Squatters Pub Brewery, a Salt Lake City-based craft brewery, has returned to its original location on 300 South
Squatters Pub Brewery, a Salt Lake City-based craft brewery, has returned to its original location on 300 South after several years of operating in a different location. The brewery, which was founded in 1989, has renovated the space to include a new bar, seating areas, and a large outdoor patio.
The new location will allow Squatters to expand its brewing operations and offer a wider selection of beers to customers. In addition to its flagship beers, such as the Hop Rising IPA and the Polygamy Porter, the brewery will also offer seasonal and limited-edition beers, as well as a selection of pub-style food.
The return to the original location is a significant milestone for Squatters, which has become one of Utah's most popular craft breweries over the past few decades. The brewery has won numerous awards for its beers, and has been recognized for its commitment to sustainability and community engagement.
The reopening of the original location also reflects the growth and evolution of Utah's craft beer industry. In recent years, the state has seen a surge in the number of craft breweries and taprooms, as well as a growing appreciation for locally brewed beers.
Overall, Squatters' return to its original location is a welcome development for beer lovers and fans of the brewery. The renovated space, expanded brewing operations, and new menu offerings are sure to attract a diverse and enthusiastic crowd, and help cement Squatters' place as one of Utah's premier craft breweries.