The home bar doesn’t have to be intimidating.
Nestled between forested peaks in Ogden Canyon, in idyllic and remote Eden—a town of only 600—is New World Distillery.
Just when the Utah Tourism Office thought it was safe to come out of hiding, a full-page ad appeared this week in the Idaho Statesman reminding everybody that Utah is a stodgy, no-fun, legally risky place to visit. The American Beverage Institute has made it no secret it has it in for Utah’s lower blood-alcohol limit for DUI—.08…
The latest liquor law reform is a public relations disaster.
RoHa Brewing Project is the latest in a string of new bars and breweries to pop their caps in Salt Lake.
A new bar has washed ashore.
What do you get when you put together four friends who love to home brew and one of Utah’s oldest beer brands? A pint a salmon would swim upstream for
A couple years ago, I had the great opportunity to work in Dublin, Ireland for a summer. I was able to experience the country’s scenic landscapes and traditional Irish music and dancing. Of course, I also got a firsthand taste of its world-famous libations.
“Alcohol may be man’s worst enemy, but the Bible says love your enemy.” Frank Sinatra He was a wise man, that Frank Sinatra. And a well-travelled one too. On and off planes. In and out of hotels. And definitely, to and from bars. The last time the late, great crooner graced Salt Lake City was in…
Tis Trestle Tavern’s season Trestle Tavern’s winter cocktail menu features libations sure to keep your belly warm this chilly season. Classics like the Scofflaw and the Market Mule, as well as warm cocktails like the Svarak (mulled wine), fill a warming role in an imbiber’s repertoire—and perfectly complement a great menu comprised of some Eastern…