Visit Salt Lake Brewery pass available online
Salt Lake City — Showcasing Salt Lake’s award-winning brewmasters, craft beers and the diverse lineup of pubs in which they are served, the Visit Salt Lake Brewery Pass allows beer lovers and drinkers to conveniently savor and save on beer, food, and merchandise at more than a dozen of Salt Lake’s most popular breweries and brewpubs.
Loved by local beer aficionados yet unbeknownst to most first-time visitors, the capital of “Brewtah” is home to a vibrant and ever-growing brewpub scene, one that pairs nicely with the area’s range of cultural attractions, live summer concerts and epic hiking and mountain biking. The Salt Lake Brewery Pass<https://www.visitsaltlake.com/things-to-do/tours-experiences/salt-lake-brewery-tour/#venues> introduces beer lovers and drinkers to the area’s award-winning craft ales, lagers, porters and ciders at 14* of Salt Lake’s top breweries and brewpubs by offering a $5 credit toward the purchase food, beverage or merchandise at each of the participating breweries.
“The Salt Lake Brewery Pass is the perfect choice for visitors and residents alike, those who may have family or friends in town or simply people who want to explore Salt Lake’s award-winning craft brewing options,” said Kaitlin Eskelson, president & CEO of Visit Salt Lake. “The Brewery Pass is a fun way to explore Salt Lake’s suds and the different neighborhoods where they’re brewed.”
Participating breweries include Bewilder Brewing Co.<https://bewilderbrewing.com/>, Desert Edge Brewery<https://desertedgebrewery.com/>, Fisher Brewing Company<http://www.fisherbeer.com/>, Kiitos Brewing<https://kiitosbrewing.com/>, Level Crossing Brewing Company<https://levelcrossingbrewing.com/>, Mountain West Cider<https://mountainwestcider.com/#seven-mile>, Proper Brewing Co.<http://www.properbrewingco.com/>, Red Rock Brewing Co.<https://redrockbrewing.com/>, RoHa Brewing Project<https://rohabrewing.com/>, SaltFire Brewing Co.<https://www.saltfirebrewing.com/>, Shades Brewing<https://www.shadesbrewing.beer/>, Squatters Pub<https://www.squatters.com/>, Toasted Barrel Brewery<https://www.toastedbarrelbrewery.com/>, and West Side Tavern (Squatters<https://www.squatters.com/> & Wasatch Beers<https://wasatchbeers.com/our-beers/>).
*The list of participating breweries and brewpubs is constantly growing and evolving, as does Salt Lake’s vibrant brewing culture.
Ranging in price from just $20-$40, the Brewery Pass is a great value, giving passholders a $5 credit toward the purchase of food, beverage or merchandise at each of the dozen-plus locations. The Brewery Pass is available in one-, three- and 90-day options, the last of which is ideal for those who want a few months to explore and sample Salt Lake’s top breweries.
Good at more than a dozen Salt Lake breweries and brewpubs, a one-day Brewery Pass is $20 and is valid for 24 hours after its first use; the three-day Pass is $30 and valid for 72 hours after first use; and the 90-Day Pass is $40 and valid for 90 days after the first use. All passes must be activated within 180 days of purchase. Passes can be purchased at Visit Salt Lake<https://connectpass.visitsaltlake.com/checkout/162/visit-salt-lake/1275/salt-lake-brewery-tour-pass> and are then downloaded to purchaser’s mobile device. Passholders must be 21 years old to consume alcoholic beverages.
Visit Salt Lake is a private, non-profit corporation responsible for the promotion of Salt Lake as a convention and travel destination. In partnership with Salt Lake County, Visit Salt Lake improves the area economy by attracting and providing support to conventions, leisure travelers, and visitors with a strong commitment to sustainability and stewardship of the area’s natural environment. Through its sales and marketing programs, Visit Salt Lake’s impact on Salt Lake’s annual $4.5 billion visitor economy equates to $1,166 in tax relief for each household within Salt Lake County. For more information on all that Salt Lake has to offer, go to www.VisitSaltLake.com<http://www.visitsaltlake.com/visit/>.