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Zion Brewery opens St. George location, Station 2

Zion Brewery, home of arguably the most epic patio in the world and some damn delicious beer, has expanded into St. George.


Zion Brewery, Station 2
Station 2 in St. Geroge. Photo by Tom Bennett

Zion Brewery, home of arguably the most epic patio in the world and some damn delicious beer, has expanded into St. George. The brewery and pub are a staple in Springdale. They are continuing to celebrate their history and Southern Utah culture by opening Station 2 in a historic building.

The new location is in a renovated fire station which has served the city since 1918. It is this unique building from which the bar draws its name.

Unlike the Zion Brewpub, Station 2 is a bar. The St. George location focuses on beer and wine and does not serve food. Owner Jolene Pace says, “We are really looking forward to bringing the first actual bar to St. George and serving our beer to the local audience.”

The Station focuses on Zion’s own brews and a few other local Utah beers. The brewery will implement food trucks and is cooperating with the nearby Pizza Factory. They plan to host social events and for entertainment they offer a downstairs tavern and an upstairs billiards room. Future plans include brewing in the north bay, and a 15-barrel operation with canning and bottling. U

Station 2 is located at 150 North Main Street in St. George, Utah.

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