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Kid Curry Spirits, LLC

Our label is created specifically to honor the Utah Outlaw West.  Kid Curry (Harvey Logan) was a prominent member of the Wild Bunch with Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid.  He had spent a formidable amount of his renegade life in Southern Utah with the Hole In The Wall Gang.  The label is Kid Curry’s wanted poster depiction.  Made into an outlaw by unfortunate circumstances, he became Butch and Sundance’s third in command. Considered one of the fastest guns in the Wild West – Harvey Logan also had another alias – Tom Capehart which is the signature name of our Vanilla Caramel Vodka.

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The best local Utah vodka period. And you need to try the Capehart. It is the best shot served cold straight ever.

Scott Rogers,

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I love Kid Curry spirits… everything is small batch… gluten free… and the Caramel Vanilla Vodka is so smooth. The vodka and rum blend really well in to my cocktails.

Jo Savage,

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The silver rum is my personal favorite! The vodka is also really smooth! Definitely 5 star products!

Lindsey Kessler,

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Waterpocket Distillery

Utah’s 13th licensed distillery produces a range of innovative craft spirits. Their Long Lost™ line of liqueurs recreates and reinterprets forgotten and out-of-production spirits from the golden age of botanical liqueurs in the 18th and 19th centuries. The first of these is called Oread, which is based on a formula from the city of Danzig (now Gdansk in Poland), and uses orange peel, star anise, sage, cinnamon, and ginger among other botanicals. The Toadstool™ line focuses on the deep tradition of amaros, bitters, and kräuterlikör (Ger., “herbal liqueur”) from Europe and elsewhere. The first is called Notom, named after a sleepy desert hamlet just outside of Capitol Reef National Park, gets bitterness from gentian and rhubarb root, but balances it with anise, fennel, cinnamon, and clove. Lower in sugar than similar products, the botanicals do the heavy lifting in the classic digestive style liqueur. Rum is made from raw materials at the distillery, using turbinado sugar and blackstrap molasses. And the distillery has also released an outsourced whiskey under the Robbers Roost label. Gin, kummel, and other products are planned.

Two custom made pot stills from Muller in Germany form the heart of the distillery. The larger still features advanced rectification technology and is used for fermented products. The smaller produces botanical liqueurs, extracts, and will be used for fruit brandies and eau-de-vies in the future. The energy for the plant is produced by a small steam boiler from Columbia. This produces ample steam for still operation, mashing, and the hot water the distillery uses. A development and quality control lab stays in continuous use. The distillers use a state-of-the-art Buchi rotovap vacuum distillation unit to develop, test, and quality control spirits. Experimentation and development with a wide range of tradition botanicals forms a cornerstone interest for the distillers.

A key value of the distillery is to explore the unique potential of Utah for distillation products. The state produces grain, a wide range of botanicals, and numerous fruits suitable for fermentation and distillation. The terrain could support grapes, wine, and so brandy. Mountain areas may hold the potential to grow alpine herbs or berries. There are many challenges to owning and operating a distillery in Utah. But the owners believe the solution lies with developing a group of connoisseurs and spirit lovers who share a love of this state and it’s unique potential for innovative and delicious products.

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You can tell that Waterpocket focuses on making an amazing product first and everything else follows. Stop by here for their small batch product releases, we keep going back for more.

Joey Jonaitis,

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Vernal Brewing Company

Nestled in downtown Vernal, Utah within the heart of Uintah County, Vernal Brewing Company is a unique craft beer brewery and gastropub. In addition to brewing and canning quality craft beers to be sold in-house and distributed across Uintah County and the Salt Lake Valley, we host a family-friendly restaurant/gastropub with patio seating and dining options ranging from comfort food and appetizers to local favorites.

A fun fact about our beer: all of our spent grain – the barley left over after brewing is used to feed local livestock. One of those family farms spends their time raising bucking bulls for the Professional Bull Riders (PBR). Additionally, all of our can labels have maps in the background. If you look closely, you might recognize geographical points.

Our outdoor seating area is surrounded by our own organic garden where we grow the vegetables for our kitchen and some hops for the brewery. Vernal Brewing Company is a great place for families, friends, craft beer lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. We’re proud to be a part of Utah’s Own and invite you to celebrate with us should you be a local resident or a traveler to the area on business or for leisurely pleasure.

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I live in Oregon and came back to the basin to visit family and we came to Vernal brewing for dinner. The beer was fantastic and so was the food!

Aimee Tinkle,

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Always love going here! Excellent brews, excellent food. The atmosphere is great as well. .

Stephanie Kay,

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Great food, friendly service and EXCELLENT BEER! A favorite date night destination.

Geoff Liesik,

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Uinta Brewing Company

Uinta Brewing is named after an east-west mountain range located in northeastern Utah. Many of our beer names are inspired by Utah’s diverse landscapes or have historical significance: i.e. Cuthroat Pale Ale (state fish), King’s Peak Porter (mountain peak), Golden Spike Hefeweizen (transcontinental railroad) and Dubhe (Centennial star).

Uinta Beers have received awards and medals from regional, national and international competitions, including the North American Beer Awards, World Beer Cup, and Great American Beer Festival. We are also proud to have a loyal local following who share their personal stories about Uinta beer and who regularly visit us to have a pint.

We are a proud Utah company serving world-class beers to good people in better ways. Find our beers at Associated Fresh Markets, Harmon’s, Whole Foods and other fine grocers, and try one of our craft-brewed beers, including our Free Form Gluten Free IPA and Gluten Free Belgian-Style Blonde Ale.

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  • FRESH MARKET
  • DAN’S
  • HARMONS
  • MACEY’S
  • RIDLEY’S
  • SMITH’S
  • WALMART
  • WINCO

Reviews

I have always loved your Hop Nosh, and now tried your Imperial Black Pumpin Ale, and the ALS Red IPL. Keep up the great work!

Ross Adrian,

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Lately Hop Notch is my favorite beer! It’s a good value for an IPA also.

Marshall Feasrer,

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Some of my favorite beer ever. Be sure to treat yourself to some Crooked Line brews.

Eric Halvorson,

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Mountain West Hard Cider

With an experienced cider master and a passion for locally-produced products, Mountain West Hard Cider crafts year-round, seasonal, and artisan hard ciders. Mountain West Hard Cider Company sources only the finest local ingredients from the Mountain West region to craft everyday, seasonal, and artisan award-winning hard apple ciders.

Hard cider is an anytime, anywhere, anybody kind of drink. Lighter than beer, crisp, and naturally gluten-free—hard cider is an everyday refreshment for active days and relaxing nights. Mountain West Hard Cider is a proud member of Utah’s Own and is available for sample and purchase at our package agency, bar, and manufacturing facility. Stop by today.

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  • MOUNTAIN WEST HARD CIDER
    425 N 400 W
    SALT LAKE CITY, UT

Reviews

I did the tasting, only to find that everything is great here.

Jason Allred,

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Mountain West Hard Cider is my new favorite cider! I did not expect to find it in the US, as most ciders here seems to be very sweet. But it was fantastic! The Ruby Hard Cider was the best of the best, at least I think so today. But I loved all of them.

Ragnhild Jonsson,

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Love this place and the amazing people who work there. Thanks for the endless epic memories!!

Daniel Riddle,

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