Salt Lake’s Westside Breweries

On the other side of State Street, lies a utopia of brewpubs and taprooms. We’ll help you map out your next bar crawl of Salt Lake breweries.

  1. Bewilder Brewing — 445 S. 400 West
  2. Level Crossing Brewing — 550 S. 300 West #100
  3. Kiitos Brewing — 608 W. 700 South
  4. Fisher Brewing Co. — 320 W. 800 South
  5. Proper Brewing Co. — 857 S. Main St. 
  6. Templin Family Brewing — 936 S. 300 West
  7. HK Brewing Collective — 370 Aspen Ave.
  8. RoHa Brewing Project — 30 Kensington Ave. 
  9. Squatters and Wasatch Taproom and Beer Store — 1763 S. 300 West
  10. Grid City Beerworks — 333 W. 2100 South 
  11. Shades Brewing — 154 W. Utopia Ave. 
  12. SaltFire Brewing Co. — 2199 S. West Temple
  13. Chappell Brewing —2285 S. Main St. 

Westside Brewery Sampler

Grid City Beerworks 

Ever wonder what your favorite brew would taste like as a Nitro, or a Cask? The folks at Grid City have answers. Choose a brew from their ever-changing selection of in-house beers and customize which style you’d like, or try all three with one of their flights. Food is always a hit, the flatscreens inside always have a game on and the rooftop patio is pooch-friendly. | @gridcitybeer

Chappell Brewing 

Another newbie to the west side’s beer scene, Chappell Brewing is a friendly neighborhood joint serving craft brews and seasonal novelties. Check their socials to see which food truck will be visiting that day, and stop by on Sundays for live music. Oh, and they host beer-pong tournaments. College nostalgia, anyone? | @chappellbrewing

New Level Crossing Location

Level Crossing Brewing 

Level Crossing recently opened a brand new taproom inside the Post District, an up-and-coming mixed-use community that also houses chef-driven restaurant Urban Hill. Same crushable brews, different city-slicker vibe. Pull up a seat on the patio and indulge in a wood-fired pizza. | @levelcrossingbrewing

Wildcard H.K. Brewing Collective 

This women and queer-owned brewery specializes in bubbly, probiotic Kombucha fermented in-house. After getting their hands on a liquor license this spring, H.K Brewing has added an array of booch cocktails to their menu, like the Chef’s Kiss ’75 which uses local gin, lemon and rotating kombucha, pair it with an Empanada from Tina’s bakery or a selection of conservas. |@hkbrewingco

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Avrey Evans
Avrey Evans
Avrey Evans is the Digital and the Nightlife Editor of Salt Lake Magazine. She has been writing for city publications for six years and enjoys covering the faces and places of our salty city, especially when a boozy libation is concerned.

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