Park City Brewing planning to open Kimball Junction taproom

PARK CITY, Utah — Park City Brewing, now under new ownership, is planning to open a Kimball Junction taproom in December, according to The Salt Lake Tribune.

They recently launched five new beers, which you can currently find at various places around town, including O.P. Rockwell, Chimayo, and Downstairs (map):

  • Gold Town – pale ale
  • Sneaker Tree – Indian pale ale
  • Siren’s Call – lager
  • Powder Buoy – pilsner
  • Silver Creekwater – amber lager

“Our goal is to create quality beer for locals, by the locals,” said Jeff Tito, President and Director of Operations of Park City Brewing.

“Involving the community in the development of our core and new beers allows us to celebrate our hometown and share the Park City experience with tourists through our beers and the stories they tell. We are constantly experimenting and pushing to deliver the best version of each beer and are looking forward to distributing new beers to the Utah market today and through our forthcoming brewery and taproom.”

The brewery closed its initial location in April of 2019 and moved to a new space alongside Shades Brewing in South Salt Lake.

The company plans to open a second location in Salt Lake in 2022. Their beers are currently being produced under a contract with Uinta Brewing in Salt Lake City.

Head brewer Mike Perine comes from Real Ale Brewing Co. outside of Austin, Texas.

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