Nice mountain town brewhouse feel. Service was good until they got busy, then we did not see our waiter for a while. Barkeep was knowledgable and very nice. About 10-15 taps of their beers, plus bottle of both Wasatch and Squatters. Bottles of both for sale. Only got an appetizer, but was very good. Prices were a bit high for a brewhouse, but not unexpected given a mountain town. Very enjoyable, proper glassware, and very enjoyable beer.
Located at the "end of" downtown, in a sense. Quite honestly, High West wasn’t open, so this was our fall back. However, visiting before skiing season had its perks. The place was pretty damn dead when we visited. The selection was decent. They seemed to have a nice assortment, but I’m just not blown away with the Utah beer scene as a whole, but they do well with what they have. The service was nice, and the food was quite mediocre. All in all, I can see how after a nice day, hitting the slopes, how this would do the trick, but the food in Park City leaves a lot to be desired, but the beer is decent.
This brewery features bars on two levels in a building featuring the cool although common exposed wood structure. There are always a dozen or so brews on tap, and the stronger bottled beers are also available. Some are very good, none are terrible. Squatters’ stuff is available too, trying to figure the connection. Recently the server comped me a sample of a jalapeno beer. Very interesting. Locals say it is expensive, but if you are from back east there is no shock here. The place is variously described as a cantina, and features that type of food and usual pub fare. A must for out of town skiers, although other brewpubs are in town.
Brewpub set up in a chalet type structure which given it’s location makes sense. They had 10 different beers on tap and some of their bigger beers available by bottle. Most of the beers are blah except the pumpkin and jalapeño cream are fantastic. The food was quite tasty as well. The prices are a bit steep for the samplers but overall it’s about as good as you’re going to find in Utah given their stupid beer laws.
visited 7/21/10. sweet spot though a little cliched... the whole ski lodge thing feels a little forced. the cantina upstairs is much more bearable. incredibly friendly and knowledgeable staff. big list of beers on tap and a frikkin’ stew of the day.... that’s a winner.