This info from Third Sun Productions just came across my desk and it sounds like the makings of a fun weekend.
Third Sun Productions is proud to present the Utah Ale Trail Fall Crawl’s biggest year yet — a four day long celebration of Utah’s locally owned craft breweries and cideries, with 39 locations stretching across Northern and Southern Utah, from Logan to St. George.
The 2023 Utah Ale Trail Fall Crawl offers craft beer and cider enthusiasts an opportunity to explore award-winning brewpubs and taprooms across the state of Utah to sip, savor and share beverages and snacks at each stop with friends and family.
Starting on Thursday, October 19th, participants can pick up “Passports” and earn a stamp at each location they visit, which can be redeemed for branded merchandise and other fun prizes after visiting at least (4) locations by Sunday, October 22nd.
There is also a social media contest to win a Grand Prize package. To enter, participating crawlers are invited to tag photos of their stops at any location with @utahaletrail, #utahaletrailfallcrawl and #utahaletrail.
Troy Mumm, co-founder of Third Sun Productions explained that the Utah Ale Trail website started off as a fun side project that celebrates the local brewing community, and serves as a complete directory for all of Utah’s breweries.
“The Fall Crawl event invites Utah residents and visitors to explore new spots that have opened up in the last several years, as well as revisit some of their favorite locations to try limited beer releases and enjoy special events at each stop,” added Mumm.
“The Utah Ale Trail is a fantastic independent resource that Third Sun has created to support the brewing community in the state of Utah. Last year was our first year participating in the Fall Crawl – as we were still a new business, it was a phenomenal way to help spread the word about Scion Cider Bar,” said owner Elisabeth Osmeloski.
Boasting an extensive menu of over 225 ciders imported from around the world, Scion Cider Bar is one of the more unique stops, as the onsite cidery also produces small batch ciders from Utah grown apples.
“In addition, we proudly serve ciders from all 5 of Utah’s hard cider producers, plus a rotating selection of locally made beers; so we’re thrilled to be a part of the program to help support the growth of our local community of brewers and cider makers,” added Osmeloski.
Visit https://utahaletrail.com/fallcrawl/ to see the complete list of participating breweries and cideries across Utah.