A pair of 12 oz. cans and beer in a Wasatch Brewery branded glass

A pair of 12 oz. cans and beer in a Wasatch Brewery branded glass

Wasatch Brewery

Wasatch Brewery has been misbehaving since 1986, brewing playfully irreverent, award-winning beers. Wasatch continues to misbehave, turning out naughty beer after naughty beer year after year.

History

Greg Schirf moved to Utah from Milwaukee in the early 80s, and at that time, drinking and brewing were all but forbidden. Greg took matters into his own hands and did what any self-respecting midwesterner would do: He started a brewery.

Wasatch was the very first brewery in Utah – and one of the first craft brewers in all of the U.S. – brewing award-winning brews since 1986.

In 1988, Greg Schirf proposed another bill to the Utah Legislature making brewpubs legal in Utah and opened the first brewpub at the top of historic Main Street in the resort town of Park City. Wasatch continues to misbehave, turning out naughty beer after naughty beer year after year.

Three years later, Jeff Polychronis and Peter Cole, founders of Squatters, opened Salt Lake City’s first brewpub.

In 2000, Squatters and Wasatch merged their microbrewery operations creating Utah Brewers Cooperative. Combined, Squatters and Wasatch beers have won more than 100 awards at national and international beer competitions. Including the prestigious, U.S. Mid-size Brewery of the Year award from the Brewers Association in 2010, a distinction that highlights the “statement-making” nature of their beer.

Based in Salt Lake City, Utah Brewers Cooperative is a craft beer brewer and brewpub operator that sells its beers across 20 states under the Squatters Craft Beer and Wasatch Brewery brands.

Currently, the company employs over 400 people and operates a commercial brewery, as well as six branded brewpubs.

Greater than 25% Ownership by Utah Brewers Cooperative.

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Inside the Wasatch Brewery brewpub taproom in Park City, Utah

Inside the Wasatch Brewery brewpub taproom in Park City, Utah

This brewery has multiple locations.

Park City Brewpub

  • 250 Main St
  • Park City, UT 84060-5113
  • United States
  • (435) 649-0900

Taproom Hours The schedule provided is based on the information available from the brewery at the time this page was published and is subject to change. Hours may also vary on holidays or for special events. Refer to the brewery website or check out their social media accounts for the latest information. Submit corrections via the form on this page.

  • Sunday: 10 AM - 10 PM
  • Monday: 11 AM - 10 PM
  • Tuesday: 11 AM - 10 PM
  • Wednesday: 11 AM - 10 PM
  • Thursday: 11 AM - 10 PM
  • Friday: 11 AM - 10 PM
  • Saturday: 10 AM - 10 PM

No Brewery Tour Info

Either a brewery tour is not available at this location, isn’t offered on a set schedule, or that information hasn’t been made available.

This brewery has multiple locations.

Sugarhouse

  • 2110 S Highland Dr
  • Salt Lake City, UT 84106
  • United States
  • (801) 783-1127

Taproom Hours The schedule provided is based on the information available from the brewery at the time this page was published and is subject to change. Hours may also vary on holidays or for special events. Refer to the brewery website or check out their social media accounts for the latest information. Submit corrections via the form on this page.

  • Sunday: 10 AM - 12 AM
  • Monday: 11 AM - 12 AM
  • Tuesday: 11 AM - 12 AM
  • Wednesday: 11 AM - 12 AM
  • Thursday: 11 AM - 12 AM
  • Friday: 11 AM - 1 AM
  • Saturday: 10 AM - 1 AM

No Brewery Tour Info

Either a brewery tour is not available at this location, isn’t offered on a set schedule, or that information hasn’t been made available.

For More Information

Visit the Brewery Website

Beers

A selection of beers from Wasatch Brewery

Beer NameStyleABVIBUsCal.Rating
First One Down Review American Winter Warmer7.1213

News

Wasatch Brewery in the News

Wasatch Brewery Refreshes Brand and Releases New Beers

Park City’s Wasatch Brewery announced a design refresh, including updates to cans and secondary packaging. And they’re releasing new beers as well. Read More