In chronological order
Offset Bier Co.
Est. 2021 by Connor Brown
Hop Centric Brewery With A Nod To Tradition
Grid City Beerworks
Jeremy Gross, head brewer; Drew Reynolds, CEO; Justin Belliveau, president 2020
Est. 2019 by Cody McKendrick and Ross Metzger
One of only two breweries in Utah that are both independent and craft malt certified
Heeber Valley Brewing Co.
Est. 2019: Clint Jones & Greg Poirier
Heber Valley's first craft brewery.
Est. 2019 by Mark Medura
Award winning beers.
Ogden River Brewing
Est. 2019 by Patt Winslow
Ogden born and raised.
Est. 2019 by Dave Moody
Brewed with true grit in the heart of St. George.
Est. 2019 by Carson Foss
Ogden owned and operated.
Hopkins Brewing Co.
Est. 2018 by Chad Hopkins
Local first and all natural.
Policy King Brewery
Est. 2019 by Sara Ridgel and Deandre
Building community one beer at a time.
Est. 2018 by Kevin & Britt Templin
Three generations of Templins infusing Utah with their love of beer.
Toasted Barrel Brewery
Est. 2018 by Sage Dawson and Lynn Litchfield
Seasonal releases of vintage aged sours and high alcohol barrel aged beers.
Salt Fire Brewing Co.
Established 2017 by Ryan Miller
Custodians of the craft.
Cervesa Zolupez Beer Co.
Est. 2017 by Javier Chávez, Jr.
Latino-Owned craft brewery dedicated to Mexican-style Cerveza.
Fisher Brewing Co.
Revived by Steven Brown, Tim Dwyer, Colby Frazier and Tom Riemondy.
Est. 2017by Andrew Dasenbrock with investors
Downtown SLC's second brewery.
RoHa Brewing Project
Est. 2017 by Rob Phillips, Chris Haas, Josh Stern
Downtown SLC's third brewery.
Salt Flats Brewery
Est. 2017 by Steve Pruitt
Located in a former professional race facility filled with race cars, tools and awards.
Strap Tank Brewery
Est. 2016 by Rick and Vicky Salisbury
Springville, Utah County's first brewery.
Talisman Brewing Co.
Est. 2016 by Dusty and Joann Williams
Utah's finest artisan craft ales and lagers.
2 Row Brewing
Est. 2015 by Brian & DeDe Coleman
Made with Family-Owned Love.
Park City Brewing
Est. 2015 by Jeremy, Brian and Scott Ray with investors
Brothers from Virginia move to Utah to ski and brew beer.
Est. 2015 ,Expanded from Avenues Proper Restaurant
Multiple locations: Avenues Proper Restaurant, Proper Burger Co, Craft by Proper, and Stratford Proper. A brewpub in Moab, Utah coming soon.
Vernal Brewing Co
Est. 2013 by Ginger Bowden
Dinosaurs and beer in Eastern Utah, an instant attraction.
Est. 2012 by Brad Shepherd
Tooele's first brewery opened by a bowling alley owner and beer enthusiast
Est. 2010 by David Cole and Peter Erickson
Utah’s first brewery since prohibition to brew exclusively high alcohol content beer.
Est. 2010: Trent Fargher
Innovative, unorthodox, and unapologetically unique.
Est. 2005 by the Harris brothers.
One of the most spectacular parks on earth now offers a brewery.
Est. 2001: Joe and Helen Petras
First adopter of aluminum cans.
Moab Brewing Co.
he inspiration for our diverse and always evolving craft beers comes from the beautiful and unique landscape in and around the beautiful town of Moab, UT.
Est. 1995 by Pete and Kym Buttschardt
A local favorite with four current locations in Ogden, Layton and SLC Airport. Two new locations scheduled for 2022.
Not so much micro these days, but are still very much locally-owned and independent. Craft brewing at it's finest!
Red Rock Brewing
Three locations winning best brewpub of the year in GABF
Est. 1993 by Will Hamil and Del Vance
Largest brewery in Utah by sales and volume
Est. by Peter Cole and Jeff Polycronis
Eembracing the philosophy of healthy community and healthy planet, sending award-winning beer to over 20 states using sustainable and local resources.
Est.1986 by Greg Schirff in Park City
Misbehaving since 1986, brewing playfully irreverent, award-winning beers.
Est. 1972, added Brewery 1995
Offering fresh craft beer canned on site and available to go in Historic Trolley Square. You can clean that up as needed.