One of the only places open in downtown (I think people consider this neck of the woods downtown, anyways) Salt Lake. Seems like damn near everything but the grocery store and Squatters is closed on Sunday. How reverent of the city. Anyways, this place was fairly packed on the Sunday we went, around 11:00 a.m. We found a seat at the bar. The service was prompt, and courteous. The beer was fine. I like some of their stuff more than others. Canít say I really appreciate the 4% limit on draught beers, or whatever the law is, but they make it work within the costraints of the law. The food is decent, but not great. Overall, in comparison with other places around the country, this place is mediocre, at best. Within Salt Lake, though, this is where itís at. The service was spot on, the beer is pretty good. A must stop when in Salt Lake.
Everything was decent to above average but nothing was really that great. Limits with some of the silly brewing laws. Beers were decent, selection ok, food average. Good stop for the area though and doing their best to promote the beer cause in Utah.
Visited here while on vacation in August í14. Fun, energetic brewpub with an old warehouse kind of feel to it. Service was prompt and friendly. Had a good dozen or so of their beers on tap and higher ABV selections available for takeout. Good varied menu, a little bit of everything, prices about what I would expect for a downtown brewpub. I had the Blackened Tilapia Salad and it was superb. Stop by if spending any amount of time in SLC.
Squatters has a great menu with the best brew pub food Iíve found in Utah. All organic. Squattersí beers are excellent. The Mug Club meets monthly and is a great way to taste new releases before they become available to the general public. Head Brew Master Jason Stock is super chill. ~m
This place is great - several floors and tons of tables. Most of their 4% abv are brewed here and there are a few barrels aging. The staff was enthusiastic about Squatters/Wasatch brews and knew what they were talking about.
a very nice brewpub just around the corner where my hotel looked nice from the outside and the inside still better the service was good and the food was very tasty and the tastings were specially served on a ski with the names in there very cool and the flavors were good so a must to go there
This place was hoppiní on a friday evening. I think between everyone in our little group we tried everything on tap, not a stinker in the bunch and obviously very sessionable.
The service was prompt and cheery.
The food was well prepared and creative.
A packed pub in downtown SLC. I visited here on a Wednesday late afternoon (5pm) and it was quite full. They offer 6 regulars and up to 4 seasonals on tap, with usually 1 cask. Draught beers are offered in 1/3, 1/2, and even full liters I believe (a little odd- and they will serve you a 1/2 L if you donít specify). They also have their own high gravity beers in bottles plus Wasatch stuff (including Outer Darkness). The food menu looked good (typical pub fare), but I didnít order anything. This place was pretty good and I really liked their Suspension Pale Ale. Definitely a recommended stop in SLC (and I would recommend splitting time at Red Rock and Squatters; I found both to be similar in terms of beer quality).