The beer scene in Utah is pretty grim, but this place was a bright spot. They even had liquor, a rare sight. Good food, pints are $4-6. Given the restrictive liquor laws in the state, I would say that Moab Brewery is doing a great job.
10 beers offered on draft, all at 4%. 3 additional 16 oz cans available in house or to go, ranging up to 7%. A little bit loud inside with open seating in the bar area and good service. If you’re in Moab looking for some new ticks, might as well go for it. (Note: ~2 ounce tasters available for 65 cents, but in Utah you can only have 2 drinks in front of you at a time, so a pint and a taster is not a bad way to go.)
A large brew pub with quite a bit of eclectic decoration: bikes, a jeep, kayak, etc. all making sure you know what the pastimes are in Moab. The place was kind of loud and was definitely crowded. Parking can be a challenge in the lot but there are options on the side streets. The beers on tap are all 4% but they offer a few cans of higher strength. The service was pleasant enough. The food was not very good at all. My hamburger was definitely a frozen patty. You can buy beers to go.
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 aren’t doing it for you. I didn’t enjoy any of the beers I tried, and can’t say I had any interest in returning during my stay, but also wouldn’t be surprised if it’s 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,.
sthlm (147) Blank, Alabama | June 17, 2015| Updated June 2, 2017
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 (it’s OK, but not worth it). Drive out here to go to Arches National Park and grab some beer while you’re 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.