co. Brewpub Springville 2016 Second location coming to Lehi Utah spring of 2018
SaltFire Brewing Co. Microbrewery Salt Lake City 2018 First brew served 12 April 2018
Talisman Brewing Co. Microbrewery Ogden 2016
Uinta Brewing Company Regional brewery Salt Lake City 1993 Largest brewery in Utah as of 2016
Utah Brewers Cooperative Regional brewery Salt Lake City 1986 (Wasatch) 1989 (Squatters) Coalition of Squatters Brewery in Salt Lake City and Wasatch Brewery in Park City. Wasatch Brewery, opened in 1986, was the first microbrewery in Utah. Squatters opened in Salt Lake City in 1989. The two companies merged to form the Utah Brewers Cooperative in 2000, but retain separate brand names.[7]
Vernal Brewing Co. Micobrewery Vernal 2013
Zion Canyon Brewing Co. Microbrewery Springdale 2006

Distilleries and wineries[edit]

Company Type City Notes
Beehive Distilling Distillery Salt Lake City
Castle Creek Winery Winery Moab
Hammer Spring Distillers Distillery Salt Lake City
High West Distillery Distillery Park City
The Hive Winery Winery Layton
Kiler Grove Winegrowers Winery Salt Lake City
La Caille Winery and Vineyards Winery Little Cottonwood Canyon
Native Wines Winery Mt. Pleasant
New World Distillery Distillery Eden
Ogden's Own Distillery Ogden
Outlaw Distillery Distillery Midvale
Spanish Valley Vineyards and Winery Winery Moab
Sugar House Distillery Distillery Salt Lake City
Summum Winery Salt Lake City
William Cooper Winery Winery Salt Lake City

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dawn House, "From zero to 18, brewers flourishing in Utah." Salt Lake Tribune, Feb. 4, 2013.
  2. ^ Brewers Association - Statistics by State. Accessed 24 Nov. 2017.
  3. ^ Kathy Stephenson, "New distilleries produce Utah's first gin and more vodka." Salt Lake Tribune, July 9, 2014.
  4. ^ Utah Wineries, Catch Wine.
  5. ^ Brewers Association - Utah Breweries. Accessed 24 Nov. 2017.
  6. ^ After 50 years, Utah's A. Fisher Brewing Co. is back on tap. The Salt Lake Tribune. 23 Feb. 2017.
  7. ^ Utah Brewers Cooperative loses three top employees in restructuring. The Salt Lake Tribune. 19 Aug. 2015.