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Episode #43: Uinta Brewing Company – It All Comes Back To The Beer


Uinta Brewing Company opened their doors in 1993 with the sole focus on craft brewing – no pubs or bars, just outstanding beer. Salt Lake City wasn’t known as a brewing mecca, and previous breweries had all opened with a restaurant attached. To outsiders it seemed like co-founders Will Hamill and Dell Vance were taking a big risk. But they had an ace up their sleeve: they knew how to make really, really good beer.

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Episode 20: Sugar House Distillery – The craft distilling movement


In early 2014, James Fowler introduced Sugar House Distillery and became Utah’s very first “grain-to-glass” small-batch spirits distillery — where the entire production, from the raw ingredients all the way to the bottle, is done in-house using their own still. And it all happens in their warehouse in South Salt Lake that just so happens to be South Salt Lake’s first privately-owned liquor store since prohibition.

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Episode 19: Zest Kitchen & Bar – Healthy eating with Casey Staker


Zest Kitchen & Bar is a 3-year old restaurant in downtown Salt Lake City that was launched by Casey Staker in late 2012. It’s an organic, vegetarian, gluten-free restaurant with a fresh juice cocktail bar and they’re right on 275 S 200 W — across from Red Rock, right around the corner from Squatter’s and the convention center.

Zest is trendy, it’s upscale, and their food is lightweight and healthy. And at night, the cocktails flow — all fresh juice and ingredients but with a creative twist. Drinks like a jalepeño margarita, a ginger spice whiskey cocktail with a fresh apple slice, and a summer beet sangria.

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Episode 9: Spitz – All about the Döner Kebab & Mediterranean street food + a new Sugarhouse location!


After traveling all over Europe, Tanner Slizeski and Josh Hill weren’t struck by the art or by the architecture. It wasn’t the history, or any of the museums that kept Tanner and Josh up at night. It was the Mediterranean street food. Specifically, it was the döner kebab: the food cart staple made with beef and lamb cut off a marinated spit.

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Episode 8: Avenues Proper – Andrew Tendick & Liam Connelly talk craft beer, great patios, and good food.


Avenues Proper: A staple for those in the Avenues neighborhood… and a worthy destination for those who aren’t. Nestled up on 376 8th Ave, it’s quaint, it’s friendly, and they serve up great craft beer with an equally impressive food menu. And in our opinion, they’ve got one of the best patios around in the summertime.
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Episode 4: Squatters – Doug Hofeling, A history of Utah’s purveyor in craft brewing & eco-friendly food.


Today on The Utah Foodie, our host Chase Murdock talks with the man behind Squatters: COO and General Manager, Doug Hofeling.

Since quietly opening their doors on Broadway in 1989, Squatters has become a Utah staple in the restaurant and brewing scene. But when co-founders Peter Cole and Jeff Polychronis were getting started, their intentions were simple: they just wanted great beer, a friendly atmosphere, and a culture focused on quality, their community, and the environment.

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