First it was beer, then it was wine. Now the world of craft is seeping into distilleries.
Rebuilt from its bare bones up, this 1960s Shasta trailer has been fully restored and turned into a complete functioning mobile bar. This bar is on the go and headed to a party near you.
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.
Utah Opera and Salt Lake magazine partner for the 3rd annual Libretti & Libations, where art influences life – for at least a drink (or two)
The latest liquor law reform is a public relations disaster.
One of the most surprising things about Utah’s revamp of its liquor laws is the way it brought citizens together and drove them apart. The attempt to remove the embarrassing Zion Curtain pitted restaurant groups, which supported the law, against some of the groups’ members whose livelihood is threatened by the colateral damage of the…
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…
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.