Stopped in on a weekday night. Pretty crowded. Decor made me think this place would require employees to wear a lot of flair. TVs showing a few games. Tasters available, as well as a few full-strength bottles if the 4% draft beers arenít doing it for you. I didnít enjoy any of the beers I tried, and canít say I had any interest in returning during my stay, but also wouldnít be surprised if itís the best place in town.
We stopped in here a couple of times while holidaying in the area in 2012. Pretty decent beer and an extensive menu of good hearty pub food. The ice cream bar out the front is a nice touch. All things considered I thought it was a pretty decent place for a meal and drink with an all round good vibe,.
Stopped by on a Wed. afternoon. Pretty busy, but bar seating was available. Apparently they canít have tap beers over 4%--weird. Service was pretty good, but three of their beers were sold out, and the remaining selection was pretty meager. Food was decent and prices werenít as bad as I thought they would be. Worth stopping at since it is the only game in town, but donít have high expectations.
Tourist-style brewpub in Moab nonetheless seemed a good mix of visitors and locals and was quite crowded on the winter Saturday night we got there (30 minute wait at 5:30). Decent food, pretty typical beer list, everything on tap clocking in at 4% per Utah regulations. Probably the best spot in town and a few beers are much appreciated after a day of climbing, biking, hiking, kayaking, whatever -- so points for that.
A decent brewery in a small Utah town in the middle of nowhere. Do not drive out here for the beer (itís OK, but not worth it). Drive out here to go to Arches National Park and grab some beer while youíre in the area. The park is well worth the trip. The brewpub has decent beer and a pretty extensive food menu. The food is pretty good. The staff are nice, but are not very well versed in the beer. All beers on tap are under 4% ABV, due to the laws in the state, but you can get some stronger beer in bottles to go. The gelato is very good.
Visited here while on vacation in August í14. Fun, lively brewpub with good prompt service. Outdoor activity oriented decor - this being the mountain biking capital of the world. Have about 10 of their brews on tap - all 4% ABV due to Utah laws - they have higher ABV take homes for those inclined. Beers were not bad - just bland - you can really tell they are lacking the extra oomph - tired one of their higher ABV beers at another restaurant in town and it was much better. Pretty varied menu, I had the special of Pork Prime Rib and it was pretty tasty. Prices were not that bad considering the remote location. Had a gelato bar by the front door - lots of fun flavors. A pretty decent place.
We visited this place two times. Always very crowded. Had to wait about 30 minutes before we were seated. No reservations possible. Meanwhile we drunk some beers in the pub. Good price / quality for the food.
So the family and I blew through here and I raced in to grab some GOD awfully expensive brews ($20 for a liter of Scotch Ale, please!). This appears to be a very popular place. They have ice cream being served right up front adjacent to the gift / bottle shop. There are families packing this place out in the dining area and lined up for ice cream. It seems they have a good recipe here. The staff seemed friendly and very helpful. I need to stop by here with the family next time and try the food too. If youíre heading thru Moab you must stop here as youíre going to drive right by the place anyway.
Ottima birreria artigianale, buone pietanze e buone birre. Tempi di attesa lunghi per mangiare ma un buon posto se vi trovate a Moab per trascorrere una serata in allegria.
Da provare la torta al cioccolato Tsunami Chocolate!